ALL GOOD THINGS: The Voices Project

This February the highly anticipated sixth instalment of ATYP’s incredibly popular Voices Project will explode across the stage at their home in Walsh Bay. Directed by Iain Sinclair (Of Mice & Men, All My Sons), ALL GOOD THINGS explores the theme of departures and offers us the chance to say goodbye ten different ways. A [...]

Emporium Official Exhibition Opening

Emporium: Inside Albury’s most famous department store presents a revealing look at the phenomenal rise of the department store, the advent of ready-to-wear clothing and the proliferation of image-based advertising during the 20th century. The exhibition features one of Albury’s longest running department stores, S.M. Abikhair’s, which operated for almost 70 years from 1928. Original [...]

Risqué Revue

Indulge yourself at Risqué Revue, an evening of fine French cuisine, accompanied by a magnificent production show set in the heart of Paris. Risqué Revue is a multi-act theatrical production that pays homage to famous European cabaret shows like Moulin Rouge with a very modern twist while retaining the integrity of the classic French showcase. [...]

Eat Street Vibes Markets

Parramatta’s newest marketplace – explore handmade fashion and homewares, jewellery and accessories, art, craft and giftwares, kids activities and live entertainment. The market is surrounded by the best dining options in the area. The markets will be held every Saturday from 10am-3pm (excluding 6 February and 26 March). Eat Street will be closed to traffic [...]

Parramatta Lunar New Year

Celebrate the Year of the Monkey and enjoy the cultural experience of the Lunar New Year festivities. Be entertained by performances from 2014 X-Factor winner Marlisa, Dauntless Movement Crew and more. Catch food blogger Melissa Leong (fooderati) as she hosts the evening’s program! Feast on dumplings or Asian street food from Tsuru and Mama Linh’s, [...]

Sydney Chinese New Year Festival Lion Dances

As early as the third century AD, Lion dancing was part of Chinese festivals. In 2016 Lion dancing remains a major part of the Chinese New Year festivities, and you can witness traditional Lion dancing in the city as early as January 24 with 6 different lion dancing troupes performing throughout Chinese New Year. Enjoy [...]

Sydney Chinese New Year Festival Lunar Lanterns

A modern twist on the traditional lantern parade, this year Sydney welcomes 12 huge zodiac lanterns, contemporary sculptural works that will adorn the city. While the Monkey Lantern takes up residence at the Opera House, an Ox constructed of illuminated Mahjong tiles can be found at Martin Place and 22 illuminated rabbits practising tai chi [...]

Sydney Chinese New Year Festival – Lunar Markets

Meander through the city to Pyrmont Bay Park for the Lunar Markets, a pop-up food festival with a range of delicious Asian dishes. This sumptuous display is truly its own mini-festival. Grab a bite and relax under a canopy of Chinese lanterns as you chow down on succulent satay sticks, tasty translucent dumplings and fragrant [...]

Opera High Tea at The Hughenden Hotel – La traviata

A delightful high tea paired with an intimate, fully costumed performance of Verdi’s sublime tragedy, La traviata, in a gracious Woollahra hotel steeped in history. Opera Bites, Sydney’s favourite boutique opera company has partnered with The Hughenden Boutique Hotel in Woollahra to bring you an elegant Opera High Tea. Sumptuous afternoon tea delights are paired [...]

Living Opera – La traviata

You are invited to Violetta’s sumptuous banquet in one of Sydney CBD’s most beautiful heritage listed dining rooms, for Living Opera – La traviata. Step into your own Grand Opera! Opera Bites, Sydney’s favourite boutique opera company has partnered with The Castlereagh Boutique Hotel to bring you an evening of costumed opera complete with a [...]

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