Don’t let the cold make you become a homebody just yet, there’s still so many more autumn adventures to be had right here in our hometown. See a play, eat a roast, listen to some live tunes or see some crazy lights; there’s plenty of time to sit at home by the heater later.
Good golly gosh, if you’re hungry, thirsty or bored, or even confused about which one you really are then we have the guide for you. This weekend you can score yourself a free pizza, buy yourself a plant, drink for a cause (justifying your life choices) and even culture yourself with some Art, it’s all here This Weekend in Sydney.
From June 6-17th, the Sydney Film Festival will spread throughout the city for its annual celebration of cinematic excellence. With venues ranging from the State Theatre, Event Cinemas George St, to HOYTS Entertainment Quarter, as well as the Festival Hub at Town Hall, it’s easy to access the breadth of Australian and international films.
Treat mum (or just yourself) to a weekend of innovation and beauty. Whether that be in the shape of a magical new garden exhibition at the Calyx, amazing photographs, gorgeous clothes or a feed on the beauty that is a free Nutella waffle, there’ll be no complaints that Mother’s Day is boring this year.
It’s finally that time of year again when Sydney reaches all new levels of aesthetic and activity. That’s right, from the 25th of May to the 16th of June, Sydney city’s Vivid is back and brighter than ever before to celebrate its decade anniversary.
Sydney’s giving you the chance to expand your horizons this weekend. Give horticulture a try with the chance you build your own terrarium, let Real Bodies educate you on human anatomy, or travel to Spain through the cinematic lens with the Spanish Film festival.
Sydney’s history is on display this weekend. Explore the intriguing pre-colonisation aboriginal Sydney with Gadi, or, on a darker note, the terrifying people who walk the same streets that we do with Deadhouse.
There’s a lot to see this weekend with art exhibitions, photography competitions and theatre shows galore. And if you’re inspired by all the creativity, grab a glass of your favourite drop and try your hand at your own visual arts. We’re a creative bunch, us Sydney-siders.
It’s another bumper weekend in Sydney, so clear your schedules. Whether you’re sleeping in a container on Cockatoo Island, stuffing your face with melted cheese, uncovering a murder mystery or eating a gourmet breakfast with your pup, there’s no excuse to say you’re bored this weekend.
Enjoy the very best of art and design through the local talent on sale at the Finders Keepers market. Returning to their “spiritual home” and original destination of Sydney from the 4th-6th of May, the market line-up this year boasts a huge range of art, fashion, and homewares designers who will be hawking their products.
Ease yourself back into the idea of a normal 2-day weekend with these relaxing and inspiring treats to see, taste and do. From a caricature of Anh Do to Bohemian love on Sydney Harbour, it’s a mixed plate of happiness that’ll keep your Instagram story fresh and your email inbox rightly unopened.
In a world confronted by a seemingly infinite array of issues, we need innovation more than ever. That’s what makes the record 530 designs entered in this year’s 60th anniversary of the Good Design Awards, so exciting.
There’s plenty of goodies to hunt for in Sydney throughout this Easter weekend, with sweet beats, treats and drinks to be eaten and enjoyed. You’ll be glad it’s a long weekend with all the decadence on offer; we hope your Monday isn’t too rough.
Over 23 nights from Friday 25th May to Saturday 15th June, Vivid 2018 will return for its tenth year of whimsical light displays, innovative sculptures, installations, and entertainment spread across Sydney.
Making its debut this Easter weekend is Good Saturday, the chill younger sister to the notorious Bad Friday block party. A pleasurable mix of gourmet food, great brews and a stellar indie line up, Good Saturday is held on the 31st of March in Marrickville, and is a great way to keep the Easter bender rolling after the madness of Bad Friday the day before.
As the Opera House lights up its sails in green for the fourth year running, head over to Sydney’s Entertainment Quarter for the Sydney St. Patrick’s Day Green Quarter on Sunday, March 18. With food, entertainment, and of course plenty of drinks, the day will be jam-packed with all things Irish.
🔥 come to my party 🔥 have assembled the crème de la crème of Sydney for your pleasure. Definitely going to be fun!! Come thru 💥 feat. performances from Oscar Key Sung : Kimchi Princi: Yung Brujo & DIN (Rainbow Chan & Moon Holiday|DJ set)
On March 14, head on over to the Australian Museum for a night of Indigenous culture with barrabugu. Inspired by the word in the Sydney Aboriginal dialect meaning “tomorrow”, the night will celebrate and exhibit the impact of Indigenous knowledge on Australia’s collective future.
Sydney is getting an education this weekend, with a chance to immerse yourself into whole host of new worlds. Explore all the corners of the globe with the Parramasala festival, a new side of art or the bottom of the ocean. It’s all possible, this weekend in Sydney.
Get stuck into the bold, bright culture of Latin America next weekend at the Annual Latin American Festival! Bring your friends and family along to the Bondi Pavilion on Sunday, 11th March, to experience stalls hawking traditional Latin American crafts, art, food, drinks, clothing, hair braiding and accessories.
Get out of your comfort zone this weekend with all that Sydney has to offer. Whether it be through a confronting opera experience solely about noses, or immersing yourself in the artworks of the future, take the leap and do something different.
We Are Colourful is a photography series by renowned conceptual photographer Mat Baker that is shining a light on the Beresford Sundays community. The series, proudly supported by Absolut Vodka showcases the talented and diverse members of the community as well as what equality means to them.
Lose yourself this weekend, whether it be in the depths of a forest or the careful craftsmanship of a centuries old tapestry. But if a less life-changing weekend is more on your radar, then settle in for a classic tale of love and hope with the Mardi Gras Film festival, or tuck into some delicious bites with Bodhi’s Lunar eats.
From the Australian theatre group, Company of Rogues, returns the Bedlam Cabaret for a special Mardi Gras show at the Red Rattler Theatre on Wednesday 28th February. A reflexive show highlighting the best emerging and established artists from all different disciplines ...
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.