Category: culture

Sydney Comedy Festival: Rhys Nicholson – Seminal

If you like your comedy quick, sharp and sassy then you would be hard pressed to find anything better than Rhys Nicholson’s new show Seminal. Rhys has been gaining popularity on the circuit for a few years now. He stands…

Matt Okine

2018 Sydney Comedy Festival : Matt Okine – The Hat Game

Matt Okine – The Hat Game at 2018 Sydney Comedy Festival has been hugely anticipated. And how could it not be? The former Triple J presenter’s name is synonymous with entertainment and a great sense of humour. Anything he puts…

Immersive theatre with Deadhouse – Tales of Sydney Morgue

‘Deadhouse – Tales of Sydney Morgue’ tells some of Sydney’s darkest and most notorious stories, brought to life by immersive theatre. The first show of season, ‘The Leonard Lawson Case – Portrait of an Artist as a Criminal’, tells the twisted,…

Deadhouse: Tales from Sydney Morgue – A Poison Crown

The ghosts of Sydney murders past are haunting The Rocks Discovery Museum for Deadhouse: Tales from Sydney Morgue. Beckoned inside the museum and gathered around the shrouded figure on the table (don’t worry, we’re assured in a whisper, it’s not…

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…

Lá Bohème on Sydney Harbour Review

Opera Australia’s Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour brings us another sensational spectacle this year with La Bohème. For anyone who has not yet been acquainted with the wonderful world of opera, this production of Puccini’s La Bohème would serve as the perfect introduction. There is…

Don Quichotte Opera Australia Review

Massenet’s Don Quichotte premiered in Sydney last Friday, March 16. It had neither been performed by Opera Australia since the company was founded in 1956, nor performed in Sydney Opera House since the venue opened in 1973. This was for Australian…

Miss Behave Game Show at Sydney Opera House

Front centre stage, at the Sydney Opera House, is the Miss Behave Game Show. This might be the most fun and entertaining show you’ll see this year. It is unmissable — and quite frankly you’d be doing yourself an injustice…