A Walk in the Bush (by Gwyn Perkins) tells us the story of Little Iggy, who is taken on a journey of discovery in the great outdoors by Grandad.
SYDNEY CITY: An exhibition of contemporary artwork capturing the battlefields of the Western Front from a century ago and reinterpreting the significance these places have in our nation’s culture and history is now on display at Sydney’s Anzac Memorial.
Although the little Maltese pastries are the stars here, the sit-down menu is well worth investigating.
Le Petit Theatre’s production of an innovative version of Aristophanes’ Lysistrata cleverly underlines the relevance of the original play to our own times.
The shibori and boro items on display in The Intuitive Thread exhibition at the Japan Foundation Gallery in Central Park, Broadway, as part of Sydney’s Craft Week in October, reinforced my love of these ancient processes.
October was Mental Health month. Here’s five things I did to boost mine.
Food producers are making life easier for themselves but to the detriment of our health.
Wordplay group meets on the first Saturday of the month, 12pm at Woolpack Hotel, Chalmers St, Redfern. All welcome.
Sydney premier of film unveiling experiences of women in the Australian music industry.
The Dance of Death, translated by May-Brit Akerholt, is one of August Strindberg’s most produced plays, although at the time of its writing, 1900, a Swedish censor thought it too “disagreeable” to be performed.