As Sydney continues to emerge from a Covid-induced slumber, it is bursting to the seams with events and occasions.
The Sentinel interviews Lisa Rose, the woman behind Australia’s largest queer film festival.
The Sentinel explores iconic songs that reference Sydney – and have helped define the city in our hearts and minds.
The 2021 Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival takes place from 18 February to 14 March and features over 90 films.
Gary Nunn reviews the Bangarra Dance Theatre’s latest production, which puts 65,000 years of culture at the heart of the Sydney Festival.
Experience the beauty of nature – and the nature of dance – in this unique outdoor performance at Parramatta Park, as part of Sydney Festival.
The Genesian Theatre Company’s latest play: bard humbug or brilliant fan fiction?
There hasn’t been this much pelvic thrust since ‘The Time Warp’, writes arts editor Rita Bratovich.
Don’t be deterred by the dark title – “Maureen: Harbinger of Death” is thought-provoking theatre marked by joy and witty repartee, writes Gary Nunn.
Alistair Sutton, author of the hit indie novel The Day Before You Came, shares the backstory of his book, which has become a must for fans of gay fiction.
Young singer, songwriter, model and artist Lulu Ilanda takes time out from her life as a creative powerhouse to chat with the Sentinel.
Sydney artist and author Guy James Whitworth profiles the “Bent Street” journal, which has become a literary and artistic force since its 2017 debut.
Will a simple apology do? Gabrielle Scawthorn explores the question in her new play, The Apologists.
After eighty-one years, the landmark Kings Cross theatre, the Metro/Minerva, is finally on the NSW Heritage Register.
‘All My Friends Are Dancers’ is a yule-be-cool track by Sydney-based Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys.