All posts tagged Sydney Opera House

Simply Ottolenghi

Yotam Ottolenghi is a world renowned chef, restaurateur and food author. While visiting Australia earlier this month, he mused on his Jerusalem upbringing, family recipes and the food that has inspired him with Rebecca Davis.

Summer showtime

THERE may be no greater joy than entering a fantastical chocolate-filled world of wonder with the eccentric Willy Wonka, endearing Grandpa Joe and enough toffee-apple trees to make your head spin. Enter a world of pure imagination with Melbourne-based actor Jake Fehily, who plays August Gloop in the upcoming production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at Sydney's Capitol Theatre, Sophie Deutsch reports.

Don’t cry for me, Argentina

Stepping back into Argentine society in the mid-1900s, two Jewish directors, plus two Jewish ensemble members, are bringing the iconic musical Evita to Australian audiences. Sophie Deutsch reports.

Ashkenazy tribute in oils

LEADING portrait artist Ralph Heimans this week unveiled his latest work at the Sydney Opera House, a portrait of legendary pianist and Sydney Symphony Orchestra chief conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy. Born