Movies or beach? Open Air Cinemas in Bondi has got both!

American Express Openair Cinemas are no strangers to some of Sydney’s best summer evenings. We are excited that they are returning to Bondi Pavilion from 6 February to 15 March 2020 with a packed schedule of screenings under the stars. As…

Organic Wine Showcase with Cellarmasters

Organic, biodynamic, preservative-free, and vegan-friendly wines are growing massively in the Australian wine market. To cut through the buzzwords and educate consumers, Cellarmasters hosted a special wine tasting. Hosted by Cellar Director and Wine Educator Christine Ricketts, the exclusive media event took…

The Glenturret Burns Night Supper Sydney Opera House

The Glenturret Burns Night Supper at the Sydney Opera House

If you’re Scottish or know anyone Scottish, you’re probably familiar with Burns Night. If not: it’s held annually on January 25th, where, for the past 150+ years, people gather to celebrate Scotland’s national poet Robert Burns. It’s a traditional night…

Bondi Shoe Club

The shoe you need from The Bondi Shoe Club

Who knew shoes could be colourful, comfortable and vegan? The Bondi Shoe club has created a range that is vegan certified, with no animal products used. Their casual and fun prints are made for the Australian summer with vibrant prints…

Flying Lotus Soars to New Heights at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre

The incredibly talented and effervescent Flying Lotus brought his live 3D show to Sydney’s Enmore Theatre over the weekend. Born in Los Angeles, California as Steven Ellison and raised alongside a plethora of talented musicians, he said that the Flying…

Review of Don Giovanni

Don Giovanni is back in black. Legendary Scottish Director Sir David McVicar’s shifts the action of Mozart’s masterpiece of of sexual morality into the Gothic period, thus celebrating the supernatural aspects of the story, heightening the emotional conflicts of the…

David Williamson’s Family Values Review

In his new and supposedly last play, Family Values, David Williamson is his classic self – angry, controversial and very, very funny. As he has done for the last 50 years, Williamson once again “puts his hands into our national…

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Jeremy Dutcher at Sydney Festival 2020: timeless transcendence

My favourite part of the Sydney Festival is discovering the new artists that are part of the diverse lineup, but nothing could have prepared me for Jeremy Dutcher. Canadian Indigenous composer and musician Jeremy Dutcher delivered one of the standout shows…