Every Thursday of March, galleries and cultural precincts across Sydney will be holding late night exhibitions and parties for Art at Night. A major part of Art Month, running from the 1st – 25th of March, Art at Night allows for an exploration of some of Sydney’s best spaces and artists, combined with some spectacular parties.
Sydney’s schedule is heating up, with Chinese New Year and Mardi Gras events starting this weekend throughout the city. Eat, drink and search your way through Sydney with plenty of tantalising and intriguing options that’ll help keep that Valentine’s Day high all the way to Monday.
Sometimes Sydney is so big of a place that we forget all the amazing places and things to eat, see and do. This weekend, go back to some of Sydney’s iconic venues such as the Entertainment Quarter, Taronga Zoo and Carriageworks, for a whole range of bites, pictures and sounds to explore.
For the latest installment commemorating his untimely death a line-up of artists, DJ’s and musicians from Sydney will be paying homage to the man who shaped a new sound for Hip Hop that inspired beatsmiths, MCs and music lovers around the globe.
The sun was hot and the music loud as Client Liaison took to the Coogee Pavilion DJ decks on Sunday February 4th. Drinks in hand, the crowd grooved and boogied to a mix only Client Liaison could produce.
This weekend marks the beginning of February and brings with it the promise of an exciting month. From a day trip to the blue mountains to a trip down the Oscars nomination list, and all the fun, festivities and food in between, its shaping up to be a pretty good weekend in Sydney indeed.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras will be lighting up Carriageworks with its Sissy Ball, Sydney’s biggest vogue ball, on the 24th of February as a part of the plethora of Mardi Gras celebrations hitting the town in Feb.
This weekend, Sydney invites you to travel to another world and escape your everyday. Relive your childhood dreams (or nightmares) or take a peek inside barbershops abroad. If you don’t need an escape from the new year just yet, then there’s plenty to eat, drink and see in the comfort of your own city.
Client Liaison are bringing all their glitz and glamour to the Sunday Sundown sessions at Coogee Pavilion this February. With four inspiring afternoons on the Coogee Pav turntables, the spectacular duo will bring their iconic sound and style to provide a soundtrack to the final month of summer.
With Sydney Festival running throughout the month, there are a stack of events and sideshows to get around and see. Combine that with a few lazy drinking sessions and massive art installations and you’ve got yourself another weekend in Sydney.
This weekend is the mad rush before Christmas where you’re trying to get everything in before the festivities kick off. You can shop, eat, eat some more or catch a movie in the outdoors right up until Xmas eve.
Ricardo's has got you sorted for the best underground house party in Newtown. Summer is upon us in the innawest's best ultimate underground dancefloor pleasure bunker: Tokyo Sing Song, under the Marly on King Street.
The year is rapidly coming to a close, and with so much to do in so little time here is a list of the best things to do this weekend in Sydney. You can Shop the big design market, enjoy a free festival, take a drive and view some art, or pig out on some Ramen.
Playing off the back of a 23-day US tour, Alison Wonderland has returned down under with a horror-themed Wonderland Scarehouse Project which will be executed in Australia’s haunted farmlands starting this November.
Need a Monday blues refreshment? Held every Monday night at The Basement located in Sydney’s Circular Quay brings together a live performance of talented local and international artists for a weekly edition of The Monday Jam.
There’s plenty to do this Weekend with a few good opportunities to explore the city you live in. There are stories to be told, laughs to be had and buildings to explore, It’s going to be a good one Sydney.
The Weekend before Halloween, as expected brings with it a Halloween inspired parties, however if it’s not quite your thing, there is a stack of food and art celebrations and film festivals that’ll keep things interesting this weekend in Sydney.
This year we’re turning Eliza Street and Newtown Square into our very own street party to celebrate the culinary wonderland that is Newtown. With over 30 stallholders, live music, kids entertainment, and local artists you can look forward to degustation of local food, drinks, music and art.
Join film critic and curator Kiki Fung for a talk about the subversive Japanese director Seijun Suzuki (1923-2017), who represented a rebellious – sometimes even anarchist – spirit post the classical era in Japanese cinema.
It’s the long weekend, so if you happen to be sticking around Sydney, here is a list of things to do. Make the most of it with Sydney Architecture Festival, Rosè Festival at the harbour or a bit of brunch. Enjoy the long weekend Sydney.
As usual, there are a multitude of events going on around Sydney. Here at BYO we’ve picked out a few you might want to get involved in. Get out, support your neighbours and have a good weekend in Sydney.
My photographic self-portrait series "The Chronic Diaries" is currently being exhibited at the Sydney Fringe Festival's HPG Festival Hub, and I am going to be hosting a Meet The Artist Event at the exhibition while I am in Sydney this weekend.
