Entertainment

Aug03

Sydney Festival to kick off early in October

POSTED ON // Monday, 03 August 2015 Written by // Garrett Bithell

Sydney Festival to kick off early in October

Sydney Festival will launches its 40th anniversary year with two great works of art - a special early October season of Desdemona, based on Shakespeare’s Othello, and Festival theatre highlight Woyzeck, a stage adaptation of Georg Büchner’s eponymous play by American musicians Tom Waits and Kathleen Brennan, and acclaimed theatre director Robert Wilson.

Aug03

The Australian Chamber Orchestra takes on Brahms' masterful third symphony

POSTED ON // Monday, 03 August 2015 Written by // Garrett Bithell

The Australian Chamber Orchestra takes on Brahms' masterful third symphony

After the triumphant symphonic performances of Brahms’ Symphony No.1 in 2010 and Brahms’ Symphony No.4, in 2013, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, with its dynamic Artistic Director Richard Tognetti, will take to the stage this month to perform Johannes Brahms’ great Symphony No.3 in F major for the first time.

Aug03

Now showing: Cult classics and gay favourites every Tuesday at The Shift Bar

POSTED ON // Monday, 03 August 2015 Written by // Reg Domingo

Now showing: Cult classics and gay favourites every Tuesday at The Shift Bar

Watch cult classics and queer cinematic favourites at The Shift Bar’s new weekly film series, Shift Sinema.

Aug02

Kit Harington and Andy Samburg join forces for tennis spoof

POSTED ON // Sunday, 02 August 2015 Written by // Garrett Bithell

Kit Harington and Andy Samburg join forces for tennis spoof

A 45-minute comedy special brings Andy Samberg and Kit Harington together for a hilarious spoof of big-time tennis titled 7 Days in Hell.

Aug01

Review: Detroit

POSTED ON // Saturday, 01 August 2015 Written by // Veronica Hannon

Review: Detroit

Lisa D’Amour’s Detroit was a finalist for the 2011 Pulitzer Prize. The title takes its name from the Motor City, but this isn’t the story of Detroit.

Jul31

Help make Playing Gay a reality

POSTED ON // Friday, 31 July 2015 Written by // Cec Busby

Help make Playing Gay a reality


A new documentary, Playing Gay: How America Came Out on Television is seeking funding via a kickstarter campaign

Jul31

Be the first in Byron Bay to see Holding the Man

POSTED ON // Friday, 31 July 2015

Be the first in Byron Bay to see Holding the Man

A special screening in Byron Bay of new Australian film Holding The Man is set to help raise money to end HIV transmission in NSW.

Jul31

Tame Impala's newie 'Currents' is top-notch

POSTED ON // Friday, 31 July 2015 Written by // Garrett Bithell

Tame Impala's newie 'Currents' is top-notch

Debuting at #1 on the ARIA album charts (not that that’s exactly a good indicator of quality), Tame Impala’s third album Currents is marvellous.

Jul31

Amy Schumer's new film 'Trainwreck' in cinemas August 6

POSTED ON // Friday, 31 July 2015 Written by // Garrett Bithell

Amy Schumer's new film 'Trainwreck' in cinemas August 6

Seminal director Judd Apatow's new romantic comedy Trainwreck stars the irrepressible comedienne of the moment, Amy Schumer.

Jul30

Sam Smith feels guilty for being free to be gay

POSTED ON // Thursday, 30 July 2015 Written by // Cec Busby

Sam Smith feels guilty for being free to be gay

Pop crooner Sam Smith has revealed sometimes he feels incredibly guilty for having the freedom to be himself.