Are the lockout laws working?
Are we saving lives but sacrificing jobs?
Can Sydney be a vibrant international tourist destination if our streets aren't safe?
Are we all being made to pay for a few people's mistakes?
Last month thousands took to the streets to protest against the lockout laws, while a Facebook post on the subject by State Premier Mike Baird drew over 15,000 heated responses.
Now, with Queensland about to adopt similar legislation, the controversy is bound to spread even further.
For the first time, Marc Fennell leads a panel bringing the key players of this contentious issue. Doctors, protestors, politicans, and local residents will hammer out the issues face to face in front of an audience at a Kings Cross pub.
On the panel:
Tyson Koh, the rally organiser of Keep Sydney Open
Tony Grabs, a surgeon at King' Cross' closest hospital, St Vincents
Senator David Leyonhjelm, NSW Senator for the Liberal Democratic Party
Anthony Lynham, Queensland Minister for State Development and facial reconstructive surgeon