What do you want to do this Weekend? You should get out there and make the most of it, with Busby’s Bar showing off the beautiful harbour, Sydney Underground Film Festival getting weird and wonderful and the Round She Goes Indoor Market returning for Spring, there’s plenty on this weekend in Sydney.
There’s a stack of things to do this weekend, here are a few of the best things happening that you might have missed. Anything from Kite-Flying to Spice Girl singing, Sydney continues to dish up the goods for another weekend.
Hey all you Grubs. There is another month of good eating to be had in Sydney, featuring a stack of food and drink events to attend and gorge yourself on, ranging from all day food festivals, cultural spectacles and afternoons of wine tasting. Check out what’s on below.
This week in Sydney it’s a damn smorgasbord of music for your keen little ears. Amy Shark plays at the Oxford Art Factory (she’ll probably play Adore in the encore), the exuberant Vera Blue is hitting up The Beery in Terrigal, The Preatures are performing with Polish Club at the Enmore Theatre, and indie-darling Fazerdaze comes all the way from America to perform at our humble Lansdowne Hotel.
Get ready to heat the street in our biggest FRINGE IGNITE ever. Our annual opening celebration will close Kensington St for the day to launch our Festival Village. The street, shopfronts, bars and restaurants will be filled with live music and performance across 9 different stages. THIS EVENT IS COMPLETELY FREE.
This weekend in Sydney there are a host of events happening around the city, with a lot of food to be eaten, films to be watched, exhibitions to see and booze to be drunk make sure you get around and see the best of what’s to offer this weekend in Sydney.
This weekend is a cross-cultural smorgasbord, with a bunch of stuff to do, ranging from checking out Sydney’s music scene, to a Japanese cherry blossom festival, an Italian street party and an Arabic film festival. It’s as multicultural as it gets, and that’s how we like our weekends in Sydney.
Here to disrupt your incoming-summer-shred is Good Food Month presented by Citi which returns to Sydney this October. The event will see the city will be overrun by over 180 delicious events, seminars and chef-collabs. It’s a huge month celebrating the excellent dining scene we have in this country.
If you love tea, don't miss this event! Spend the day wandering around a tea market that features dozens of specialty and artisan tea stalls. You'll discover teas and tisanes of all kinds from all over the world as you make your way around the stalls with your tea tasting cup in hand.
In what is arguably, the spiritual home for brunch, Bondi’s Cami Kitchen is an honest offering that has a familial, local feel about it. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Campbell Parade, is the small, light and breezy shop that echoes the seaside themes of Bondi.
THE PUBLIC BODY .02 brings together the work of over forty artists and collectives from the 1970s to the present, integrating the archival and the contemporary to draw connections between works across decades.
Go and enjoy the teenage angst of Dying Adolescence at Waywards, Newtown this week, or if you like to thrash and growl then make sure to catch Michael Crafter at Beatdisc Records in Parramatta. The ever-popular, ever-catchy Montaigne is taking charge of the Metro Theatre, while Byron faves The Babe Rainbow are bringing their unique brand of 70s pop rock to The Lansdowne Hotel.
What do you want to do this weekend? Here’s a quick look at the best of what Sydney has to offer. With everything from over-the-top pork dedicated barbecues, to learning everything you could imagine about the universe. There’s plenty on offer this weekend in Sydney.
There’s only one more month between you and the end of winter. Luckily, Grub has you covered with the best food events of the month. It’s proven that you can self-medicate the winter blues with a bit of wine and chocolate. Just a taste of what’s on this month.
This weekend in Sydney has events for your green thumb gardener, to your art critic and everything in between. There’s a gluten free expo, for my gluten free friends and a dog show for my four legged friends. It’s another weekend in Sydney.
Under the guise of persistent, yet slowly loosening lockout laws Sydney is alive and well with live music. Catch American indie-rockers, Real Estate at the Metro Theatre, or if folk with an Australian twang is more your feel, try staple singer-songwriter Josh Pyke at the Enmore Theatre. Promising up-and-comer, Vera Blue, is due to perform at the Metro Theatre too, on the back of her latest album release, ‘Perennial’. Be sure to support your local acts and venues too! With bluesy fem-trio, Swamp Fat Jangles. This and more this week in Sydney!
Sydney is meant to be in for a stellar weekend of clear and abnormally sunny weather. Don’t waste it, get out and about and see what’s on offer, with a range of shopping, music and wine events to experience, it’s sure to be a stand out Weekend in Sydney.
Rosebery is steadily carving a name for itself as a tidy little food precinct. With locals such as Black Star Pastry, Mentmore & Morley and the Saporium complex you might think that the addition of another café in the area may feel laboured. However Raed Malas, owner of Morley Eats isn’t a rookie in the hospitality industry and knows exactly what he is getting himself in to.
