BYO Culture Guide August 27 - 31

Discover some of the most innovative theatrical performances happening across the city. With the opening of the Sydney Fringe Festival along with many other performances, Sydney is alive.


Fringe Ignite - Heat the Streets

A night of live music, performances and partying begins at the Fringe Club to launch the new Oxford Street Hub. This event is part of the Sydney Fringe festival and is curated by singer-songwriter Thelma Plum.

September 1
https://sydneyfringe.com/2018-program/feature-events-2018/2018/9/1/fringe-ignite
Multiple venues across Oxford Street


The Unexpected Guest

A thrilling tale by Agatha Christie, The Unexpected Guest asks who killed Richard Warwick when it appears that everyone had the desire to. With a brilliant cast, the Genesian Theatre Company will bring the mystery of this story to life.

Until September 2
https://www.facebook.com/events/2034064823510566/
Genesian Theatre
420 Kent St,
Sydney


Temporary Certainty

This exhibition considers geographies which are shaped by sudden shifts of historical change wrought by complex interventions in the greater Asian region. The exhibition features newly commissioned and existing works by Rushdi Anwar, Alana Hunt and Sarker Protick.

Opening August 30, 6 – 8pm
http://www.4a.com.au/exhibition-opening-temporary-certainty/
4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
181-187 Hay Street, Sydney


Ironbound by Martyna Majok

The recent recipient of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize, Ironbound is a play about the constant battle to eke out a modest existence as a woman at the bottom of the heap. It’s an exciting and enthralling drama about the women that we overlook in society.

August 31 – September 15
https://www.facebook.com/events/1033754436807612/
KXT bAKEHOUSE
Level 2,
244-248 William Street,
Potts Point