ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

SOUND OF MUSIC SING-A-LONG

“It’s unusual for us in a modern-day world to get together and have a sing-a-long … there is something very powerful for a community to … Read more

JOHN WATERS’ THIS FILTHY WORLD

The King of Camp Cult. The Pope of Trash. The Mustachioed Maestro of Low-brow. Responsible for such masterpieces as Cry-Baby, Serial Mom, Cecil B. Demented,… Read more

COMEDY: GODZONE

Max Gillies is one our most recognisable actors, which is really quite a paradox for a man that’s famous for his ability to become unrecognisable. … Read more

THEATRE: ORESTES 2.0

Orestes 2.0 arrives in the wake of Julius Caesar, the hugely successful debut show by Cry Havoc, one of Sydney’s newest and most exciting … Read more

THEATRE: THE PUNCH AND JUDY SHOW

Charles Dickens once described The Punch and Judy Show as an extravagant relief from reality and as the Tamarama Rock Surfers first production of 2010, … Read more

CASABLANCA NIGHTS

The sophisticated jazz clubs of old are all but wiped-out in Sydney, locals having to rely upon their own devices to get their fix – … Read more

MARDI GRAS DUO AT THE SEYMOUR CENTRE

THRILL ME THE LEOPOLD AND LOEB STORY Charged with obsession, love and compulsive urges, Stephen Dolginoff’s masterful musical Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb Story… Read more

BASTILA – BASTILA

I have generally thought self-titled albums a sign of laziness, that or over-inflated ego/insecurity that one needs to announce one’s self twice. That the band … Read more

EDDY CURRENT SUPPRESSION RING – RUSH TO RELAX

Never mind punk history; the essence of Eddy Current is a stupefying night at the pub. 2008’s critically-acclaimed-smash-hit-breakout record Primary Colours focused this essence into … Read more

TUBELORD – OUR FIRST AMERICAN FRIENDS

Tubelord hail from Kingston upon Thames; generically, they’re part of a minor movement in contemporary post-hardcore, ‘math pop’, combining the unpredictable tempo changes, powerful poly-rhythms … Read more