I have to remind you about one of the great Australian nuts. No, it isn’t me. I’m talking about the macadamia.
I rate this place A1 (despite the chewy beef) and the best Indian food at this price I know of. In Arnie’s immortal words, “I’ll be back”.
Generous serves, good value
If The Wall were a play it would be a great play. I tend to prefer movies.
Baby Driver just knows how cool it is.
The new record ‘Something to Tell You’ will be released on vinyl this month. SSH has two copies to give away. Simply write and tell us something you like about music on vinyl.
Never after the South East Forests campaigns can you say that a natural environmental protection issue wasn’t absolutely mainstream to the Australian psyche.
The exhibition at Carriageworks, 1917: The Great Strike, jointly curated with the City of Sydney, is open 10am-6pm every day until August 27
You may wonder what motivates people after their working day to venture out to a draughty hall to take part in a drama class. Given that most people are self-conscious and shrink from carrying out a drama teacher’s demands to forget the self and behave in all kinds of embarrassing ways (pretend you’re a hungry cat, she might say, or fly like a bird) or that most people are appalled by the prospect of speaking in public, why do people enroll in a drama class?
Bangarra’s disturbingly powerful Bennelong gives us a sense of what it might have been like to be born into a crucial moment of time when the harmonious existence of an ancient peoples was ruptured by the entry of an aggressive imperial power.