Mark Trevorrow and Shauna Jensen create synergetic magic in Viva, Bob Vegas. Arts editor Rita Bratovich spoke with both performers ahead of a run of new shows.
Sydney is finally out of lockdown and we can all stop pretending we actually like online events. Our November listings guide has you covered, with a comprehensive rundown of what’s on – in real life – across our great city.
After the passing of Sylvia and the Synthetics member Danny Abood, John Moyle looks back at the legacy of the pioneering group of drag provocateurs.
Cabaret and comedy star Hans is bringing his favourite movie, The Sound of Music, to life in a sing-a-long version at the Sydney Coliseum Theatre.
Rita Bratovich reviews the thrilling, shocking and deliciously decadent Wonderfully Terrible Things at The Vanguard, Newtown.
Spiegelesque is a thrilling variety show that packs in everything from breathtaking acrobatics to dance, slapstick and sultry songs.
Nancy Denis and her band are performing at Darlinghurst Theatre’s new cabaret style space – and they are red hot, writes Rita Bratovich.
Tina Arena’s first post-Covid concert in Sydney saw the chanteuse at the top of her game, writes Danny Waterson.
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.
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 Sentinel meets Christine Ibrahim and her adults only playground of circus, cabaret, burlesque and erotica.
Get out and about in Sydney this April! From the Easter Show to Anzac Day; the Sydney Comedy Festival to the Sydney Writers’ Festival, there’s plenty on in the Harbour City.
Travis de Jonk interviews Mark Trevorrow – profiling the man behind the safari suit-wearing, helmet haired icon, Bob Downe.
The inimitable iOTA talks to the Sentinel ahead of his appearance in “Bohemian Symphony – The Music of Queen Orchestrated”.
The Piccolo Bar has been sold – arguably another nail in the coffin of the raffish and bohemian legacy of Kings Cross.