LNO Australia “An Unique Pampering Experience”- Bonnyrigg

In between the borders of Cabramatta and Liverpool lies the much forgotten suburb of Bonnyrigg.  However,  on the 1st July, it was a proud  host for  LNO‘s (Ladies Night Out) unique pampering experience at the Novella Event Center. Cultivated through the…

Cuban Salsa Congress 2015

Last weekend, the Cuban Salsa Congress held a once a year dance festival; taking us through a Cuban salsa experience at Mannings Bar in Sydney University, transforming into a space of elegance and movement. A festival for salsa. Greetings at the front reception,…

Aladdin and his Wondrous Lamp

Set in the beautiful and even somewhat magical Sydney State Theatre is the family pantomime ‘Aladdin and His Wondrous Lamp.’ Presented by director Bonnie Lythgoe (So you think you can dance Australia), who presented ‘Snow White’ last year and it…

MCA ARTBAR ‘Futures’ curated by Dara Gill

Flawlessly combining my love of art, music, prosecco and jaw dropping panoramic views, ARTBAR is one of the most unique and delightful events of Sydney’s social calendar. On the last Friday of every month ARTBAR warps and transforms the Museum…

The Witches – by The Monkey and the Griffin

Whilst Roald Dahl took us on a mouth watering adventure through Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory, introduced us to a Big yet Friendly Giant, created a hide away home for James within an enormous sized Peach, The Griffin theatre brought another…

’13’ by Mike Bartlett – Official Season Launch

Brought to you by director Peta Downes is this adaption of Mike Bartlett’s ‘13’, which will be showing next month. I was lucky enough to sit in on the launch party, where the team behind the production talked about the…

T2: Festival of Chai

Last night, T2 Tea took us to India with their Chai Project. The space above their Newtown store was transformed into a magical and vibrant Festival of Chai. I was greeted at the door with a cup of Spicy Rose…

Things to do in Sydney

The Balvenie’s Craft Fair & Winter Picnic Festival

As one of the few remaining family-run distilleries in Scotland, originating from a farming family in the 1800, The Balvenie’s beautiful single malt scotch whiskys (five generations in) are the exceptional result of long-standing traditions and excellent craftsmanship, as demonstrated…

Bridgett’s Journey Through French Cuisine: Part 1

The start of the journey – Week 1 When we Australians think about French cuisine, we are either overwhelmed or romanticized by delicate culinary sophistications, expensive French wine and bow-tied waiters. We usually gush about eating French food but groan…