BYO Culture Guide April 29 – May 5

This week is about celebrating the old and the new. As younger artists draw inspiration from those who have come before and reinterpret the classics, the line between the old and the new is ever more blurred.

Confetti Gun: Wives and Mothers

The acclaimed improv troupe Confetti Gun will play all the character archetypes of women and more. This will be a fantastic display of their improv mastery.

May 2, 4 & 5
The Factory Theatre
105 Victoria Road, Marrickville

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The Tempest

The Tempest is a symphonic vision of forgiveness, discovery and self-discovery. Sport for Jove will be bringing back The Tempest to engage audiences and change their understanding of Shakespeare.

May 3 - 11
Seymour Centre
Cnr City Road and Cleveland Street, Chippendale

PACT Salon: Dark & Lite™

This one-night collection of new works presents all the works in light and darkness. Curated by Georgia Cranko and Steve Wilson-Alexander, the salon will not only host the works, but ask audience to think about how these works are presented.

May 4
107 Railway Pde, Erskineville

MCA Zine Fair 2019

This fair aims to showcase zines, small press and comics from around the country, with over 100 creators on display. This mini-festival also includes a stellar line-up of talks and creative workshops.

May 5
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
140 George Street, The Rocks