The Adventure Continues

TT in the Blue Mountains and Sheldy in New York.

Culture Shock.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Back in Sydney

Kings Cross....old and new.
Aaah, my favourite building in Railway Square is in full bloom!
And Peter Alexander's pajamas are an acquired taste.
An ibis drinks from the El Alamein Fountain

Rushcutter's Bay Park is packed with picnicking footy kicking families.
Street art is thriving up in Katoomba in the Blue Mountains
and the new Barangaroo development at darling harbour is coming on a treat. If you're rich and can afford to live there.

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Well, this is posh!!

You are invited to join us for an exclusive fundraising event for
Hayes Theatre Co.


From the Tilbury to Times Square, take a trip through Tony Sheldon's illustrious career, told by the man himself and the legendary leading ladies who have been alongside him. Our special guests include:
Geraldine Turner, Genevieve Lemon, Chloe Dallimore and Toni Lamond
The evening will be hosted by David Campbell, directed by Trevor Ashley and musically directed by Michael Tyack - along with a special appearance by Max Lambert

Monday 10 October, 2016, 7:30pm
Drinks and canap├ęs from 6:30pm

Tickets: $200

Friday, September 2, 2016

Snug Harbour, Staten Island

So this is what we found today, after a two hour subway-ferry-bus ride: the Snug Harbor Cultural Centre in Staten Island made up of museums, botanical gardens, theatres, colleges and cafes. Really lovely.

We were very taken with the Chinese Scholar's Garden
Here's a video taste of how peaceful it is.

Saint Francis of Afishi
This may be may favorite sign ever. Or my new drag name.

Then there was the Connie Gretz Secret Garden
The secret being that it was an endless maze from which we could not escape without crashing through the shrubs like crazed wrestlers.
And there was a beautiful Healing Garden dedicated to Staten Island's victims of 9/11.
A lovely discovery and somewhere we would bring visitors from out of town.