DON GIOVANNI

The buffed and barely clad Kiwi baritone, Teddy Tahu Rhodes makes a perfect Don Giovanni. Mozart’s infamous seducer is brought to life in Opera Australia’s … Read more

LAKMÉ

Emma Matthews cements her international reputation as one of Australia’s best sopranos in the leading role of Opera Australia’s Lakmé. As the beguiling Brahmin … Read more

Sixteen Years of Printing the News and Raising Hell

Sixteen years ago this week, the first edition of the City Hub hit the street. Since August 21, 1995 our aim has been “to print … Read more

OF MICE AND MEN

More known for directing movies, Bruce Beresford’s production of Opera Australia’s Of Mice and Men is truly cinematic. It’s not hard to understand Beresford’s attraction … Read more

LA BOHEME

Gale Edward’s much heralded production of La Boheme is a perfect winter’s tale. Opening in a freezing artist’s garret, the bundled singers who were huddled … Read more

CAPRICCIO

Capriccio was Richard Strauss’ final opera, written during composer’s ‘Indian summer’ when he was 78-years-old and was first performed in 1942 in Munich during World … Read more

Bringing Back the Golden Mile’s Bling

Last week Lord Mayor Clover Moore refused a request to meet with local business leaders to discuss revitalising the Oxford Street economy. Seven years into … Read more

Marching Down the Aisle with a Placard in their Hands

This Saturday, gay rights activists will rally outside Sydney Town Hall to demand the recognition of same sex marriages in Australia. The rally will take … Read more

Moore or Less

Amidst all the excitement following the execution of the arrogant, self serving and reprehensibly inept State Labor government, Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore’s own nail … Read more

Death of an Advertising Salesman

This week, Rupert Murdoch quietly shuttered yet another local publication in Inner Sydney.  On March 14th, Nine to Five joined a fast growing … Read more