ABO and Brandenburg Choir, will perform George F Handel’s Coronation Anthems and Music for the Royal Fireworks 4 July – 4 August in Sydney, Brisbane & Melbourne
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra with Circa the contemporary circus will showcase movement, theatre and music in May at Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Brisbane
A Month of Sundays, a novel by Liz Byrski, is about 4 women in their 60s and 70s, Ros, Adele, Judy and Simone, all members of an Online book club for ten+ years
Australians in summer embrace French chic, style and culture at a French Market in Adelaide and So Frenchy So Chic festivals in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney
Win One of Ten Double Passes in our Giveaway to God’s Own Country, a British drama featuring Josh O’Connor and Alec Secareanu as two young men who fall in love
A tenor with a golden voice Roberto Alagna is coming to Australia in July offering a trio of concerts in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane with guest Siobhan Stagg
Announcing the name of the closing film for the Emirates British Film Festival 2014, to be held 5th to 26th November, 2014 at the Palace Cinemas, is a great way to go. The Imitation Game stars the super sleuth and rock star actor, Benedict Cumberbatch with British darling Keira Knightly,…
My favourite trio of boutique museums, the Nicholson Museum Sydney, Musée du Moyen Age Paris & John Soane Museum, London, offer a unique experience for visitors
Great news for Hobart Baroque, Opera Australia and those nominated for the 2014 Helpmann Awards to be presented on August 18th, 2014 at Capitol Theatre, Sydney
Castor & Pollux the opera is a crowning achievement of French Baroque music. The Pinchgut Opera at Sydney presents this marvellous piece on 6, 8, 9 & 10 December 2012 at the City Recital Hall Angel Place, Sydney. By French master composer Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764) it is surely the greatest…
The beautiful sound of music produced by Italy’s unique ensemble iMusici will be sure to nurture the inner well-being of many Australians at Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane in February 2012. You will just have to be there.
The InForum Group, run by two key lifestyle Sydney based professional industry figures Jenny Garber and Fiona Coogan, will present special guest speaker fashion and travel journalist Marion Hume as the business community gets back into gear to start the 2012 year.
Sydney in Spring: fashion, flowers and fauna; art, antiques, design and style Remember how theoretically technology was supposed to make our lives easier? In practice it tends to make our lives more complicated. This paradox has led many to embrace simplicity. Arriving at Sydney airport recently as I traversed the…
Naturalist and botanist Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820) advised Australia’s first Governor Phillip about what plants to take to New South Wales to sustain pioneering troops and convicts. He advised they could be obtained en route. Taking corn and wheat seed from England at the Cape of Good Hope Phillip gathered…
Sydney is amazing really. It never fails to engender me with a new sense of hope. It’s something in the air here. The people are confident, sure of their own worth and surging ahead, embracing change, which as in any progressive society is constant. They don’t look back as much as they look forward, trying to build on tradition while imagining and inventing the new.