It was so good last year, that we returned for World Whisky day at Black Gate Distillery in Mendooran again. We most certainly will also be back next year. Mendooran where is that? Head over the mountains, though Capertree and Crafty's Distillery, via Mudgee for a coffee, through Dunny Doo for a top pie shop … Continue reading World Whisky Day at Black Gate Distillery
Spring Street Social is an awesome speakers type venue, hidden underground on Spring Street in Bondi Junction. Enter down the rabbit hole via the staircase, into this basement entertainment space, with a fully stocked bar and a kitchen pumping out some enticing bites. The kitchen is headed by new chef Kago Fong with his inspired … Continue reading Spring Street Social‘s new Asian Tapas Menu
Shakespeare is not just for old theatres or the year 12 English Curriculum. It is for the masses to enjoy in a pub whilst having a few beers and dinner! Developer by Chris Huntly-Turner and James Haxby, and supported by a range of quality performers, the folks at @bardwork have put together a modern version … Continue reading Shakesbeer – plays in a pub!
Three internationally-renowned art music ensembles will unite at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (CPAC) for a world-exclusive performance: Suppression Dam. Ensemble Offspring (Sydney), International Contemporary Ensemble (New York/Chicago) and Ensemble Adapter (Berlin) will present a surround-sound experience in the vast Turbine Hall, for Sydney Festival’s first ever visit to CPAC. Featuring ARIA award-winning percussionist and Artistic … Continue reading Sydney Festival at Casula Powerhouse: Suppression Dam
Attention all fans of the Rolling Stones! Australia is lucky enough to have an exhibition of the famous, brilliant and influential British band that is the Rolling Stones. Known as a band that were pushing the boundaries in a Beatles dominated period, they evolved into somewhat of an “anti-Beatles” image, with music and lifestyle that … Continue reading Rolling Stones Exhibitionism
7 hours inland of Sydney, close to 30,000 people (that’s almost three times the population of the region) will converge on the City of Parkes as the entire region morphs into a spectacular mecca and tribute to one of the most iconic rock stars of the century, Elvis Presley! Die hard fans, impersonators, entertainers and … Continue reading Parkes Elvis Festival Celebrates 27 years
We’ve been using the Sudio headphones for a while now, specifically the Bluetooth wireless model. They are light, stylish and come in a variety of colours. Swedish design and handmade details. Our first purchase was the white pair and we used these whilst travelling all across North and South America. They are super small and … Continue reading Sudio Headphones – wireless, compact and tangle free! Perfect for a Christmas gift too!
Lost Paradise, the mind-blowing immersive festival experience held over New Year’s in the enchanted hinterland of Glenworth Valley, has announced its incredible three-day (29 December-1 January) Shambhala Fields programme line-up for 2018. With an ever-growing desire for a place for festivalgoers to nourish their mind, body and soul, Lost Paradise’s family-friendly Shambhala Fields programme curated … Continue reading The Shambala Fields of Lost Paradise
“New Year’s in Sydney has always been overcrowded, overpriced and ultimately, under whelming, and we want to change that. Our mission has always been to provide the Best. New Year’s. Ever. Last year’s event offered a hugely fun, highly affordable, drama-free night out – with ample space to dance, more bars and toilets than you … Continue reading NYE in the Park – back for a 2nd year
Navigating through the Sydney Festival Program can be complicated, so the team have scoured through every page across every date and made a quick and easy list for you by event type. THEATRE & OPERA Jan 23-27 (Roslyn Packer Theatre), Beware of Pity, Sydney Festival; Schaubühne Berlin presents its first work with Complicité (UK) director … Continue reading A quick guide to Sydney Festival