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Digital love letters to Bondi Beach

To celebrate/commiserate what was an empty 2020 Festival calendar, we asked some of our favourite Festival artists to share a video tribute to our beloved Bondi. Warm your cockles with these uniquely-Bondi love-letters, featuring Gillian Cosgriff, Laser Kiwi, Sabrina D’Angelo, Matthew Whittet, Dazza and Keif and other surprise artists.

Dazza & Keif

Our boiz Dazza and Keif are busy training for their next breakdance battle for when COVID is over. They take a break for a burrito snack and to reminisce on being at Bondi a year ago.

CONTENT WARNING: This comedy video is probably not one for the kids.

⭐️ Dazza & Keif

Matthew Whittet

Much loved writer and actor Matthew Whittet lived on Curlewis Street in the late 90s. This is a shout out to the past, a search for the ghost of a duck that haunts him still – but was it actually real?

⭐️ Matthew Whittet

Nicole Pingon & Chemon Theys

We’ve all wanted to bust out a boogie on Bondi Beach right? Festival darlings Nicole Pingon and Chemon Theys grabbed a uke, laced up their tap shoes, and did just that.

⭐️ Nicole Pingon, Chemon Theys 🖌Emma Maree

Laser Kiwi

Festival legends Laser Kiwi rate Bondi’s most obscure gems, dishing out a massive 50,000,000 kiwi points!!!

⭐️ Laser Kiwi 


Have you ever heard the story about the fallen angel and the quirky mermaid? No? Well, let ventriloquist, comedian and rakugo artist Showko explain what love at first sight looks like.

⭐️ Showko

Gillian Cosgriff

Comedy maestro and pilates disciple Gillian Cosgriff has some handy hints for keeping active this winter.

⭐️ Gillian Cosgriff

Sabrina D’Angelo

In our first love letter to Bondi, Sabrina D’Angelo brings the gals of the Bondi Beach Figure Skating League together to spin some magic for you. Have an ice time!

⭐️ Madeline Baghurst, Caitlin Doyle, Sabrina D’Angelo 📷 Jack Mounsey

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