Friday, September 17, 2021

FESTIVALS

FESTIVALS

NEWS

‘The World’s Best Film’ at 15th Annual Sydney Underground Film Festival

The World’s Best Film Director: Joshua Belinfante 15th Annual Sydney Underground Film Festival September 9-26, 2021 Joshua Belinfante was studying to be a solicitor when he was told...

Tea, tours and tastiness feature in Sydney’s Lunar New Year festivities

An authentic Chinese tea ceremony and a calligraphy demonstration are on offer in Waterloo as one of many attractions during Sydney Lunar New Year. The...

Pop-up Christmas music to gladden South Sydney

Sydney will sparkle and buzz this Christmas, with pop-up...

Make Newtown Festival your backyard party on November 8

Newtown Neighbourhood Centre (NNC) can’t host Newtown Festival in...

Poetry of hope hits Enmore

Issues of our times will be aired at Words...

Global Fringe benefits

In 2019 the Sydney Fringe Festival featured more than...

Intimate sets on Instagram

In what is an extraordinarily difficult time for working musicians the live-streaming festival Isol-Aid on Instagram is offering a chance to perform for fans and to raise money to support struggling music industry workers.

Sydney’s not just belly for Tanyeli!

Tanyeli is a world-renown belly dancer from Turkey who is based in Sydney where she has an event company that organises multicultural festivals and concerts.

Christmas comes to you in Sydney’s villages

Christmas concerts and celebrations for you and your family...

Mind Body Spirit for everyone

Do you want to grow? To open your heart...

Poetry on the piano – an interview with Anton Korytnyj

Anton Korytnyj (pronounced Koritni) is a dynamic and talented...

Lies and truth tangential at Sydney Writers’ Festival

EVELEIGH: The theme of this year’s Sydney Writers’ Festival...

King Tide, Surry Hills

On Saturday September 22, Surry Hills Festival culminated in a fantastic spring celebration with great live music.

Animarum – ‘expressing the inexpressible’

How does it all come together? Eight musicians playing as one, yet each instrument can be heard distinctly.

Weaving the future

The month-long Weave Festival (March 1-31), offers an extensive and in-depth experience of Aboriginal and Pacific cultures.