When Helen Reddy released the powerhouse anthem, I Am Woman in 1971, it became a war cry for the feminist movement and positive affirmation for … Read more
When you buy a ticket to a Christina Bianco show, you get dozens of celebrities for the price of one. She is a Youtube and … Read more
David Williamson’s quintessential Australian drama, The Club, is set in the 1970s in the blokey world of a debilitated Australian Rules football club. With … Read more
Would you donate your body to science?
Dr. Gunther von Hagens’ Body Worlds Vital is life changing, says curator Dr Angelina Whalley.
“When you walk … Read more
A woman is walking through snow dressed in a black singlet and pants, screaming, falling, her arms leaving pinkish stains in the snow as they … Read more
Nothing to forgive here. It’s a witty, intuitive script with even-handed direction from Marielle Heller and a story that is unexpectedly compelling. Set in New … Read more
Back for their annual, one-night-only performance at the Enmore Theatre, Giant Dwarf’s The Bear Pack are set to take their audience on an improvisational journey … Read more
“The only thing you can expect is that it’s going to be funny,” says Gretel Killeen, host of the upcoming all-female comedy show, Girls Night … Read more
New Breed is returning for its fifth instalment. Co-presented by Sydney Dance Company and Carriageworks with support of The Balnaves Foundation, New Breed 2018 showcases … Read more
Performed as an opera for the first time since the 1740s, Hasse’s Artaserse will hit Sydney’s City Recital Hall today for a week of stunning … Read more