First Day On The Job

Today marks my first day of work experience at Eastside Radio. I’m Isla, a year 10 student at the International French School of Sydney, and I chose to do work experience here because of my continued love of the media. I have always been invested in journalism, and there has never been a time in […]

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SQUEEZING THE CREATIVES

Creatives in Sydney have always done it tough. Now it’s worse than ever. Our artists are leaving in droves. On this episode of The Sydneyist Elizabeth Farrelly asks, can Sydney survive the loss of its creatives?  Elizabeth Farrelly was joined by three artists: writer Mark Mordue, silk-screen artists Peter Bainbridge and actor Kate Mannix about surviving […]

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Long-Lasting tourist’ Bringing Vibes to the Cultural Scene

Hola, I am Silvana. I’m not a tourist, but I may look like one. This is my story, summarised in six paragraphs. I’ve been living in Australia for the last 10 years, but I was born on the hot Caribbean Coast of Colombia and grew up in the city with the second-biggest carnival in South […]

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Review – Vivid 2024: Devonté Hynes And The Sydney Symphony Orchestra

an image of musician Devonte Hynes performing at the Sydney Opera House for Vivid 2024

The announcement of Dev’s inclusion on the lineup for Vivid 2024 was met with great enthusiasm by fans of the East London-born artist. Upon arrival at the Opera House, it was evident that the crowd consisted heavily of Dev-otees who were there to take whatever journey Hynes had in store for us. […]

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The Emerald Room – A Marvellous Party

ARE YOU READY FOR A MARVELLOUS PARTY? THE EMERALD BROTHERS INVITE YOU TO THE SOCIAL EVENT OF THE YEAR. ONCE AN AUTO BODY SHOP, NOW SYDNEY’S MOST SALACIOUS SUPPER CLUB. Filled to the brim with sensational showgirls, exquisite jaw-dropping acrobatics, spine tingling live vocals and an ever rotating cast of the world’s greatest entertainers. Park […]

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Review: Song of the Earth at the City Recital Hall

May 15, 2024 City Recital Hall Australian Chamber Orchestra  Review by Paul Neeson (Arts Wednesday) Two of Australia’s biggest musical exports in mezzo-soprano Catherine Carby and tenor Stuart Skelton, return home for a season of late romantic masterpieces with the Australian Chamber Orchestra. Works by Richard Wagner, Alma Mahler-Werfel and Gustav Mahler were all arrangements […]

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Sydney Con Jazz Festival 2024

Artistic Directors Welcome On behalf of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2024 Sydney Con Jazz Festival. For our sixth instalment we are thrilled to present an incredible array of styles, artists, ground-breaking ensembles and brand-new collaborations that include some of Australia (and the worlds) finest musicians. […]

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Review: Holding the Man at Belvoir Theatre

March 30, 2024 Belvoir St Theatre Review by Paul Neeson (Arts Wednesday) Holding the Man is the memoir of Timothy Conigrave, written after the death of his lover John Caleo from AIDS in 1992, and published a few months after his own death two years later. It tells the story of their 15 year love […]

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Exploring our Blue World with exceptional Ocean Talks

From the rugged mountain tops of Macquarie Island, down the torrent rivers of millennia to thedeep dark depths of ocean shipwrecks, the Ocean Lovers Talks will take you into the mostremarkable realms of our big blue planet over two days of free inspirational talks and panels fromadventurers, scientists and experts on March 23 and 24 […]

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Interview with Malcolm Turnbull: 29th Prime Minister of Australia on Monday Drive with Alan Field

Malcolm Bligh Turnbull, Australian former politician and businessman who served as the 29th prime minister of Australia from 2015 to 2018. He held office as leader of the Liberal Party of Australia. This week Alan Field welcomed him as a guest in our Bondi Studio to chat about his life, his book and his taste […]

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Album of the week: Sunny Days – The Regime (Pro Uno) // Summer Me, Winter Me – Stacey Kent

EASTSIDE ALBUM OF THE WEEK PRESENTS Sunny Days – The Regime (Pro Uno) Sunny Days, the latest offering from The Regime (Pro Uno) is illuminating the music scene with its vibrant energy and infectious beats. The album encapsulates the essence of summer, infusing every track with warmth and optimism. From upbeat anthems like “Sunshine State […]

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Emerging Curator Program 2024

Following a successful inaugural year in 2023, the Emerging Curator Program returns to provide an early-practice curator the opportunity to produce a funded exhibition and/or series of public events at Curl Curl Creative Space with support from Council’s art specialists and curators. If you are an emerging curator or artist looking to develop your practice, […]

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