This weekend, Sydney serves up a range of events from film, art, to vegan day outs and shopping sales.
Watch: Fright Night
If you’re a horror fan then Fright Night at Kings Cross will definitely be up your alley. For Films Sake has put together a horror movie marathon screening in the car park of the Alaska project. It all kicks of at 6pm, with XX a four part horror series directed exclusively by women. It is followed by Bitch, a woman who takes on the psyche of a violent dog, before coming to a close with a classic vampire flick; Kathryn Bigelow’s Near Dark.
For more information: https://www.forfilmssake.org/frightnight/
ALASKA PROJECTS, Level 2, Kings Cross Car Park, 9A Elizabeth Bay Road, Elizabeth Bay NSW
View: Four Walls
Four Sydney based photographers showing their four unique concepts in a local gallery. Hosted at Backyard Opera in Tempe, it follows the first instalment of Four Walls that sees Backyard Opera’s commitment to support of local artists extended. The exhibition features the works of Bernadette Smith, Lenni Mattanja Zeelenberg and Kyah Smith.
The exhibition opens Friday night 7pm to 10pm, continuing between 8am-4pm Saturday and Sunday.
Backyard Opera, 880 Princes Highway, Tempe, NSW.
Chew: Vegan Day Out
Hosted by the Cruelty Free Shop, Vegan Day out is a two-day vegan fest in Glebe. Pick up your map form the Cruelty Free Store, on Glebe point road and it will lead you on a discounted vegan trail. There will be loads of discounted vegan goods and groceries on offer along with storewide discounts from the Cruelty Free Shop.
83 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037, Australia
Shop: Incu Sale
Bargain hunters rejoice as Incu is having a flash warehouse sale with up to 80% off some of your favourite brands such as Acne, Bassike, Comme des Garcons, Isabel Marant Etoile, Karen Walker, Norse Projects, Saturdays NYC and more. With only 3 days of sale, you best be quick. Get down to Paddington Town Hall, 249 Oxford Street.
For more information visit: www.incu.com/blogs/news/sydney-warehouse-sale-april-28-29-30