KING @ The Seymour Centre

KING, a collaboration between director/choreographer Shaun Parker and Bulgarian songwriter/vocalist Ivo Dimchev, is a tender, visceral experience exploring ideas of masculinity in a way that’s equally entertaining and confronting. The heart of the piece is the interplay between the magnetic…

The Gardens by Lotus Sydney

The Gardens by Lotus at the Chinese Garden of Friendship

Lotus Dining Group is now in the coolest overlooked spot in Sydney: the Chinese Garden of Friendship. The Gardens by Lotus is a total one-of-a-kind Chinese dining experience, combining the best of Sichuan cuisine with the most traditional of settings….

OCD Love & Love Chapter 2 @ the Sydney Opera House

In OCD Love, the first of two dances by L-E-V, we open on a single dancer in grey. She begins to writhe, somehow alienly fluid and mechanical at the same time, only intermittently breaking from a distinctly inhuman mode. She’s…

Australia Day at Electric Gardens Festival

While there’s a ton of great things about Summer in Sydney – there’s one especially fabulous one: Electric Gardens Festival. This Australia Day, the music festival returned to Sydney’s Centennial Parklands for a massive day of drinks, dancing, and pyrotechnics…

Rolling Loud Festival – The Plus Ones Sydney

Rolling Loud sold out in 38 minutes. Rolling Loud is widely touted as the world’s largest Hip Hop Festival. While it started in the States back in 2015, this year was the first time creators Matt Zingler and Tariz Cherif…

Shanghai Mimi: Paris of the East at the Sydney Festival

Directed by acclaimed performer Moira Ficune, Shanghai Mimi transforms the Riverside Theatre in Parramatta into a Shanghai cabaret club in the 1930s. Ficune brings a seductive performance of glitter and gold, with a generous dash of sparkling sequins for the…

In the Heights – Sydney’s Hottest Musical

In the Heights is the hottest show to hit Sydney Opera House in as long as I can remember. It is so refreshing, even exhilarating, to see what a modern musical can be, indeed, should be. So you’ve heard of…