London’s Ministry of Sound is coming to Sydney

Ministry of Sound night club the ivy merivale

London’s iconic Ministry of Sound Club has today announced it will be coming to Sydney, with Ministry of Sound Club Australia set to launch on Saturday 10 June. Cue freak out. It will be taking over Sydney’s ivy every Saturday night and feature a brand new sound system and a clubbing experience like no other in […]

Daniel Wellington made super stylish Swedish watches

Daniel Wellington watches 1

It’s not often that a person has such a profound impact on another that their life, story, character and style is transcribed into a product that is likely to outlast the span of their lifetime. That is unless of course your name is Daniel Wellington and you happened across a Swede by the name of […]

3 spots in your home you always forget to clean

Clean home house interior

Most of the readers would agree that it is beyond difficult to live in an unclean space. As a result, most of us clean our homes as thoroughly as possible. Not only an unclean living space would bring about negativity, it also has the potential to develop into the source of a number of health […]

Hendricks has awakened and you need a bottle

Hendricks gin Awakening

Gin & Sin have always been a pigeon pair synonymous with making any evening a memorable one. But Hendrick’s is putting something more than just a tonic finish and a cucumber garnish in their highly prestigious dry gin. Now, they’re looking to awaken cocktail connoisseurs everywhere, with their weekend long immersive theatre event aptly named […]

Where to go for a drink in Sydney during Negroni Week 2017

Negroni

Negroni week is back! The time has come to can that drinking ban. In its fifth year, the week-long international charity initiative will take place from 5-11 June, with bars, clubs and restaurants from across the world coming together over the classic Negroni cocktail – the one and only iconic mix of Campari, gin and red vermouth – […]

Drink gay: Sparkke launches bubbles in a can for marriage equality

On the day of  International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia, The Sparkke Change Beverage Company announced that it is adding to its range with an innovative new product. It’s White Wine Bubbles cans are a a fruit driven fizz in a can that wears the message ‘Say I Do!’ in support of marriage equality. Eat that, Liberals. […]

A different way to enjoy Negronis at Fretelli Fresh

Fratelli Fresh Negroni cocktail drink Sydney 2

What are you doing this Negroni week? If “going to Fratelli Fresh” was on the cards, then you made a right choice. There’s nothing quite like Negroni, a bittersweet balance of gin, Campari and vermouth. Of course, though, the concept takes on a different angle when it’s poured from a tap, taking the quick-serve attitude […]

COMA Gallery “Screen of Flesh” exhibition

Screen of flesh artwork 2

At Rushcutter Bay’s own boutique gallery COMA, the months of May and June will boast a series of works revolving around the interpretation of the human form and condition in the exhibit “A Screen of Flesh”. Curated by gallery owner Soti Sotirou, each work compliments one another in its mutual ability to amplify qualities of […]

Italian food at Da Mario is the greatest Sydney has to offer

Da Mario pizza Italian

You walk in, it’s simple, sunlit and central. Everything is wood, raw, revealed and easy. The waiters wear casual blacks and the industrial styled interiors immediately put you at ease. That is Da Mario. It’s an Italian restaurant in Sydney that puts the quality of its food do the talking. And it has a lot to say. […]

Where to holiday outside of capital cities

Prijeko Palace

There’s nothing better than a cultural city break somewhere new, whether it’s a long weekend away with friends or loved ones, or part of a bigger trip. If you love exploring on foot, soaking up city sights, learning the history of a new destination and trying local cuisine there is no shortage of incredible cities […]

‘King Roger’ by Opera Australia in Melbourne was a sensation

King Roger Opera Australia THE F head

After stunning audiences with a modern, vivid adaptation of Carmen, Opera Australia continues to wow this season with King Roger with its second run of performances in Australia since first taking to the Joan Sutherland Theatre in Sydney earlier this year. Read about that here. This 1926 opera in three acts by Polish composer Karol Szymanowski […]

‘Don’t Tell’ movie is one to see

Movie theatre

Don’t Tell is being called Australia’s Spotlight, and it’s not difficult to see why. Based on a true story, the film depicts the woman known as Lyndal bringing forward a sexual assault case in 2001 against the prestigious Anglican school in Toowoomba where she suffered horrific abuse. Don’t Tell is rare in its accurate portrayal […]