The Sentinel reviews the opening night of Pippin: Sydney’s first big-ticket musical theatre production since the Covid lockdown.
The popular and zany Facebook page, Bin Isolation Outing, has announced its closure. The Sentinel speaks to its founder, Danielle Askew.
With the new Dungeons & Drag Queers show set to take the stage, the driving force behind it – AJ Lamarque – sat down with the Sentinel to discuss the blending of nerdiness, gaming and queer culture.
A Newtown high school student of Aboriginal descent has sparked new debate over the national anthem after singing Advance Australia Fair at a Wallabies test match.
Rita Bratovich visits the New Theatre and gets lost in the mystery of Picnic at Hanging Rock.
Sunny Grace reviews the STC production of The Picture of Dorian Gray, featuring a stunning tour de force by EJ Norvill.
Bits of Sydney (typically the bits you like) are constantly being cancelled, replaced, made obsolete and sold off, writes Richie Black.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras has rejected calls by activists to ban police, corrective services and the Liberal Party from future Mardi Gras parades, and to officially affirm the Black Lives Matter movement.
Eliza Spencer explores the controversial transformation of the Sirius building from public housing complex to boutique apartment building for the wealthy.
The Sydney Web Fest 2020 showcases the best of Australian short filmmaking online. The annual event features over 60 micro films and series, plus an awards ceremony commending the top talent.
The poor, working class, elderly and sick are being pushed out of Glebe by neoliberal policies of gentrification by stealth, writes Dr Hannah Middleton.
Rita Bratovich reviews the inaugural Express Yourself – Queer Discovery showcase, which gives emerging queer performers a chance to shine at Mardi Gras.
The City of Sydney is planning several new cycleways, most of which will make permanent the ‘pop-up’ routes erected during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The Sentinel speaks to Magic Mike Live actor Dayton Tavares ahead of the show’s Sydney season.
The Sentinel sits down with Anthony Venn-Brown ahead of an awards ceremony where he will receive an OAM for his work in bringing communities together.