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.
Award-winning journalist, author and Sydney Writers’ Festival drawcard Rick Morton speaks with the Sentinel about his year of living vulnerably.
Review: “The Removalists” by David Williamson, New Theatre, Newtown. By editor-at-large Gary Nunn.
The Sydney Theatre Company’s “Home, I’m Darling” explores gender roles through one woman’s fetishisation of the stereotypical 1950s housewife.
Covid-19 and its associated disruptions provided a rich mine for material at the Sydney Comedy Festival Gala at the State Theatre.
Asian Australians are experiencing an upsurge in racism, with bigots emboldened by Covid-19 and Australia’s deteriorating relationship with China.
A 402-year-old Spanish play – currently being staged in Sydney – is astonishingly relevant in modern day Australia, writes Gary Nunn.
Gary Nunn reviews the Sydney Theatre Company’s “Appropriate” – and finds it appropriately spine-tingling.
Gary Nunn reviews ABC journalist Sally Sara’s first play – a compelling story of a woman’s struggle with mental illness after working as a war correspondent.
Exclusive: Australia’s biggest gay nightclub, ARQ, and its neighbour, Bodyline Spa & Sauna, have announced they’re reopening in a Sydney Sentinel exclusive.
Gary Nunn – one of Australia’s 1.2 million British expats – describes the mixed emotions of living in a virtually Covid-free country while watching the pandemic ravage his homeland.
Gary Nunn speaks to Matty Mills about his remarkable ascent – and predicts even bigger things for the Kamilaroi wunderkind.
Gary Nunn reviews Green Park – a gritty production exploring gay life and sex, set and performed in the eponymous park.
Gary Nunn reviews the Bangarra Dance Theatre’s latest production, which puts 65,000 years of culture at the heart of the Sydney Festival.
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.