HAIM will grace the Enmore Theatre this coming week, while America’s Julien Baker is set to swoon audiences at The Factory Theatre. The Lansdowne continues to deliver with Death Bells on the 21st, followed by the bluesy wiles of Steve Smyth on the 27th.
This Weekend in Sydney is a chance to spoil yourself. Nobody does indulgence like us, so here’s your chance. There are huge fashion sales, brunch-time jams and cheese tasting events in the middle of one of the world’s greatest harbours, I think you’re set for another Weekend in Sydney.
Prepare to rock out with this week with the Queens of the Stone Age, or dance is more your thing, then don’t worry because the Bag Raiders are in town to play that hectic hit, ‘Shooting Stars’. HAIM are also in town, along with Bishop Briggs.
This weekend in Sydney is your last chance to catch a few events around Sydney, with Ice Skating in Sydney and the Turkish Film Festival coming to a close. However if you don’t make it there will be plenty of local action to get around to.
Ahead of the Bastille Day: Food, Wine and Art revolution, Grub caught up with Remi Noubel, sommelier and presenter of the Tour de France master classes held by Pepin wines and United Cellars at Customs House Circular Quay
What do you want to do this weekend? Sydney has an ever-surprising catalogue of events to choose from; everything from Ice Skating to a Hot tub Cinema. It’s just a taste of what’s on offer this weekend in Sydney.
This week Sydney is alight with tonnes of rocking, grooving and thumping live acts to enjoy. Catch ‘Electric Lady’, a showcase of some of Australia’s best female talent from Gretty Ray to Bec Sandridge, as well as interviews with ...
Keep Sydney Open and eastside Sydney are taking over seven of Kings Cross’s nightlife venues for a full precinct festival. The team are trying their best to revitalise the nightlife in the cross, to help they’ve given you access to parties across Kings Cross Hotel.
The Reuben Sandwich is an international phenomenon. It’s a sandwich that has captured the imaginations of people across the world. Yoji Mastumoto, of Reuben Republic is no stranger to the sandwich’s allure.
This week we continue to celebrate the glorious resurrection of The Lansdowne Hotel with a sold out show by The Delta Riggs. Tom Stephens (of Julia Jacklin) performs at Rad Bar in Wollongong, and post-punk outfit, Mere Women, will be performing tunes from their boomingly spacious EP, ‘Big Skies’, at Marrickville’s Red Rattler.
Bacco is the real champion of control, with the kitchen boasting two in house, roman born bakers, and Cibej himself in the kitchen as executive chef and ex-Movida Scott Williams. Everything is really thought about, and aren’t really done like this anymore.
This week Sydney is set to groove with live shows from All Our Exes Live in Texas, The Pinheads, as well as some local shows from July Morning, The Owls, and Green Buzzard; not to mention performances from 90s heartthrobs Hanson and the ‘Women in Electronic Music Showcase’ occurring as part of Vivid.
Sydney continues to sizzle under the lights of Vivid, with rounds of Speed dating, talks about Feminism; The TED Talks make a return to Sydney and it wouldn’t be a weekend without some sort of dining event, luckily Carriageworks is bringing the heat on a wintery weekend in Sydney.
In 2014, Jillian Butler opened her corner-shop-cakery, “Jillians Cakery”, in Surry Hills. After years of hesitation and deliberation, she finally built up the courage to “put her money where her mouth is.”
Vivid is well underway with plenty of things to see and do around the city this weekend. There are celebrations in ‘The Cross’, food pop-ups and plenty of Art to see. Here is just a snapshot of this weekend in Sydney.
Vivid is well underway with plenty of things to see and do around the city this weekend. There are celebrations in ‘The Cross’, food pop-ups and plenty of Art to see. Here is just a snapshot of this weekend in Sydney.
There are three things that Sydney-siders hold near and dear: The Harbour, Coffee and Booze. The Mr Black Espresso Martini Festival managed to combine all of our great loves in to one caffeine-stacked event.
This weekend marks the start of Vivid, one of Sydney’s biggest annual festivals. If big isn’t your style, then maybe try a bit of art, or a local wine event. There is plenty to see and do in another weekend in Sydney.
If dreams come true for owner Ash Houghton, District will be whatever the community wants it to be. The locally focused café has applications for both later trading and to serve booze all in an effort to hopefully become an all-encompassing space for whoever wants to use it.
With World Class Cocktail week descending upon Sydney, there are plenty of opportunities to sip away at some interesting events across Sydney. Combine that with a range of great activities and days away makes for another great weekend in Sydney.
Mr Glasses Creative celebrated their launch with a bespoke street art festival for 200 guests across fashion, art, lifestyle and advertising at an off the beaten track warehouse location in Alexandria.
