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NEW CANON PHOTO GALLERY AT HYATT REGENCY

Hyatt Regency Sydney and Canon Australia have collaborated in the opening of “The Gallery”, located in the Hotel’s Heritage Bar, a whitewashed airy space fronting Sussex Street, that will feature photographic works from a selection of the country’s premier photographers. 159 more words

FIGARO AT THE GENESIAN

Fast paced dialogue plus a convoluted story full of intrigue, keeps the audience alert and on the edge of their seats, while watching the Genesian Theatre’s latest production. 241 more words

MY FAIR LADY RETURNS

After a record breaking season last year, the 60th anniversary revival of Lerner & Loewe’s “My Fair Lady” is now playing at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre for a limited return season. 259 more words

ROOFTOP DINING AT EAST VILLAGE DARLINGHURST

A touch of European winter has arrived in Darlinghurst at the East Village Hotel where over 4,000 fairy lights adorn the Winter Garden themed rooftop restaurant located on the hotel’s Terrace Bar, which also offers an added bonus of magnificent views of the Sydney city lights. 350 more words

STEP INSIDE THE DISCO WORLD OF VELVET

VELVET, billed as “A Divine Discotheque Circus” is currently exciting Sydney theatregoers at the Roslyn Packer Theatre, Walsh Bay. This ARIA nominated and award winning hit show has announced that due to popular demand, its Sydney season will be extended for a further two weeks and will run until Sunday 20 August. 139 more words

DMITRY SINKOVSKY: THE SINGING VIOLIN

A magical evening of music which had the audience clamouring for more was performed at the City Recital Hall in Angel Place recently when The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra welcomed back Russian violinist, Dmitry Sinkovsky, one of the world’s most dynamic young baroque music stars, for a return season. 241 more words

LISA WILKINSON PORTRAIT WINS PACKING ROOM PRIZE

Prior to the announcement of the Archibald Prize winner each year, I always look forward to learning which painting receives the honour of being awarded the Packing Room Prize. 324 more words