Taking advantage of Covid-19 lockdowns, cultural historian Warren Fahey took a look at how Sydney has dealt with the dead in his new book Dead and Buried, writes John Moyle.
Sydney’s longest operating alternative sex venue, The Kastle, is experiencing a Covid-induced shortage of mistresses and is urgently seeking applicants from BDSM practitioners, reports John Moyle.
A diverse range of artists and performers are joining together to ensure this year’s Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival is one to remember.
It’s moved from its long term home at The Wharf to new digs at the Seymour Centre – but the annual Wharf Revue is as hilarious and insightful as ever, writes Gary Nunn.
A coalition of residents’ action groups is calling on the NSW Government to scrap the City of Sydney’s ‘one business, two votes’ gerrymander.
The Wharf Revue is set to return with hilarious characters and razor sharp lampoonery in their new show, Can Of Worms.
A new footbridge connecting Carriageworks and South Eveleigh has been proposed by the Friends of Erskineville, REDWatch and Alexandria Residents Action Group.
Potted Potter sees the entire Harry Potter series boiled down to an easily digestible 70 minutes – and seasoned with humour and bad wigs.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Choir will celebrate their 30th anniversary with a special concert featuring Caroline O’Connor and Jonathon Welch.
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 inimitable James Reyne scores with a solo acoustic set at Sydney’s Seymour Centre.
Few seismic shifts could compare to the idea of Sydney rents going down – but that’s what’s happening, at least in some parts of the city.
No: Intermission promises morsels of compelling theatre in a collection of one-act plays.
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.
Young singer, songwriter, model and artist Lulu Ilanda takes time out from her life as a creative powerhouse to chat with the Sentinel.