Day: 14 April 2016

Comedy Review: Simon Cumming & Perri Cassie – Simon & Perri Go Large

April 14, 2016

Both Simon Cumming and Perri Cassie greeted the audience, all very much ready on stage, with some light chatter about the etiquette of introducing their show as they walked into the room at Grand Mecure, and then well… introduced us to their show through a unique little sketch-stylised bit. The sketch stuff was tossed aside from […]

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Cocktails & Canvas – creative fun with a good bunch of sips.

April 14, 2016

As we walked into Cocktails & Canvas, there is a weird sensation that passes over me – I’m not creative in the slightest. I’m just a budding journalist who types words down and speaks into a microphone, the idea of actually painting something just seems so far out that I’d freak out if I made […]

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Find out what exactly makes a man at Giant Dwarf with Peter Fitzsimmons, Joel Creasey and more.

April 14, 2016

What Makes A Man? is a panel discussion exploring masculinity, social pressures and meanings of attraction. The panel features some impressive personalities including renowned Australian journalist Peter Fitzsimmons, stand up comedian Joel Creasey, supermodel Kate Peck, and Nova’s entertaining radio personality Tim Blackwell, as well as I-Manifest founder Jo Pretyman. Chairing the panel is The Chaser’s funnyman […]

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Tella Balls Dessert Bar add Golden Gaytimes and Coco Pops inspired doughnuts alongside churro bowls (Sydney)

April 14, 2016

Now that the Tella Balls Dessert Bar is up and running at Dulwich Hill, eagerly pumping out nutella doughnuts and all types of nutella-inspired desserts to rabid customers, the Chefs have decided to introduce two limited edition versions of their actually world famous desserts. Playing around with childhood favourites, the team have designed The Golden […]

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Major artist-led event “FOOD Fight – The Battle for Food Security” heading to Liverpool’s Biggie Park (Sydney)

April 14, 2016

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA), Liverpool City Council and Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre have organised a major artist-led project in Liverpool, dubbed FOOD FIGHT – The Battle for Food Security, culminating in a major public event on Saturday, 30 April (5-8pm) at Bigge Park, Liverpool. The project, which aims to raise awareness about […]

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The Sydney Fair returns this May with Dior, Gaultier, and more on the lineup

April 14, 2016

The 4th annual Sydney Fair will be returning to the Entertainment Quarter at Moore Park from the 26th until the 29th May 2016. Fair-goers can expect stalls showcasing unique Art Deco, 20th Century and vintage pieces across fashion, jewellery, objects and interiors, from Australian and International exhibitors. Exclusive finds include a rare Fantoni figure, Emerald Art Deco engagement […]

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Krispy Kreme update range with classic American flavours including “Big Apple Pie” and “Campire S’Mores”

April 14, 2016

Ubiquitous doughnut purveyors Krispy Kreme are mixing up their new range of American Classic flavours with their love of 1950’s tunes, even drawing inspiration from vintage jukeboxes with the creation of a new type of limited-edition box, one which comes with a built-in Bluetooth speaker. Serenading your doughnuts is acceptable. Spotify have provided the brand […]

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Bar Machiavelli is the new modern Italian dining experience in Rushcutters Bay (Sydney)

April 14, 2016

Established Sydney CBD dining icon, Machiavelli Restaurant, has now opened its Rushcutters Bay counterpart on Neild Avenue in a warehouse-style venue. The new restaurant, Bar Machiavelli, is also run by original Machiavelli creator Paola Toppi and seeks to add the Rushcutter Bay’s popular Italian dining scene which already includes Popolo and ACME. The menu will feature […]

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