Five Dock Soprano

July 22, 2019
25-year old Chloe Lankshear, was named as a Semi Finalist in Australia’s most prestigious classical singing competition.  Chloe spent a large chunk of her childhood in children’s choirs particularly the Gondwana children choir with which […]

Be a better parent/carer

July 22, 2019
Easy and engaging activities to enrich your child’s early learning at home. This hands-on workshop will provide tangible examples of activities, encourage engagement, encourage them to explore, be creative and problem solve, to highlight the importance […]

No Lights No Lycra turns 10

July 22, 2019
Free-form dance movement and global sensation, No Lights No Lycra, is turning 10 and to celebrate, Newtown locals are invited to attend the No Lights No Lycra 10th Birthday presented by Medibank. The celebration kicks off on […]

Calling all Writers….

July 22, 2019
You are invited to apply for Ashfield Sound Bites – a multi-platform, interactive ‘storybombing’ event, part of EDGE Ashfield. Emerging or established authors and writers are all eligible to submit proposals on the theme of […]

Your month in the Stars – August

July 13, 2019
Aries Your penchant for fun is heightened under the Mars transit. Throw yourself in adrenalin-pumping activities to release stored energy. Taurus Decisions around moving house, renovations or family issues are best made before 18 August […]

Scandinavian Film Festival top picks

July 12, 2019
Don’t be fooled by Sydney’s blue skies – it is winter out there. And what better way to enjoy the cold weather than inside a heated cinema – visiting countries much cooler than ours. You […]

Local cinemas this week

July 8, 2019
This teenage buddy movie screened at the Sydney Film Festival. Why? Booksmart The end-of-high-school romp, where the kids go wild/take drugs/drink themselves senseless/have sex and yet still learn something really significant about life is a […]

Ophelia giveaway

July 8, 2019
Based on the award-winning novel by Lisa Klein, Ophelia is a dynamic re-imagining of Shakespeare’s Hamlet told from an unexpected point of view. Set in the 14th century but spoken in a contemporary voice, Ophelia […]

Female of the Species

July 5, 2019
‘A priest … a murder, a crime scene set in an insane asylum and a young woman wrongly accused of murder or desperately in need of help?’ Interactive murder-mystery theatre doesn’t come more compelling than […]

50 years of cleaning up

July 5, 2019
City of Canada Bay local Bill Wallbank has volunteered his time cleaning up France Bay for the last 50 years. “Now part of the City of Canada Bay’s Love Your Place program, Bill Wallbank’s commitment […]
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