The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney will recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians during National Reconciliation Week with Indigenous cultural events.
Each week, John Moyle explores exceptional examples of Australian songs and music videos. This week: ‘You Might Think’ by Sons of the East – a Sydney band that’s bigger overseas than at home.
Rosie Waterland has a new show, a newish conservative commentator boyfriend and is about to break into fiction, writes Gary Nunn, who interviewed her for the Sentinel.
Vegan editor Elizabeth Usher speaks with Rodney Todd ahead of his Sydney Comedy Festival show “Good Morning Kebab”.
Tina Arena’s first post-Covid concert in Sydney saw the chanteuse at the top of her game, writes Danny Waterson.
A self-made documentarian from the age of 20, Shaye Fox has been archiving live rock shows since 2019. He spoke with youth editor Corin Shearston about the making of his second film.
Arts editor Rita Bratovich reviews Claudel – an homage to one of history’s forgotten geniuses – currently playing at the Sydney Opera House.
The Women In Music recital series is a collaboration between The Women’s Club and Sydney Conservatorium of Music that showcases female musicians and composers.
Each week, John Moyle explores notable music and identities from the Australian music scene. This week, he delves into the fascinating career of the late Seaman Dan.
It’s the last month before winter, but if you think that signals a cooling down of exciting things to do in Sydney, think again.
The stars of RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under have appeared on the blue carpet at the Sydney Opera House for the world premiere of the much anticipated production.
Major Australian artist George Gittoes is a highlight of the impressive autumn/winter program at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.
Award-winning journalist, author and Sydney Writers’ Festival drawcard Rick Morton speaks with the Sentinel about his year of living vulnerably.
America’s Got Talent and The Voice Australia star Johnny Manuel on his new single, live shows and new life in Sydney.
Comedian Michael Shafar has dealt with all the Big Cs: cancer, chemo, Covid and comedy – but he’ll be giving 110% at the Sydney Comedy Festival this year.