Drawing on their years of experience, talent, creativity and friendship, Phil Scott and Catherine Alcorn are bringing an exciting – and highly relevant – new show to Sydney, writes John Moyle.
Ahead of the release of his new book, Kylie: Song by Song, Marc Andrews explains why Kylie Minogue – whose pop career has lasted an incredible 35 years and counting – is as relevant as ever.
It’s time to rethink the legacy of much-maligned hitmakers Stock Aitken Waterman, argues Matthew Denby, in a compelling re-evaluation of the 1980s pop trailblazers.
Whether you know him as Mark Trevorrow or Bob Downe, he’s an icon of Australian entertainment. The Sentinel gets up close and personal with the man himself ahead of his new Sydney shows.
While it’s probably received more brickbats than bouquets, Australian soap opera Neighbours has been a television mainstay for 37 years. Now, it seems TV bosses are reaching for the ‘off’ button.
After many years working in fashion, Sunny Grace is leaving the industry to become a full-time writer – but not before recounting her experiences in the field.
Australian indie-pop icon Ben Lee sits down with the Sentinel, revealing why he feels like Batman – and why he was born for the “bullshit” of popular culture.
ABBA has simultaneously launched their new album in Sydney and eight other cities, in a nod to the special history between the Swedish supergroup and the Habour City.
He’s been a music industry mainstay for decades – and now Paul Field has released his first solo album.
Gary Nunn has just returned from Auckland – recently named ‘the world’s most liveable city’ – and has some ideas on what the Harbour City can learn from the City of Sails.
“This production of Priscilla is as good as you will see on any stage, anywhere in the world”: Danny Waterson on the Willoughby Theatre Company’s new show.
The stars of RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under have appeared on the blue carpet at the Sydney Opera House for the world premiere of the much anticipated production.
Young Penrith-based duo Sean and Marley are smashing stereotypes around disability, finding online fame with their debut song, ‘Oh Yeah’.
A diabolical year featuring a deadly plague and assorted other horrors means this year’s Halloween will be like no other.
The Sentinel speaks to renowned Sydney photographer William Yang ahead of a landmark career retrospective.