Category: culture

‘A View from the Bridge’ at the Old Fitz

Redline Productions presents the play A View from the Bridge at the charming Old Fitz Theatre. The play is set in the 1950s and follows the story of the main character, Eddie Carbone. Upon entering the theater, it was noticeable…

Sydney Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras launches their 40th anniversary celebration

It’s official: the 40th anniversary of Sydney’s Mardi Gras is going to be the biggest and best yet. To launch the bonanza coming our way in March 2018, Mardi Gras organisers hosted an evening of spectacular entertainment at the Sydney…

The Merchant of Venice Review

The Merchant of Venice is perhaps the most infamously difficult of Shakespeare’s plays to stage for a modern audience. There is the jarring competition of various plot strands with massively shifting moods, from comedy, to romance to tense drama. There…

Farewelling Madama Butterfly

The most popular opera of all time, Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, has hit the Capitol Theatre for its  final season. Madama Butterfly is an exquisitely beautiful tragedy set in the early 1900s. The story follows Pinkerton, an American naval captain who…

Five Best Dog-Friendly Places in Sydney

There’s nothing like puppy love! It can be extremely sad to say goodbye to your dog when you leave the house, so why not take them out and about with you? Have a pawsome time with your furry bestie with…

Underbelly Arts Festival

Underbelly Arts Festival— wander, for the weekend, through the gravel pathways and historic buildings of the National Art School and explore the projects on display. Spanning a range of mediums, including installations, performances, workshops, and talks, the festival is a…

Tiny Tokyo at ivy Pool Club

The taste of Tokyo is heading to Sydney throughout the month of October, with the buzz of Japan’s capital coming to life at ivy Pool Club. We were invited to the launch of Tiny Tokyo and greeted on the street…

make nice

Nice as F***- Make Nice Un-Conference for Creative Women

Make Nice Un-Conference was like opening a string of emoji-packed texts and baby animal themed GIFS that my best friend has sent me after an existential crisis, to remind me that I am (a) not alone, (b) worthy and (c)…

October’s Best Events in Sydney

Good Food Month “Good Food Month is a national food event that celebrates all things food and drink, in partnership with Australia’s best restaurants, food businesses and world-class chefs.” 1 OCT: SEADECK Long Weekend “Finish your long weekend in style…

Seven Daytime Activities to Enjoy in Sydney This Spring

Now that Spring has sprung and the weather is warming up, there’s so much more motivation to get out and about in good ol’ Sydney town. Here are seven daytime activities to make the most of those precious days off…