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La Boheme and The Magic Flute: A Perfect Place to Start

For anyone who has not yet been acquainted with the fabulous world of opera, there are currently two Opera Australia productions showing at the Sydney Opera House which would serve as the perfect introduction: Puccini’s La Boheme and Mozart’s The…

New Breed: The Future of Australian Dance

In an era in which performing arts venues and companies are closing down at a rate of knots due to lack of funding, it is comforting to see that some patrons are investing in the future of Australian theatre and…

In the Heart of the Sea Review

An all around lacking piece of drama Based Nathaniel Philbrick’s novel of the same name in 2000, the newly produced film helmed by Ron Howard tells the story of the whaleship Essex, starring the likes of Chris Hemsworth and Cillian…

Fairgrounds Festival rocks Berry

Summer finally arrived in New South Wales, just in time for the Fairgrounds Festival held in South Coast’s Berry on Saturday 5th December, only a two-hour journey from Sydney. Fairgrounds is different to other music festivals as organisers had curated a day of family…

So You Think You Can Dance?

Check This Out. What a joy and a privilege it is to bask in the glorious artistry and elite athleticism that is The Australian Ballet! Despite feeling inadequate in the comparatively meagre portion of talent I have been granted by…

Polly do Eurotrash

The dancefloor was full when DJ Jimmy Dee turned up the music to start to latest Polly’s dance and show at Marrickville Town Hall. The crowd of about 500 were amazed as the Polly’s girls presented “Eurotrash”. Host for the…

Undress Runway Sydney

I found myself sitting on a designer cardboard chair on top of a parking spot in a carpark in Double Bay. Not my average Saturday night I might say, but a very unique and special one. Looking at a runway…

La Renaissance Relais Desserts Celebration

For those who are unfamiliar with the history of the Rocks, it is an area which has been enriched with Australian history— from centuries old pavements to antique styled boutiques and once walked upon by the the first European settlers…

Crimson Peak Review

A tale of tasteful brutality and perplexing romance. Those that are familiar with Guillermo del Toro’s work will inevitably know him as a master of fantasy, monsters and production design. Most notably he directed the Oscar-winning-feature Pan’s Labyrinth, an extraordinary…

Oz Comic-Con 2015

“That man is playing Galaga! Thought we wouldn’t notice, but we did.” That’s what Tony Stark said. Clearly not referring to the Oz Comic-Con. But he could have say that last weekend in Rozelle. Well, the authentic one or one of…