Category: culture

Jess Matt Madame Tussaud's

Celebrate the Lunar New Year at Madame Tussauds

To celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year, Madame Tussauds pulled out all the stops for an event featuring live music from Jess and Matt amidst the waxworks. Not familiar with Madame Tussauds? Located in Darling Harbour right next to the…

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…

Strangers in Between Seymour Centre

‘Strangers in Between’ at Seymour Centre

To launch their 2018 season and Mardi Gras at Seymour, Seymour Centre kicks off with Strangers in Between, from the playwright of the award-winning Holding the Man. I was extremely thrilled to see Tommy Murphy’s latest play and to step into…

Joan Seymour Centre

‘Joan’ at Seymour Centre

Unexpected, moved and touched… you’ll be left shaken for Joan. Entering the sound lounge at Seymour Centre, Milk Presents in association with Derby Theatre brings this refreshing retelling of Joan of Arc. The intimate setup was giving me a ‘Bible…

Review of Carmen – A John Bell / Opera Australia Collaboration

Opera Australia’s sophisticated and yet accessible production of Carmen has something for everyone. Opera aficionados who feel they have seen it all will enjoy and appreciate the insightful and adroit directorship of theatre legend John Bell. Opera novices will be…

Bellbird Dining + Bar: Fine dining from garden to plate

Nestled along the banks of the Georges River, the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (CPAC) is a beautifully repurposed power station housing six galleries, a 321 seat multi-purpose theatre, artist workshops and residency spaces. It is also home to Bellbird Dining…

Burlesko Bizarro

‘Burlesko Bizarro’ at Casula Powerhouse

To launch their 2018 season, Burlesko Bizarro at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre offered a night of debauchery and seduction. Gird your loins, eyes, ears and voice boxes because you’ll need a chair for this one… Going to my very…

‘The Merry Widow’ with Opera Australia

The Sydney Opera House’s Joan Sutherland Theatre has finally reopened, after undergoing the most significant renovations since the Opera House opened in 1973. After nine months of homelessness, Opera Australia has opened the year in their shiny new home with…