After five years, Sydney-based blues trio Chase The Sun are back with a brand new single and a huge run of east coast tour dates this February, starting right here in Sydney.
'Live It Up' is the first single from the band's upcoming, as-yet-untitled third album and is a celebration of life in all its glory. It features blistering guitar work, punchy rhythms and funk-laden bass...
The beloved and completely nuts (yes, we went there), spectacle that is Puppetry Of The Penis is returning home for a whole lot of laughs and utter idiocy.
Follow the strange and fantastical journey of two near-naked men (they do wear shoes) as they mould and manipulate their nether regions using the ancient art of Genital Origami. Yes, apparently it's a thing. Needless to say...
Are you a hornbag, foxymoron or hunk of spunk? Feel like doing something nice, different and unusual on the eve of Australia Day? If you answered yes to any of those questions, chances are you might know exactly what we're about to say.
The Hudson Ballroom is hosting none other than Kath & Kim's Straya Day Eve Party, and you can bet your cotton socks you're invited!
Carriageworks is going all-out for Chinese New Year and Sydney Festival with a one-night-only vibrant celebration of Asian food and culture curated by the amazing Kylie Kwong.
Welcome in the year of the rooster in a melting pot of contemporary Asian food, pop culture and sounds including a performance by DJ Tyson Koh and speciality dishes created exclusively for Carriageworks...
Comedyish is back for its annual barrel of laughs that is The Panic Series, in which comedians (funnily enough) panic over the fact that they have shows opening in a matter of weeks and test out new material that they cross everything and hope to God will be funny.
This year's cast includes Rhys Nicholson, Susie Youssef, Nikki Britton, Justin Hamilton, Becky Lucas, Tom Walker...
Having brought us the likes of Alison Wonderland, What So Not, Hayden James, Cosmo’s Midnight and Hot Dub Time Machine over the past few weeks, The Island Live is set to welcome UK DJ Norman Jay MBE to Sydney Harbour this summer.
He'll be supported by a whole lot of local talent courtesy of Soul of Sydney DJs, Mike Who and Andy Garvey, and of course backed by a gorgeous view of...
Brace yourself for impact as self-proclaimed angry feminist play The Inspection takes over Sydney's Old 505 Theatre this month.
Starring Julia Christensen, The Inspection is a no-holds-barred satirical look at the Sydney rent crisis and the kinda-sorta-really messy reality of life as a 20-something woman when the landlord comes knocking. Especially when there's dirty laundry...
The Aussie roots ensemble will play Mona Vale Hotel in January.
Blue King Brown, formed in Byron Bay by Natalie Pa'apa'a and Carlo Santone, have three albums under their belt and have supported big names such as Damien Marley, Silverchair, Carlos Santana and The Cat Empire. Now, they will bring their beats-driven sound to Sydney early 2017.
A powerful new work of theatre is having its world premiere at a Blacktown multi-storey carpark as part of Sydney Festival.
Penned by Andrea James, Peter Polites and Gaele Sobott, Home Country will see audiences guided through various levels of the car park (and fed a communal feast) to explore the meaning of “home” and our multifaceted national identity.
Extra Pulp, anyone? Party your way into Australia Day with the freshest (geddit?) new offering from Undr Ctrl and I Oh You right under the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Featuring sets from CC:Disco!, Dreems, Juno Mars, Rimbombo and Simon Caldwell, Australia Day Eve has never looked (think spectacular harbour views) or tasted (courtesy of The Kerrigan food shack) so good.
Catch Deep Sea Arcade and Yeo at El Topo in Bondi next year as the venue continues its live music series in 2017.
Throughout November and December of this year, El Topo Basement has been hosting some of the best Australian up-and-coming acts. Bands like The Lulu Raes, WildHoney and Ocean Alley have already performed as part of the ongoing series that happens every Friday at...
The tour comes in the wake of his debut single, Sleep. The 27-year-old artist cut his teeth working as a session player alongside the likes of Charli XCX and Alex Metric before moving to Melbourne and developing a sound of his own, signing to EMI before he'd even played his first official show.
The NYE event at The Greens in North Sydney promises to finish off your year with some of the best food, drink and entertainment going around.
As part of the theme, some Roving Carnival Performers will be bringing their renowned acts, and King St Swing will be performing some cruisy jazz, while DJ Natural Selector will deliver some evolutionary beats.
In a world where Mummy knows best and Daddy should know better, I Hate You My Mother is set to make waves when it premieres at the Old Fitz Theatre next year.
The play begins as a 16th century Breton Bishop lays his hands on his illegitimate daughter and sets off an epic, torrid chain of events that inspires four centuries of secrets, hatred and revenge-seeking.