Review: Message In A Bottle

October 26, 2023 Joan Sutherland Theatre Sydney Opera House  October 27, 2023 Reviewed by Sophie Kennedy White It’s a bold move to create a dance musical about the desperate plight of refugees with the music of pop star Sting but Kate Prince’s courageous stage production does it spectacularly. Moved by that shocking image of a […]

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Peach Black Winter Festival 2024

Peach Black Gallery is excited to announce its Winter Festival. From June to August, the Chippendale Gallery will pulsate with the rhythm of music, art and workshops, promising three months of immersive experiences, including five intimate soulful concerts let by extraordinary women, alongside an array of carefully curated artworks and more. The festivals centrepiece is […]

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Secret Garden In Paddington Reservoir

Review by Aya Pfeufer July 9, 2024 The Paddington Reservoir is a public garden at 255a Oxford Street, Paddington. Designed by Edward Bell, a city engineer, it was constructed from 1864 to 1866. It primarily functioned as a water reservoir and further on, carried out other purposes such as a service station. Now it is […]

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Review: What Happened, Miss Simone?

Netflix documentary looks into the life of African- American artist, and civil rights activist, Nina Simone Review by Aya Pfeufer July 9th, 2024 Directed by Liz Garbus, “What Happened, Miss Simone?” is a compelling and fascinating documentary that explains the life of Nina Simone, a prominent African- American singer, songwriter, civil rights activist and composer. […]

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Work Experience at Eastside Radio with Haruta

A Little About Me I am a year 12 student from Bradfield Senior Collage, I’m currently finishing my mandatory work experience hours here for entertainment course. I love many bands and artists and I like to explore many different genres, I mainly listen to electronic music such as artists like The Chemical Brothers and The […]

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Review: Night in Versailles at the City Recital Hall

July 5, 2024 City Recital Hall Australian Brandenburg Orchestra Review by Paul Neeson (Arts Wednesday) A sumptuous night of harpsichord with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and guest harpsichordist Justin Taylor from France. For this concert Artistic Director, Paul Dyer and Production Designer, Trent Suidgeest recreated with great and authentic detail a salon from the Palace […]

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Wild at Art + the Bondi Festival. Arts Wednesday

Wild at Art is a national initiative by the Australian Conservation Foundation. Kids aged 5-12 are asked to research a threatened native species, create an art work and write a short essay about their chosen plant or animal. Stephen Lightfoot from ACF joins us to explain the details and entry requirements of the competition which […]

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Con Open Academy Soul Ensemble Audition

Have you got what it takes to mix it with Motown? Does your musical prowess stack up with Stax? Live auditions are being held on Thursday the 18th of July for the Con Open Academy Soul Ensemble.  You’ll learn and perform this historically important repertoire from the 1950s/60s/70s through to the present era.Create authentic grooves, […]

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At the Entrance of the Radio World!

It’s the 2nd of July, 2024. Just wondering, how many high school students still listen to the radio nowadays? With the rise of social media – Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat, and many more – these are definitely the places most teenagers spend their time. Those trendy videos and posts are the main source of entertainment for […]

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Creative Open Arts & Music Festival!

Fire up your winter with Creative Open arts and music festival, brought to you by the Northern Beaches Council! Held from Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 July across multiple venues! Creative Open is back bigger and better than ever, with epic live music, hilarious comedy, contemporary art, interactive workshops, markets and so much more. Now […]

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Film Festival Fever: Discover SFF and other Film Festivals

State Theatre NSW

By: Silvana Geraldino Grab your popcorn and comfy clothes movie lovers, because it’s that time of the year again—film festival season! For movie enthusiasts and summer lovers alike, and considering the wet-cold weather, probably for everyone, there’s nothing more attractive at this time of the year than watching films, whether from the cozy comfort of […]

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Albums of the Week: Into The Blue – Aaron Frazer // Anatomical Heart – Eric Griswold, Helen Svoboda & Chloe Kim

Into The Blue – Aaron Frazer Check out tracks and our talk with Aaron Frazer below: “Into The Blue is the clearest portrait of who I am as an artist. It’s me through and through,” says multi-instrumentalist Aaron Frazer. A daring blend of soul, psychedelia, spaghetti western, disco, gospel and hip-hop, Into the Blue represents […]

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