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October 5, 2013
 It’s Hay Fever Season For lovers of classic comedy, this satire of high society life will have you in stitches. Written by Noël Coward at the tender age of 24 and first performed in 1925, […]

Burwood Festival – Sunday 22nd September

September 19, 2013
Welcome from the Mayor Welcome to the 2013 Burwood Festival, the largest spring celebration in Sydney’s Inner West. Burwood Festival 2013 looks to be one of the biggest yet with X-Factor Winner Samantha Jade headlining […]

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September 19, 2013
Thesp Overload This year’s Sydney Fringe Festival features the biggest line up of performances yet, with over 300 shows on offer in venues throughout the Inner West. Newtown’s New Theatre is just one of those […]

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September 5, 2013
Jurassic Lounge goes extinct Everyone’s fave after-hours museum shindig is back this month for its final season – don’t miss out! Jurassic Lounge: Extinction will run every Tuesday night from 6pm at the Australian Museum; […]

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August 23, 2013
The mother of all journeys Premiering at the King St Theatre, Lifeforce is the latest musical offering by Joanna Weinberg, known for this year’s feel-good film Goddess and The Piano Diaries show, now in it’s […]

Footprints Ecofestival 2013

August 13, 2013
Don’t miss this year’s Footprints Ecofestival to be held on August 25th at Whites Creek Valley Park, Annandale. The festival will be bursting with things to see, do and learn with a jam-packed program of […]

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August 9, 2013
Mother’s little helper Hispanic Artistic Expression is presenting the exciting new theatrical production of Argentine dramedy, Conversations with Mother. Don’t miss the Australian premiere, showing at La Sala in Rozelle. Adapted by Catalan playwright Jordi […]

Buon Ferragosto 2013!

July 26, 2013
Held annually in August, this year’s Ferragosto celebrations are changing things up a bit by going green. There will be all the same food, entertainment and stalls you would expect but all with a focus […]

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July 25, 2013
Russian Film Festival The tenth annual Russian Film Festival will hit Sydney this month showcasing plenty of cinematic brilliance. Featuring everything from comedies to documentaries and thrillers, this festival is one of the largest outside […]

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July 12, 2013
Romeo and Juliet “Two households. Both alike in dignity. In fair Cronulla.” This is the beginning of veteran director Stephen Wallace’s exciting modern Aussie take on the Shakespearean classic, Romeo + Juliet. With the backdrop […]
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