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.