Tag: The Plus Ones

The Plus Ones’ Guide to Sydney’s Good Food Month

Sydney foodies, it’s your favourite time of year: Good Food Month. October is upon us, which doesn’t only mean that it’s time to away our thermals and start thinking about the beach. It’s the time of year where we get…

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The Story Party World Tour- Sydney

Ever had a terrible date? Of course you have. We all have. Debriefing with your friends afterwards is a crucial step in transforming the experience into something you can have a good, belly shaking laugh at. The therapeutic benefits of…

Sydney Bar Week Whiskey Roadshow at the Clock Hotel

Sydney Bar Week came to a successful close with the Whiskey Roadshow at the iconic Clock Hotel, in Surry Hills. Self-described Knockout Extravaganza, this was the event I was anticipating most. Like the Indie Spirits tasting, this was a showcase for…

Found Footage Festival finds humor in the unexpected

The duo behind the Found Footage Film Festival, Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher, have spent over a decade touring the U.S. in search of the outlandish and hysterical footage hidden away on old VHS tapes. With Cherished Gems, which premiered…

Breakfast Cartoon Cereal Party at the Factory Theatre

As part of the Sydney Underground Film Festival, the Breakfast Cartoon Cereal Party is back by popular demand. The attire is your favourite pyjamas, slippers, and possibly your onesie. It’s suitable for children and children-at-heart as we experienced 120 minutes…

Jamaica House: Bringing the Caribbean to Newtown

Newtown is playing host to the authentic tantalising flavours and island life vibes of the Caribbean with Jamaica House. Since opening back in July of this year, Jamaica House has been steadily growing its community. Becoming a staple in the…

Verdi’s Requiem from Opera Australia

There are three spectacular elements that led to an emotionally intense operatic masterpiece on a Sydney winter night- The Opera House, Opera Australia, and Giuseppe Verdi’s Requiem (10-11th August 2017). I arrived at The Opera House and found my seat,…

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Bare: Wom*n’s Dinner at Create or Die

Having never been to Create or Die before, I got to enjoy the full impact of seeing the place, enhanced by the absence of expectations. Murals danced across the soaring walls, in a variety of styles and sizes. Quartered in…

Michael Shafar is Jewish-ish at Sydney Fringe Comedy Festival

Witty, genuine, and thoughtful, Michael Shafar is Jewish-ish presents one of Australia’s fastest-rising comedian’s takes on timeless material – love, family, and the thing about airlines – with a kosher twist. He’s had sold out shows in Melbourne, and I was…

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Feathered and Fierce – Sydney Fringe Festival 2017

Enter the Inner West Warehouse HPG Festival Hub, into a foyer of sorts, featuring food truck, sitting areas, and art installations. The rest of the warehouse space looms in the background, and it’s into this dimness that we make our…