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THE LADY AND THE UNICORN FRENCH TAPESTRIES

One of the most famous masterpieces of medieval art, “The Lady and the Unicorn”, is now on exclusive display in Australia at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, through a loan from the collection of the Musée de Cluny- Musée national du Moyen Âge in Paris. 262 more words

TRAVELLING NORTH

Australian playwright, David Williamson’s “Travelling North” is a wonderful start to the Genesian Theatre’s 2018 list of exciting plays.

Directed by Sahn Millington, this delightful play that is both funny and sad, is based on the true story of David Williamson’s own mother-in-law, who found new love in later life. 203 more words

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UPDATING YOUR WILL

Marriage equality is now law, so with the prospect of increasing numbers of those in love rushing off to the altar, the NSW Trustee & Guardian has issued some timely words of advice about making sure a person’s Will is up to date if their relationship status changes. 148 more words

FLICKERFEST SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

Flickerfest, the annual international short film festival that has been wowing audiences for 27 years at Sydney’s famous Bondi Beach, as well as at venues all round Australia, is currently playing at the Bondi Pavilion until 21 January 2018. 158 more words

“VICTORIA & ABDUL” ON BLU-RAY, DVD & DIGITAL

Queen Victoria, perhaps England’s most interesting monarch, lead an extraordinary life throughout her remarkable reign that began at eighteen and ended sixty-three years later, in an era that was constantly changing. 231 more words

MASTERPIECES FROM THE RIJKSMUSEUM

The first major exhibition of Dutch masters in Sydney, featuring 78 exceptional works of art from Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum, including a room dedicated to Rembrandt, is on display at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. 390 more words

BLOODY MURDER

The Genesian Theatre’s current production of “Bloody Murder” is a very entertaining combination of comedy and murder mystery. Written by Ed Sala, this play will have the audience guessing “who dunnit” right from the start. 150 more words