Tag: culture

Ballet Preljocaj’s “Snow White” – The fairest ballet of them all

Ballet Preljocaj’s “Snow White” is a deliciously seductive production. One woman jealous of another’s beauty, an enchanted mirror, a poisoned apple, and seven friendly dwarves. An unquestionably good recipe for a dark and daring contemporary ballet, it’s the age-old fairytale…

Sydney Writers' Festival

Sydney Writers’ Festival: American Carnage

‘This American carnage stops right here, right now’, said Trump in his inaugural address. Four months into his presidency — yes, it really has been only four months — a panel of U.S. writers and journalist met as part of…

A Moveable Feast

Best of Sydney’s events in March 2017

Summer may be slipping away, but the social scene is still stepping lively this month. Read on for our Top 10 Picks, with a little bit of everything for you. Make the most of the fading warmth this month and…

iTedE -David Strassman

Walking in the doors (albeit a little late) David Strassman’s character Chuck Wood didn’t let myself and the other patrons off the hook. He quickly quipped sarcastically “about F*!$#ing time! Don’t you have a watch?” The entire theme of Strassman’s…

64th Blake Art Prize Winner

The 12th of February was an intensely exciting time for the 80 finalists and the three judges participating in the prestigious 64th Blake Art Prize. Established in the 1950’s the Blake Art Prize, named after artist William Blake was created…

CPAC Presents: The Outsiders

Youth Theatre at Its Best.   Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre Youth present The Outsiders, based on the play adapted by Christopher Sergel from the novel of the same name by S.E. Hinton, it enjoyed a run of six shows across…

Sydney Latin American Film Festival’s 10th Birthday Bash

For your Latin American cultural fix, the Sydney Latin American Film Festival has something, or rather lots of things, for you. It will be all about FIESTA time! This year SLAFF is turning 10 and they have decided to celebrate…