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.
“Mardi Gras saves lives. That’s why the show must go on.” The Sentinel sits down with Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras CEO Albert Kruger.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras has appointed a First Nations & Community Engagement Officer in a bid to be more inclusive of Indigenous Australians.
Artist and activist Ailie Banks sits down with the Sentinel to discuss her community work encouraging young women to make their voices heard.
Review: “The Removalists” by David Williamson, New Theatre, Newtown. By editor-at-large Gary Nunn.
Two more Aboriginal deaths in custody within a week in NSW has again highlighted Australia’s shameful record on incarcerated Indigenous citizens.
NSW Police are attempting to shut down the planned Mardi Gras spin-off ‘Pride in Protest’ rally, reports Travis de Jonk.
Another year has passed since the horrific death of Aboriginal teenager TJ Hickey, with no sign of the NSW Government ordering a thorough investigation.
The website of divisive anti-immigration MP, Senator Pauline Hanson, is diverting visitors to the Refugee Council of Australia website in a stunt created by an anonymous prankster.
Satirical artist Scott Marsh has painted a wall mural of George Michael in Erskineville. It replaces a mural that was defaced by fundamentalist Christians in November 2017.
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.
John Moyle profiles inner Sydney artist Toby Zoates and the upcoming SEDITION 2020 Festival.
Student activists at the University of Sydney are fighting for the right to protest, following draconian police clampdowns.
Sydney artist and author Guy James Whitworth says Taylor Swift is emblematic of the safe, subdued nature of today’s queer community.
Wiradjuri Brotherboy Hayden Moon is the first trans person in Australia to enter the world of competitive Irish dancing.