ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

EVENT: CHALK URBAN ART FESTIVAL

PREVIEW BY LACHLAN JOBBINS From Thursday 3rd to Sunday 7th of September, Darling Harbour is the venue for the fourth annual Chalk Urban Art Festival… Read more

DANCE: CINDERELLA ON ICE

REVIEW BY SUNDAY FRANCIS-REISS   Although the classic tale gets modernised and is performed by a troupe of former athletes, not a drop of Cinderella’s magic … Read more

OPERA: ORLANDO

REVIEW BY IRINA DUNN What a stunning new production of Handel’s Orlando this is, with an extraordinary set, wonderful lighting, beautiful costumes and best of … Read more

PERFORMANCE ART FESTIVAL: LIVEWORKS

BY AMELIA GROOM Comprising 24 events and 120 local and international artists, Performance Space is presenting LiveWorks, a 10-day program of intimate performance events. … Read more

WALL·E

A lone waste-collecting robot from a future Earth devoid of human life becomes enamoured with a mysterious robot sent to investigate the planet’s surface, inadvertently … Read more

COMEDY: BILL BAILEY

BY SUNDAT FRANCIS-REISS   Too short to be a wizard and too tall to be a gremlin, when you look like Bill Bailey, you might as … Read more

DANCE: SARA BARAS

PREVIEW BY AMELIA GROOM Sara Baras is not only almost undisputedly hailed as Spain’s queen of flamenco, as head of her company she also directs … Read more

Comatone & Foley – Trigger Happy

Trigger Happy – Comatone & Foley   by Aidan Roberts   Trigger Happy is an appropriate title for this release from producers / composers Comatone & Foley, … Read more

Joel Sarakula – Feels Like The First Time

Feels Like The First Time – Joel Sarakula   by Aidan Roberts   If ever Sydney has boasted a piano man with a bread-jar on the bar, … Read more

Ed Kuepper – Ed Kuepper Live

Ed Kuepper Live – Ed Kuepper By Chris Peken The Ed-Man cometh. The Godfather of Australian punk, the doyen of Independence, the master and the … Read more