The smash hit comedy “Bad Jews”, brought to Sydney by Aleksandar Vass & Vass Theatre Group, is currently entertaining local audiences after playing in New York, London and Melbourne. 281 more words
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Théâtre Excentrique’s current production “7 Days in the Life of Simon Labrosse” is a splendid comedy with plenty of laughs from start to finish.
Brought to Australia for the first time, this humourous play is written by award-winning French Canadian playwright Carole Fréchette and directed by Anna Jahjah, Artistic Director of Théâtre Excentrique. 166 more words
Morris Iemma, the 40th Premier of New South Wales and freshly appointed by NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes as one of six district commissioners on the Greater Sydney Commission, the powerful new agency with the potential to shape the future structure of the city, recently hosted a special dinner to welcome Executive Chef, John Lanzafame, to MaZi Restaurant at the Lantern Club. 227 more words
Zaaffran, Indian for saffron, is a pioneer of refined Indian dining in Sydney. Offering a truly authentic blend of culturally rich cuisine from the Indian peninsula, their award winning chef, Vikrant Kapoor uses the freshest Australian produce, with a touch of his own alchemy. 259 more words
Performing at The Studio, Sydney Opera House on 19 & 20 May 2016 is “Water Angel”, the fourth production of Can You See Me? Theatre, an initiative of Cerebral Palsy Alliance that brings together people with complex disabilities and able-bodied professional actors, to create a theatre performance based on the life and experiences of people with disabilities. 224 more words