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Music - Guy Pearce

Wed 19 Nov We all knew Guy Pearce could act. But sing? Why didn't he tell us sooner? To launch his 10-track debut album Broken Bones, Pearce and a five-piece band...

Gay & Lesbian - Beyoncé's Birthday Party

Sat 30 Aug The long-running, queer-tinged hip-hop/R'n'B dance party Swagger has relocated to its new home at the Civic Underground, where they'll be blowing out...

Gay & Lesbian - Jiggly, Jujubee and April

Sat 22 Nov Those cheeky promoters at In the Dark are at it again – hot on the backs of Bianca Del Rio, Ben DeLaCreme and Detox's visits to town, they're bringing...

Kids - Aerialize Kids Circus Classes

05 Oct-18 Dec Aerialize circus arts training centre is running kids classes for ages three and up. The courses are both fun and challenging. With classes in acrobatics,...

Gay & Lesbian - Daywash

Sun 05 Oct The long weekend party to end all long weekend parties (or just get you well and truly munted so you can kick on to Arq...or the Shift...or Phoenix...or...)...

Kids - The Superhero Training Academy

30 Sep-04 Oct The Superhero Training Academy is taking new recruits. Aspiring superheroes are invited to learn how to move, act and even rap like a superhero at this...

Kids - The Vegetable Plot

20-21 Sep This year's Sydney Fringe welcomes the fresh and funky bunch from The Vegetable Plot – a wacky and hilarious musical comedy by Luke Escombe. Kids,...

Around Town - Michael Palin - Live on Stage

Wed 25 Feb 2015 The comic genius, travel writer, documentary maker and member of Monty Python, Michael Palin, brings his legendary wit and storytelling down under for...

Theatre - Swan Lake

20 Feb 2015-28 Feb 2015 Debuting in 2002 to mark the 40th anniversary of The Australian Ballet, Graeme Murphy's version of Tchaikovsky's classic ballet – inspired by the love...

Film - Predestination

Ethan Hawke has two movies this month that are to do with time and identity, but whereas Boyhood is nuanced and real, Predestination is...

Film - Boyhood

Looking at it one way, Boyhood is a spectacularly cheap way of saving on actors’ salaries. To capture his rambling yet absorbing Texas family drama,...

Around Town - March in August

Sun 31 Aug “I support humans and country," says singer-songwriter Lanie Lane, "not the Abbott government, who continuously betray and undermine its citizens...

Music - Rodriguez

Tue 21 Oct The fascinating singer/songwriter at the centre of blockbuster Oscar-winning documentary Searching for Sugar Man is returning to the country that kept...

Theatre - Tabac Rouge - Sydney Festival 2015

07 Jan 2015-23 Jan 2015 Sydney Festival's tent-pole theatre event for 2015 – a la Semele Walk (2013) and Dido and Aeneas (2014) – is Tabac Rouge, the new slice of dance theatre...

THE ENEMY THAT UNITES US ALL

The human marvel that is the world wide web has done more than any other advent in history to unite the billions of inhabitants of…

Music - The 1975

Sat 17 Jan 2015 The 1975 may be a boy band from England, but they ain’t no one direction. The indie-rock four piece, who were just here for Splendour in the Grass,...

Music - Alt-J

Tue 07 Oct London's genre-defiant, Mercury Prize-winning band Alt-J have announced Australian concert dates to coincide with the forthcoming release of new album...

Music - Patrick James

Sat 13 Sep He's played support more than a few times (for the likes of Boy & Bear, Pete Murray, Josh Pyke and Emma Louise). Now Patrick James is ready to step...

Around Town - Garage Sale Trail 2014

Sat 25 Oct Australia’s biggest simultaneous yard sale started out four years ago as small, local sale in Bondi. Since then it’s grown to become a regular event...

Film - James Cameron talks Deepsea Challenge

Ocean-obsessive James Cameron explains why he is the anti-Richard Branson, how out of touch Hollywood is with the real world and why we will never find...

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