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 speaks with Mary Coustas – actor, comedian, TV personality, writer and the woman behind iconic Greek-Australian character, ‘Effie’.
The 2021 Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival takes place from 18 February to 14 March and features over 90 films.
The Sydney Web Fest 2020 showcases the best of Australian short filmmaking online. The annual event features over 60 micro films and series, plus an awards ceremony commending the top talent.
After months of lockdown, the Darlinghurst Theatre Company is about to bloom with an exciting new festival.
Shops and businesses will be allowed to trade until 10pm under planning controls being considered by the City of Sydney Council.
The Sydney Kings Supper Club is back after a Covid-19 induced hiatus, reports Mike Hitch.
The City of Sydney Council is calling on members of the public to put forward ideas on the future of Oxford Street.
The Sentinel’s arts and entertainment editor Rita Bratovich reviews Sophia Coppola’s new film and an intriguing Russian sci-fi.
John Moyle reports on the latest machinations in the saga of the former Metro/Minerva Theatre in Potts Point.
Becoming vegan isn’t an overnight transition but a process – with various ‘steps ’– writes Elizabeth Usher.
As Covid-19 brings upheaval to life in Sydney, the Sentinel examines previous existential changes to hit the Emerald City.
Covid-19 be damned – Trevor Ashley is bringing Showqueen back to Sydney, with a little help from Bob Downe and other famous friends.
Mike Hitch interviews Sydney comedian, podcaster and writer AJ Lamarque about the evolution of his Kweens of Comedy show, and regathering his passion in the age of Covid-19.