It's inevitable - as you read this, you'll be humming the theme to Harry Potter to yourself.
Whimsy and delight return to the Opera House as the Sydney Symphony Orchestra prepares to host two performances of John Williams' sensational score to Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone as part of the Harry Potter concert...
Rob Zombie is the master of provocation: his films are equal parts blood, gore, and, uh, blood.
That said, underneath their outwardly icky exterior, his flicks are often concerned with, oddly enough, the power of family, and even his most difficult work (The Devil’s Rejects, anyone?) has a weird kinda heartwarming pull all of its own.
Bruce Beresford's cult surfing and coming-of-age film will feature a special guest appearance and interview from the director.
Well known for the way it captures life as a teenager in the late 1970s in the unique microcosm of Australian society, Bruce Beresford's 1981 film Puberty Blues is now set for a special screening at the Randwick Ritz.
The festival considers the environmentally sustainable in its exclusive partnership with gelato-meisters Cow & Moon.
And now for something completely different... The Ant-enna Documentary Film Festival has teamed up with gelato house Cow & Moon for a highly ant-icipated sweet treat for attendees of the Australian premiere of vibr-ant documentary Bugs.
Don't despair - The Rocks comes bearing beers to celebrate.
Oktoberfest returns to historic heritage precinct The Rocks for its 12th year running, with the Australian Heritage Hotel and The Mercantile set to host two beer and food showcases to celebrate the German festival.
The Australian Heritage Hotel, one of Sydney's oldest and most respected pubs, will offer...
Kenzee Patterson's exhibition A tree branches, so does a river focuses on two significant moments in Lismore's history.
Two of Lismore's most significant historical events, and the roles two of the artist's ancestors played in their conception, will underline this new exhibition from Kenzee Patterson: the logging of red cedar in the Lismore region, along with the construction...
It's easy (and lazy) to describe someone as boundary-pushing - but let's be honest, Eric Andre exemplifies the word. From placing rotting sardines under his guest's chair to throwing toilet water on Ariel Pink and exposing himself to Seth Rogen, the surrealist talk-show host and comedian likes to rankle people. And why not, because...
The solo exhibition by Sydney-based artist Ella Barclay considers the nature of our encounters with technology.
Ella Barclay's I Had To Do It exhibition is equal parts abstract and tangible in its exploration of the sometimes-chaotic physical nature of technology, and how this represents our desire for connectivity with ingrained systems in society.
The Georges Feydeau production has been newly adapted by Andrew Upton for a season at the Opera House.
The creative ensemble behind Sydney Theatre Company's Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead have joined director Andrew Upton in a new realization of Georges Feydeau's 1907 French farce A Flea In Her Ear in all its Belle Époque glory. Harriet Dyer, David Woods, and Helen...
The People's Republic of Movies have lined up international artist Tom Ford for a special Q + A on the back of new film Nocturnal Animals.
Hot off the success of their sold-out inaugural event with Quentin Tarantino earlier this year, The People's Republic of Movies will host an exclusive Q + A session live from London with internationally-celebrated designer, artist and film...
The Friends of Harry Series will feature Hong Kong's Yardbird restaurant for its fifth instalment.
Harpoon Harry's have poached Hong Kong's Yardbird restaurant to feature in in their Friends Of Harry food series, with Harpoon Harry chef Morgan McGlone and Yardbird co-founder and executive chef Matt Abergel teaming up to create a special a la carte menu for the occasion.
The initiative is inviting artists to submit their applications for next year's year-long residency program.
Artspace has announced applications are now open for its One Year Studio Program for 2017, offering artists a free residency from March 2017 to February 2018. A panel comprised of Artspace staff and external judges selects seven artists to feature their projects in a...
The five-course munchie feast rolls out over two nights at The Forresters pub in Surry Hills.
McQueenies have announced this year's annual stoner dinner, and it's set to feature a gut-swelling five courses to put those munchies to bed. Following on from the big success of last year's successful stoner feast, the night promises such delights as the Hash Brown double down with...
The moveable feast is bigger than ever and will feature as part of this year's Good Food Month.
Recently voted Best Community Event as part of the prestigious national Australian Event Awards 2016, Parramatta will once again host a veritable feast of art, food, music and culture as Parramatta Lanes Festival returns as part of this year's Good Food Month.
NOTE: All productions are for adult viewing only. So leave your kiddie, tweens, and teens at home.
The upcoming October production season at NIDA promises to be mammoth one, with an enthralling and diverse mix of works including two original compositions, an Australian play, one German classic and an English play-turned-film. Check the mammoth list of productions below:
Art Party, one of Sydney's premiere showcases of the performing arts and music, are celebrating their birthday - and they want you to come too.
Ole folks over at Art Party are throwing a fourth birthday shindig, one that will feature a range of musicians and performers putting on the kind of high-octane, excitement-fuelled shows the Art Party-brand have made their name with....