With the recent high-profile conviction of Scott Johnson’s killer, the themes of Michael Burge’s debut novel “Tank Water” couldn’t be more timely. The Sentinel spoke to the author and journalist ahead of his appearance at the Bellingen Readers & Writers Festival.
Sydney is world-famous for its harbour, skyline and beaches, not its libraries – but they’re among our greatest assets, writes Gary Nunn.
Popular YouTuber FriendlyJordies displays his offbeat blend of razor-sharp political commentary and lowbrow absurdist humour in his latest live show, A Tale As Old As Rome.
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.
Richie Black reflects on the unique identity of the multifaceted Sydney Park – and its somewhat uncertain future.
John Moyle explores the lavish theatrical production of American in Paris – soon to commence its Sydney season – interviewing original Broadway lead Leanne Cope and other key creatives.
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.
After launching his debut book “The Psychic Tests” via Zoom during lockdown last year, the Sentinel’s editor-at-large, Gary Nunn, is relaunching the acclaimed tome in real life at an exciting live event.
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.
The Sentinel meets the world’s most controversial and polarising gay activist, Peter Tatchell, ahead a screening of the Hating Peter Tatchell documentary at the Mardi Gras Film Festival.
Australian-born US TV star Tabatha Coffey has been called a ‘bitch’ more times than she can count. Now, she’s owning the word with her coaching venture B.I.T.C.H. Camp – and forging exciting new paths, as Amanda Smith reports.
Bernie Dieter invites Sydney to let loose at her Club Kabarett – a sexy dark circus celebrating life, giving the middle finger to the last two years of Covid.
Sydney’s unique gay sex on premises venues have faced numerous threats over the years, including HIV/AIDS, gentrification and hook-up apps. Is Covid the last straw?
“Mardi Gras saves lives. That’s why the show must go on.” The Sentinel sits down with Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras CEO Albert Kruger.
The world’s first all-in-one vegan food platform has launched in Sydney, further cementing the Harbour City’s reputation as one of the world’s plant-based hotspots.