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Verdi’s Requiem from Opera Australia

There are three spectacular elements that led to an emotionally intense operatic masterpiece on a Sydney winter night- The Opera House, Opera Australia, and Giuseppe Verdi’s Requiem (10-11th August 2017). I arrived at The Opera House and found my seat,…

glebe markets

Sydney’s Best Vintage Markets

It’s no lie that Sydney is key to some of the best markets around but just like Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, most of us Sydneysiders only have 20 dollars in our pockets to spend, after of course we pay rent…

The Plant at Ensemble Theatre

The opening night of The Plant at Ensemble Theatre started with a simple premise, three years on after the sudden death of a father. Sue (played by Sandy Gore) is the mother of three and widowed. With her children now all…

Barangaroo breakfast #yoga: Sumo launch

It was with much excitement, and a little instagram-based inspiration, that my friend and I jumped at the chance to attend the launch of the new Sumo Barangaroo store hosted by #fitso superstar Pia Muehlenbeck on 16 February. Going into…

CHEERS TO EQUALITY

SKYY Vodka For Marriage Equality — I’ll drink to that

The autumnal skies of the day cleared, allowing a balmy evening to provide the backdrop for SKYY Vodka’s Cheers To Equality event. The Flinders Hotel, whether by chance or design, has the bar set as an island surrounded by floor…

‘Relatively Speaking’ takes you back to the ’60s

The Glen Street Theatre lifted its curtain on Tuesday to present the play ‘Relatively Speaking’ from the 1960s. ‘Relatively Speaking’ is a cleverly written play that follows the humour of today’s Sitcoms. The play is all about misunderstandings, when the…

Untamed – SDC

Last night Sydney Dance Company premiered their latest program, Untamed, to a packed-to-the-rafters Roslyn Packer Theatre, which at the close, spontaneously combusted in applause and standing ovation. The first half of the program sees the return of Wildebeest, a piece…

Royal Stacks brings great burgers to Sydney

The first thing that hits me as I get near Royal Stacks is the neon ‘Burgers’ sign inside. As I walk in, the décor seems like a mish-mash of neon 50s American diners and the cleaner, white-and-coffee colour scheme of…