A new program at Varuna – the National Writers’ House hopes to unearth stories from older LGBTQIA+ people. Brandon Bear reports.
The Sentinel sits down with four-time Grammy winner – and Maroon 5 keyboardist – PJ Morton to discuss the latest record of his epic career and working with Stevie Wonder.
Sydney is world-famous for its harbour, skyline and beaches, not its libraries – but they’re among our greatest assets, writes Gary Nunn.
Popular YouTuber FriendlyJordies displays his offbeat blend of razor-sharp political commentary and lowbrow absurdist humour in his latest live show, A Tale As Old As Rome.
Vivid Sydney is back after a two-year hiatus with some amazing new light exhibitions, reports arts and entertainment editor Tahli Blackman.
The Existential Expert is asked: has Doctor Who become too woke?
Six months after the Metro-Minerva Theatre Action Group staged a rally to save the historic auditorium, the future of the Art Deco gem is still uncertain, reports John Moyle.
The stage adaption of the comical children’s book Thai-riffic! by Oliver Phommavanh is a modern take on multiculturalism and growing up in Australia, reports arts and entertainment editor Tahli Blackman.
Dubbo Championship Wrestling: the laugh out loud moments come thick and fast in this utterly unique production, writes Gary Nunn.
Richie Black talks to legendary Australian musician Ed Keupper about his musical collaboration with Jim White – and how engaging with his past songs taps into new creative horizons.
Mark your diaries for 17 September, 2022 and snag an early release ticket to see DJ Tigerlily headline the brand new Plant Vibes Music Festival.
Two worlds collide in the Sydney Theatre Company’s production of Meyne Wyatt’s City of Gold, which takes the audience on a journey of racial disparity and societal neglect.
Arts and entertainment editor Tahli Blackman speaks with acclaimed Australian artist and filmmaker Del Kathryn Barton about her newest exhibition and the deep connection she has to her works.
Visual artist Sama Cooper received her first professional commission in 2020 at the age of just 18 and is now majoring in painting at the National Art School. She brushed some time out of her busy schedule to chat with youth editor Corin Shearston.
Ahead of her appearance at the Sydney Opera House’s UnWrapped festival, Emmy Award-winning artist and filmmaker Lynette Wallworth tells features editor Makayla Muscat what inspired her new live show.