This Hare Krishna-run house is a safe haven from the evening antics of nearby Kings Cross. Attend a meditation class in the lotus room and feast on a vegetarian dinner in time for a late session in the boutique cinema. They show the latest films, so try to stay awake after you kick off your shoes and sink in to their dangerously comfy lounges.
112 Darlinghurst Rd
- Call this actors’ duet sentimental and simplistic at your own peril. Green Book may well move you, possibly to tears, at the thought of real social change and kindness (at a time when we need it badly). Something of a reverse Driving Miss Daisy,...Read more
- If you’re a filmmaker who isn’t Armando Iannucci, maybe sit the next election cycle out on the evidence of this toothless, if diverting, political comedy. Its set-up already feels a bit passé: Bob Odenkirk plays a dim US President whose only qua...Read more
- The afterlife has rarely been quiet for Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, who died young in 1991 after a flurry of creativity. First came Wayne’s World, with Mike Myers head-banging to Queen’s 1975 hit 'Bohemian Rhapsody'. Then came a massive trib...Read more
- Review by Joshua Rothkopf “Prepare for war,” someone who knows Latin will tell you, if you ask about that subtitle, though it’s hardly necessary intel: in these gloriously dumb – but remarkably well-staged – gun-fu flicks, the war is already he...Read more