ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

MUSICAL: HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH

Hedwig and her angry inch are back for three shows only at the Metro Theatre this month. The playful and subversive off-Broadway production, with music … Read more

THEATRE: LANDS END

REVIEW BY AMELIA GROOM People turn into other people, vanish into the solid floor, appear out of a suitcase, float in billowing bubbles, dance with … Read more

Risky Lunar Love

PREVIEW BY SUNDAY FRANCIS-REISS     It’s sexy, it’s tiki, it’s sci-fi. New musical comedy Risky Lunar Love has been described as something akin to the Rocky … Read more

THE TENDER HOOK

Set in a stylised 1920s Sydney ‘ the ‘Jazz age’ ‘ a young woman finds herself in a love triangle with her English crimeboss lover … Read more

BONNEVILLE

Three women from Idaho take a road trip across the United States to deliver the ashes of one of their dead husbands to his daughter. … Read more

UNCOVERING THE MU MESON ARCHIVES

Up a steel staircase at the back of King Furniture on Parramatta road, a little place known as Mu Meson Archives is salvaging obscure films … Read more

Carla Bruni – Comme Si de Rien N’Etait (As If Nothing Had Happened)

Comme Si de Rien N’Etait (As If Nothing Had Happened) – Carla Bruni By Chris Peken i am thinking of submitting the following to the … Read more

Beck – Modern Guilt

Modern Guilt – Beck By Aidan Roberts We’ve been waiting a little while now for the next incarnation of Beck, the ingenius creator of skewy … Read more

Stephen Cummings – Happiest Man Alive

Happiest Man Alive – Stephen Cummings By Chris Peken An artist that moves you, writing songs about the artists that move him. Raymond Chandler, Henry … Read more

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