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Sydney’s Theatre Royal Reopening In December

BY ASTON BROWN Sydney’s iconic Theatre Royal grand re-opening is only weeks away as it confirms its opening season with two critically acclaimed Broadway musicals - Jagged Little Pill and Girl From The North Country. Operators of the theatre, Trafalgar Entertainment group, are excited to be welcoming back ticket holders on December 2. “We are […]

UNHEARD: The Amazon Prime Series challenging our internal racism 

BY LUCINDA GARBUTT-YOUNG Last year, when Australians took to the streets in their thousands to demand better coverage of racial injustice, Shahn Devendran and his team at LADBible asked a simple question; “Why do most Australians know who George Floyd is, but not that many know the names David Dungay Junior or TJ Hickey?” LADBible […]

Everybody Hates Me a quick quirky treat

By Linc Jenkin Everybody Hates Me is the third offering from Sydney based filmmaking collective, Paper Studios and the lessons they’ve picked up from each adventure previously are clearly being heeded with this snappy comedy being their most polished effort yet! This brand new original comedy web series from Kiwi/American writer/director duo, Louis Moore and […]

A poem by Inner West writer Mark Mordue – #boysarepoeticbeings

I believe in the beauty of boys, their grace, their poetry, their bicycles, their secret worlds in lanes and back streets, the rush of their lives beneath trees and on concrete, their scraped knees, their chipped skateboards, their prayers and their lies, I believe in their shouts c’mon to one another, cursed graffiti in the […]

Jacques Cousteau’s life detailed in beautiful documentary

By Jarrod Wolfhunter Becoming Cousteau is the beautiful documentary that follows the incredible life of legendary French ocean polymath and adventurer, Jacques Cousteau. Cousteau pioneered oceanography and captivated the world with his ground-breaking films and TV series that gave an entire generation a front seat to a never-before-seen, under-the-sea kingdom. Becoming Cousteau was created by […]

Wherever She Wanders back on stage

By Tessa Pelle Griffin Theatre Company will return to the stage with Wherever She Wanders from Nov 5 until Dec 11. Written by award-winning playwright Kendall Feaver the play follows an aspiring student journalist, Nikki, who is on a collision course with Jo Mulligan, the first female Master of one of the country’s oldest residential colleges. When a serious allegation […]

Dominic Breen finds power in admitting vulnerability on debut album

BY TESSA PELLE Achingly tender and raw, Dominic Breen’s debut album Blue Volume is a cinematic experience that tells of mid 20’s angst, love and heartbreak. Written before the global pandemic had begun, Blue Volume encapsulates universal feelings of isolation and connectedness amongst the uncertainty of young adulthood. “It is kind of weird now that COVID […]

Rude waiters bad table service, Karen’s Diner is definitely memorable

BY KATELYN MILLIGAN It’s everything a restaurant shouldn’t be, with rude waiters and terrible table service – Karen’s Diner is sure to be a memorable experience. Enjoy the tongue-in-cheek style restaurant where diners will be served by angry Karens in Sydney’s latest experience launching on October 30 in World Square. Viral Ventures is the company […]

Sydney artist Florian prepares for “unapologetic pop” shows

BY ASTON BROWN Sydney’s Synth pop artist Florian has released her latest track Seventeen as she waits eagerly to perform live once again. Seventeen is the third instalment in Florian’s latest EP following Yours And Mine and Patrick Swayze that were realised earlier this year, each featuring a nostalgic and refreshing hit of 70s & […]

Waterloo Sunset

By Mark Mordue I’m sitting here watching the world slide by. Tower blocks loom. It’s a beautiful day. A few kids on skateboards and scooters grind across Waterloo Fernside Skatepark in Sydney. There’s not much history to the place that I can find. Just what can be glimpsed on YouTube videos, or is writ on […]