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.
Comedian Michael Shafar lost a testicle due to cancer but not his sense of humour – and while his Movember moustache might look like a gag prop, he’s serious about raising money for men’s health.
Trevor Ashley is coming out swinging – from a vine – with his re-vamped Jurassic jungle musical, The Lyin’ Queen.
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.
The Wharf Revue is set to return with hilarious characters and razor sharp lampoonery in their new show, Can Of Worms.
Irrepressible entertainer Catherine Alcorn has launched a new streaming series, Catherine & Friends, featuring loads of fun and a stellar line-up of guests.
Mel W is a single mum, working from home and putting two kids through remote learning during Lockdown 2.0. Here’s how she’s coping …
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.
She’s an acclaimed writer, comedian and creative dynamo – but it’s Katie Little’s new music that’s set to wow you, writes Travis de Jonk.
Sydney comedian Marty Bright has taken his unique style of stand-up comedy from remote bush stages to Los Angeles. Youth editor Corin Shearston pried into his mind.
Rosie Waterland has a new show, a newish conservative commentator boyfriend and is about to break into fiction, writes Gary Nunn, who interviewed her for the Sentinel.
Vegan editor Elizabeth Usher speaks with Rodney Todd ahead of his Sydney Comedy Festival show “Good Morning Kebab”.
Comedian Michael Shafar has dealt with all the Big Cs: cancer, chemo, Covid and comedy – but he’ll be giving 110% at the Sydney Comedy Festival this year.