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Review of Don Giovanni

Don Giovanni is back in black. Legendary Scottish Director Sir David McVicar’s shifts the action of Mozart’s masterpiece of of sexual morality into the Gothic period, thus celebrating the supernatural aspects of the story, heightening the emotional conflicts of the…

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Jeremy Dutcher at Sydney Festival 2020: timeless transcendence

My favourite part of the Sydney Festival is discovering the new artists that are part of the diverse lineup, but nothing could have prepared me for Jeremy Dutcher. Canadian Indigenous composer and musician Jeremy Dutcher delivered one of the standout shows…

Time Out Bar Awards 2019

Time Out Sydney’s 12th Annual Bar Awards

Helping Sydney-siders truly kick off the festive season and with the long-awaited revoking of CBD’s lock-out laws, there was no better way to celebrate than to attend Time Out’s 12th annual Sydney Bar Awards, held at the PowerHouse Museum. Dressed…

The Winery Surry Hills winter glamping

Winter glamping popup at The Winery

Wintertime brings with it longer nights, but also amazing things like mulled wine and (finally) being able to wear your winter wardrobe. Now, to add to the wonderful seasonal experience, The Winery is hosting a winter bohemian glamping experience. From now…

Reece Boyall - Unexpected Times of Learning

Sydney Comedy Festival – Reece Boyall

Reece Boyall’s sold out first performance of Unexpected Times of Learning at this year’s Sydney Comedy Festival, has to be one of my favourites by a newcomer. He may be new to the Sydney comedy scene but his stage presence, quality timing and…

Sydney Comedy Festival; Ross Noble, Humournoid

Stand-up comics take heed, if you want your audience to show up on time, take a step out of Ross Noble’s book. Fans of his know that latecomers to the show risk being picked on and having the whole show centered around…

Sydney Comedy Festival 2019: The Game is Afoot

In my experience, improv can go really well or, not so well. And so when, on a whim, I decided to go and see The Game is Afoot! An Improvised Sherlock Holmes Mystery, I tried to keep my expectations in…

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10 Wines for under $10 – just in time for winter

Winter is coming, and with the longer nights means more opportunities to drink at home with loved ones or friends. The Plus Ones were invited to our second wine extravaganza hosted by Andrew Caillard, one of the few Masters of…

The Plus Ones’ Guide to Sydney Biennale

See the best of contemporary art at the Biennale of Sydney with our Plus Ones’ Guide. There are 70 artists from 35 countries, exhibited across 7 venues. All artworks, except for two, are free to see. In lieu of a print catalog, the Biennale is providing…

Top Sydney Events in Autumn

2 Mar: Twilight Food Fair Enjoy the long summer evenings at the annual Twilight Food Fair. It’s a great way to end the week with delicious hot food and live entertainment! 3 Mar: Mardi Gras With 40 incredible years of…