Head down to Freda's Bar in Chippendale and check out the after pARTY, coinciding with this year's Art Month program.
Held on the first Wednesday of every month, after pARTY is the night celebrating...
Ian Strange, who is known for his street art and conceptual projects, is launching his new exhibition Shadow in Chippendale this March.
Strange is an Australian-born, New York-based artist who went by the name Kid Zoom as an emerging street artist. He has previously exhibited at the National Gallery of Victoria, and will now showcase his new pop-up exhibition in Levey Street,...
A bunch of our favourite local bands decent on Sydney for ShoreShocked this April
We're all for any music event that gets awesome live music in front of the people who need it most, so the idea of having bands like Luca Brasi and Camp Cope teaming up for a free gig in April for the oft-ignored teenage crowd is definitely a great one.
While there has been a lot of disdain held for the books and films for quite some time now, the Fifty Shades franchise has now offended some Aussies on a musical level, with the second film’s soundtrack knocking Thundamentals off the #1 spot on the ARIA charts.
In what has turned out to be a relatively sad week for Aussie talent, Aussie hip-hop crew Thundamentals’s fourth album...
Five venues in the CBD will be able to open for longer after successfully applying for extensions.
Oxford Street’s Stonewall Hotel and The World Bar in Kings Cross join The Palace Hotel, ArtHouse Hotel (both in the CBD), and the Observer Hotel at The Rocks in being granted later opening times beyond the 1:30am Sydney lockout.
Following a major tease from Frontier Touring last week, the local promoter has announced that Midnight Oil news we’ve been waiting for since 2002.
The Great Circle 2017 World Tour runs for six months, starting with a special pub gig in Sydney (to be revealed) and closing at The Domain. It marks the band's biggest tour since the release of fourth album 10-1 in ’82.
Wrapping up the summer in style, Touch Sensitive and a secret special guest will headline The Island Live's final party of the season.
With five out of five shows selling out so far, The Island Live's final stint of the season will take place this March. Touch Sensitive, Softwar and Zanerobe DJs are all set to play, as well as a very special guest still to be announced. ...
Carriageworks will premiere a production of Lady Eats Apple, the highly praised play from Back To Back Theatre Company.
Lady Eats Apple, taking place in a large inflatable structure, is inspired by stories like Hamlet and Genesis and focuses around the myths and illusions of death. The play will be directed by Australia Council for the Arts award winner Bruce Gladwin.
Dance sensation No Lights No Lycra will bring an end to this year's All About Women festival in March.
No Lights No Lycra is a dance community that began in Melbourne and is now found at over 76 locations around the world. The dance sessions have no rules, techniques or teachers, and only encourage freedom.
Over both hour-long sessions, your only job is to hit...
Music lovers, take note. Ahead of the 2017 iteration of Secret Garden Festival, organisers have shared a 'Fancy Ideas For Fancy Dress' video.
The clip includes a heap of ideas for dressing up at this year's event (disco ball, anyone?), while avoiding causing offence like the two punters who found themselves face-to-face with the festival programmer after...