Sad by Sad West is a fringe festival that is about connecting community and art through embracing emotion in music and in life. Presented by Lesstalk records and Papaiti Records, it is an attempt to connect the community through shared ideas and values represented in art and music.
Starting tomorrow, Brisbane food truck favourites, King of the Wings, will be delighting Sydney chicken-lovers with a week-long pop-up at the Observer Hotel in The Rocks, featuring five of their finger-licking flavours.
Industrial warehouse conversions have a tendency to be a little sterile, or trite and over worked. However with streams of natural light pouring in through the roof of this old gem polishing warehouse, Bar No.5 seems to overcome this.
What are Neighbourhood Goods? They are the corner stores that are community cornerstones. They are the little butchers, delis, grocers that have been integral parts of the community for as long as the community has been there.
Sometimes you want a classic cheeseburger with a bit of Middle Eastern shawarma mixed in. If something like that tickles your fancy then get down to Backyard Opera for a taste of the middle-eastern infused Street food on the 8th and 22nd of April.
A lot of people can take a page out of El Qahirah’s story, Sydney’s new Egyptian food truck. Two cousins-in-law, George Kaldas and Isahc Soliman, who through a love of cooking for their family and friends have decided on a career change.
Walking into Barzaari, the smell of meat barbecuing and charcoal burning immediately stuns you into a stupor. The restaurant sits in on Marrickville’s industrious Addison Road and provides a Middle-Eastern/Mediterranean food oasis.
Tempe’s newest creative playground, delivered its first joint exhibition, Four Walls, on Wednesday the 7th of December. It marks the beginning of a new localised and collaborative approach to sharing and exhibiting creative talent.
Celebrated for her sustainable sculptures and installations using organic and industrial recycled materials for over two decades – her creations are as distinctive as a signature, and have graced events ranging from the Art Gallery of NSW to Belle magazine ...
Dane and Renae (#MeatandVegReviews) were invited to the gorgeous suburb of Double Bay to dine at Char & Co, an authentic south American dining experience with a focus on friendly service, sustainable produce and of course, lots of barbeque!
Hotel restaurants are definitely ‘hit and miss’ places, so when I was invited to come to The Ternary at Novotel Sydney (on Darling Harbour) to check out the new restaurant, I was curious to see how the night would pan out.
Pei Modern Sydney has been living at the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney since October 15, 2014. Founded on the principles of bistronomie, Pei Modern demands a commitment to locally sourced, quality seasonal produce and wines that speak of their place and style.
The photograph & Australia is a major exhibition currently in display at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. The exhibition, which will be running until 8 June 2015, is the largest exhibition of Australian photography held since 1988 ...
Seriously, put whatever you are doing down and concentrate on this article. You’re about to be taken on a food journey – one that I highly recommend you convert from the written word into the physical form of soon as soon as humanly possible.
As a whole, Australia’s industries lag that of America by a few years. Take the trend of craft beer for example. Australians were sipping away on VB and Tooheys whilst Americans were already completely hooked onto the spell of craft.
Good Friday is lots of different things to lots of different people. For some, it’s a day dripping in religious tradition; to others it simply means the local café isn’t open for their regular cup’o’java.
For a guy with a street nomer like The Dirt, it’s surprising to arrive at the spray painted garage doors of Erskineville’s artist residency and see this scraggly but youthful guy bounce out to invite us in with the childlike enthusiasm of someone who is greeting friends he’s known for ages
Australian label Minty Meets Munt is on a roll. You may have noticed last month’s issue of Cleo with Kelly Osbourne on the cover wearing a lemon and floral-lace dress courtesy of none other than Minty Meets Munt.
When you grow up doing something similar to your parents, there will likely come a time when you will want to be as far removed from them as you can. You will copy them, rebel, sometimes find yourself running home ...
With the growing popularity of online shopping, it’s becoming increasingly rare to find actual retail stores that stock abstract and interesting brands. This is what makes it all the more special when you do find a store that stocks beautiful and unique clothing,
For most people the term “Japanese fashion” brings to mind super-kawaii images of Hello Kitty dolls and Harajuku Girls, but Sydney based streetwear store Via Alley proves that Japanese fashion can be easily translated to a Sydney market
There is no denying that there are a plethora of awesome small bars in Sydney for you to spend your time at, which one do you then choose? For me it’s a combination of elements that makes a bar standout from the rest; Blacksheep bar in Newtown may just have what it takes.
Upon entering this dingy, dim lit bar, the first thing you may notice are the scary looking bar staff. Alas, don’t fret as they’re friendly (but not too friendly if you know what I mean), they know their drinks, and they know how to have a good time.
Repressed Records has been around for about 11 years now. First conceived in Penrith, the store now resides in Newtown and has done so for the past 5 years. Repressed Records specializes in Australian independent music and stocks labels like RIP Society,