Latte Leftie – 304

May 30, 2017
Righteous Rightie weeps bitter, salty tears for the party once led by right-wing heroes such as John Howard and Tony Abbott Dear RR – I’m a battling bank executive on a modest 250K salary. Needless […]

Latte Leftie – 303

April 28, 2017
Latte Leftie embraces a new, cappuccino-coloured racial identity! Dear LL – Are you excited as me that, thanks to the pioneering efforts of blonde Montana farm girl turned cornrow-sporting Black History professor Rachel Dolezal (now […]

What’s On – 301

March 3, 2017
City of Canada Bay Seniors Festival 2017 3 – 12 March This years Seniors Festival theme is ‘Let’s Do More Together’, so in that spirit, let us tell you about some of the things you […]

What’s On – 300

February 17, 2017
International Women’s Day Twilight Supper We have come a long way when it comes to women’s rights but we still have far to go. International Women’s Day acknowledges both these facts; it is many things […]

Women Comedians

February 17, 2017
Confetti Gun Confetti Gun (pictured top) is probably the best thing since sliced bread. Eight improv comedians, who are famous around Sydney’s theatre sports traps, joined forces to take over what is still a male-dominated […]

Inner Best: Crash Test Dummies

November 25, 2016
Glebe residents, Maddie Parker and Jim Fishwick have been performing theatre sports for a decade, and yet in the national championships, the Cranston Cup – their team is billed as the “young guns”. Jim Fishwick […]

What’s on – 296

November 25, 2016
Spiegel’esque Part cabaret, part song and dance and part circus makes for one interesting night. Overall, Spiegel’esque is a cabaret, but not like any you have seen before. Including comedy and slapstick, the show is […]

Giveaways – 285

June 25, 2016
HOW TO ENTER: To enter any of our giveaways, just email us at info@ciaomagazine.com.au and let us know you’re reading online. Please include your name and address so your prize can reach you, as well […]

What’s On – 284

June 9, 2016
The Sydney Film Festival Comes to Newtown Hot on the heels of the Sydney Writer’s Festival, art punters may struggle to catch their breath before the esteemed Sydney Film Festival is up and running from […]

What’s On – 281

April 29, 2016
A Man Walks Into A Bar David Greary’s internationally acclaimed play A Man Walks Into A Bar will premiere in Sydney this April. An absurdist comedy that will strike a chord with anyone who has […]
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