What's happening today
“We keep our noughties divas on high rotation: Mariah, Yoncé, Mary J, Gwen…” said Ash Maher and Jodie Fisher from No Lights No Lycra , when we asked the pair for a mixtape that would sum up their...
Look past the giant Christmas Tree – or after you’ve had a good gander – and you will find a winter wonderland filling the floors on Level 2 of the QVB bathed in silver light and dripping with...
When is a Christmas tree not a Christmas tree? When it is an art piece. At eight metres high and featuring more than 12,000 LED lights, World Square’s environmentally sustainable tree is quite certainly...
Events to look out for
Take a trail of Sydney’s Christmas lights and decorations ahead of the big day
Wondering where to begin? We've picked our top ten events for this year's fest
Sing along to Christmas classics at Sydney’s free concerts
Semi Permanent reveals its first nine speakers for 2015, including Noah Taylor, Patrick Clair and Ben Quilty
Ring in the new year at the biggest party Sydney has to offer
Christmas lunch is served and Santa makes an appearance to hand out presents to kids
Make nude ocean swimming your biggest brag of 2015
Swing through a curtain of water (without getting wet) at Sydney Festival
Fairs & Festivals in Sydney
Richard Roxburgh is the first creative director of a new blockbuster arts and entertainment festival
Clarkson, Hammond and May - plus a whole lot of motoring mayhem
Celebrate with friends, family and fireworks on Monday January 26
Keep an eye open for giant merinos, Bo Peep and knitting grannies
Classes & workshops in Sydney
Pull up your bobby socks: boogie-woogie is back in town
Improve poise, posture, pointe and plié at Sydney Dance Company
Scale the alpine regions of France, NZ or Japan - all before brekky!
Work-Shop now has double the space and double the fun
Talks & discussions in Sydney
Roxane Gay scoffs at the notion of ‘letting down the sisterhood’
Rise and shine, creative minds
TEDxSydney has become the biggest venue-wide event on the Sydney Opera House calendar
Is the idea of the work/life balance stacked against everyone?