ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

THEATRE: LOVE ME TENDER

Pure love and sacrifice; two very rich and compelling ideas brought to life in Tom Holloway’s Love Me Tender, directed by Matt Lutton. Inspired … Read more

EXHIBITION: CARRIAGEartWORKS

As we prepare ourselves to bid a melancholy farewell to Art Month Sydney, afficionados out there will once more turn their gazes to Carriageworks, where … Read more

THE BREAK – CHURCH OF THE OPEN SKY

Surf music is a sub-culture unto itself – and one that will rarely be taken seriously by the public at large. But with this project, … Read more

OPERA: BLISS

Opera Australia’s much anticipated new work Bliss, based on the Peter Carey novel, premiered at the Opera House on March 12. The opera, in … Read more

MAGNETIC FIELDS – REALISM

Oh Stephen Merritt we do love you so. Even when you digress – 2008’s Distortion – you are never less then challenging. And while Merritt’s … Read more

JASON ISBELL THE 400 UNIT – JASON ISBELL THE 400 UNIT

Jason Isbell is a breakaway from that exuberant country-rock extravaganza that is The Drive-By Truckers.  As much as the country scene is saturated with either … Read more

AN HORSE – REARRANGE BEDS

Having reached the thumbs up from the US including appearances on David Letterman and touring with indie giants like Death Cab For Cutie, Tegan and … Read more

MOVIE: THE BOUNTY HUNTER

The Bounty Hunter is an action-comedy-caper the likes of which have not been seen since the 1980s. Indeed, the film takes its cues from genre … Read more

THEATRE: THE SUICIDE

“Life is beautiful, life is shit …” with nothing but vomit and sausages in between. So goes the metronomic dilemmas of the unemployed and useless … Read more

THEATRE: STORIES FROM THE 428

What do you get out of sitting on the bus? Is it drab and dull or do you indulge in fantasies? Stories from the 428… Read more