ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

THEATRE: THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE

Oh, how we love a black comedy hailing from the Emerald Isle. The Beauty Queen of Leenane is part of Martin McDonagh’s Leenane trilogy; The … Read more

GIVEAWAY: THE VINTNER’S LUCK

This new release now screening at Dendy Opera Quays was loosely based on a 2000 novel by New Zealand author Elizabeth Knox. By all accounts, … Read more

MOVIE: THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS

Walking through walls, using sparkly eyes technique to confuse your enemy and killing goats by simply starring at them are just some of the psychic … Read more

MOVIE: THE VINTNER’S LUCK

Warning: This movie contains angels. And if you’re not a wine fan, best avoid it with the other heathens. Based loosely on the novel by … Read more

WAVE MACHINES – WAVE IF YOU’RE REALLY THERE

Wave If You’re Really There is a bit of an indie hodgepodge. I found myself confused as to whether Wave Machines (UK) are a guitar … Read more

PERFORMANCE: DOWNTOWN

Inspiration can come from strange places. Just ask performance artist Rosie Dennis, whose new work Downtown opens at Performance Space next Monday.  “In 2007 I … Read more

JON ALLEN – DEAD MAN’S SUIT

Englishman Jon Allen would have you sit down with a stiff whiskey, and listen well to his tales of hard luck, women, money and death. … Read more

JEREMY ROSE – CHIBA

Jeremy Rose is one of those curiously old-fashioned jazz players – his wheezing alto sax recalls the boisterous musical brews of Coltrane and Hancock, while … Read more

21ST ALLIANCE FRANCAIS FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL

Twenty-first birthdays in Australia normally conjure visions of beer-soaked depravity and over-sized keys. I’ve even been to one at which a hired French maid stripped … Read more

HEAD ON PORTRAIT PRIZE CALL FOR ENTRIES

Sydney is a city bewitched by faces; its own showy facade of architectural icons like the grinning Harbour Bridge and pearly Opera House, while the … Read more