BYO Culture Guide December 3 - 9

As the year comes to a close, why not celebrate the joy and excitement of 2018 with some upbeat comedy and inspiring art. This week is all about the kinds of performance that makes you feel better for having left the house!


The Derryn Hinch Justice league: The one where they go to prison

Rogue parliamentarian Derryn Hinch is back in jail after being arrested on Cate Blanchett’s Space Hotel for crimes that his clone committed. The Derryn Hinch Justice League is perhaps Australia’s finest, or singular, live radio satire.

December 5

https://www.facebook.com/events/1625047780928372/
Giant Dwarf
199 Cleveland St, Redfern
6.30pm


Gravity System Response

Ash Keating is renowned for using fire extinguishers to project and move paint around on walls, and she will be creating her first public work in Sydney. Keating will be transforming an otherwise unremarkable corner of Sydney into a loud and visually arresting installation.

December 5-6

https://www.artandabout.com.au/projects/gravity-system-response/
The Domain


Better than Lego

The Old Fitz Theatre presents three completely different comedy shows on three vary different subject matters by young rising comedians. On Thursday, December 6 - Sexy Night, Friday, December 7 - Stranger Bits and Saturday, December 8- Mrs Chapman’s Year 3 Christmas Talent Show.

December 6-8

https://www.facebook.com/events/539604566503740/
Red Line Productions at the Old Fitz Theatre
129 Dowling Street, Woolloomooloo
10pm


Shangela Is Shook!

Drag queen and Rupaul’s Drag Race contestant Shangela has had cameos on Glee, 2 Broke Girls, Bones and many more shows and is now bringing her one woman show to Australia. This spectacle will also include performances from her incredible dancers that have accompanied her throughout the tour.

December 8

https://www.seymourcentre.com/events/event/shangela-is-shook/
Seymour Centre
Cnr City Road and Cleveland Street
7.30pm