ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

THEATRE: THE LONESOME WEST

“You could be in China and relate to it,” says Peter Carstairs of his production, The Lonesome West. The third in the Leeane trilogy … Read more

TALKS: BERNHARD SCHLINK – GUILT ABOUT THE PAST

Internationally bestselling author of The Reader, Bernhard Schlink, is in town this month to talk about his collection of essays Guilt About the Past… Read more

ULTIMO SCIENCE FESTIVAL

“Interesting things with a scientific bent,” is how curator Derek Williamson describes the upcoming Ultimo Science Festival at the Powerhouse Museum. From crochet coral reefs … Read more

DANCE: EVA YERBABUENA

BY SCOTT WINTER For those who didn’t get to experience the histrionic flamboyance of Noche Flamenca, you’ll be excited to know that Sydney’s next … Read more

EXHIBITION: WOODSTOCK

There’s been a lot of hoopla about reaching the 40-year milepost of the moon landing. Small step, giant leap, yadda yadda. But there’s another cultural … Read more

SHELLEY HARLAND – RED LEAF

What part does “place” play in music? That is the location of the writing, playing and recording. A significant one according to Shelley Harland. Harland … Read more

SYDNEY DESIGN 09

Cardboard chairs. Collaborative comic making. A toilet doily (the building, not the bum-seat). High-end sustainable solutions. Bespoke boots. Planet-saving graphics. The 13th Sydney Design … Read more

EXHIBITION: LOUISE BUFARDECI & ZON ITO

In titles alone, the pieces from this ‘international pairing’ exhibition travel through similar thematic tributaries. There’s Louisa Bufardeci’s Australia & Japan (literal!) and Ground Plan… Read more

THEATRE: SATURN’S RETURN

Named after an astrological period of upheaval that strikes on the cusp of one’s 30s, Tommy Murphy’s Saturn’s Return aims to examine notions of love, … Read more

COMEDY: HALE & PACE

All your favourites will be there. Ron and Ron, Jed and Dave, Billy and Johnny … oh, and Hale and Pace, of course. These stalwarts … Read more