Posters in the local area invited creative people to bring their works to the gallery and we were overwhelmed by the response.
Marcello Araldi is working in his studio called Peace of Redfern. “I love it here,” he says.
While the play is darkly pessimistic, under Judy Davis’s direction Strindberg’s dismemberment of a marriage relationship is ferociously entertaining.
Perry Keyes’ latest album tells the story of a family typical of those he grew up with in the James Cook public housing flats in Waterloo.
New gleaming white signage announces Chalmers Corner Licenced Café and Restaurant, and new owner-manager Pav (a passionate Rabbitohs supporter) is excited.
There is pressure (often unspoken) to be normal. Our current bullying epidemic is evidence of this.
The attraction of the Coen brothers has always been their embracing of the surreal and their depiction of extreme characters on the edge of society.
Venom, a movie so bad that two weeks later I’m struggling to remember almost anything about it.
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.