This Weekend in Sydney

Backyard Opera gives you a quick run-down of the best of what is happening in Sydney this weekend.


Watch: Spanish Film Fest

This weekend in Sydney there is plenty to sit and watch as the Spanish film festival celebrates its 20th event. If you are a fan of foreign films, and want to be taken on a Spanish journey, there is a stacked program of more than 38 features and spans from the 18th of April to the 7th of May.

For more information.

www.spanishfilmfestival.com


Shop: Precinct 75 Pop-up

From the 20th to the 22nd of April , Precinct 75 will be hosting a design pop up. The pop-up will be focused on handmade, one of pieces with popular brands such as Bailey Nelson, The Horse, Byron Bay Hanging Chairs, and textile maker Atolyia and printing Studio Quercus & Co. It will coincide with their monthly Saturday community markets, so you can shop the day away on a range of unique wares.

www.precinct75.com.au


Sip: Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog

In the modern age we live in, cocktail bars have reached such dizzying heights of notoriety that they now work around the world on tour. Lucky for us, the worlds best bar Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog will be holding a one night only event it the Baxter Inn. Dead Rabbi.t permanently located in lower Manhattan, will be showcasing their signature drinks and food items. So if you feel like tasting the best in the World, get a ticket and get down to the Baxter Inn.

www.eventbrite.com.au


View: Tom Blachford – Midnight Modern

Back by popular demand, Midnight Modern by Tom Blachford is showing at Black eye Gallery in Darlinghurst. Midnight Modern showcases the nostalgia and mid century luxury of Palm Springs.  The cinematic approach to capturing Cadillac’s and Palm trees is not to be missed.

blackeyegallery.com.au/exhibiting