Head down to Freda's Bar in Chippendale and check out the after pARTY, coinciding with this year's Art Month program.
Held on the first Wednesday of every month, after pARTY is the night celebrating...
Ian Strange, who is known for his street art and conceptual projects, is launching his new exhibition Shadow in Chippendale this March.
Strange is an Australian-born, New York-based artist who went by the name Kid Zoom as an emerging street artist. He has previously exhibited at the National Gallery of Victoria, and will now showcase his new pop-up exhibition in Levey Street,...
Carriageworks will premiere a production of Lady Eats Apple, the highly praised play from Back To Back Theatre Company.
Lady Eats Apple, taking place in a large inflatable structure, is inspired by stories like Hamlet and Genesis and focuses around the myths and illusions of death. The play will be directed by Australia Council for the Arts award winner Bruce Gladwin.
Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King And I will be brought to life by a community theatre group this March.
This award-winning musical has been perfomed on some of the world's most famous stages, and now Rockdale Musical Society is bringing the show to Sydney's south. One of the city's premiere community theatre companies, the all-ages cast consists of almost 60 singers, actors...
As part of Chinese New Year, Ken Leanfore is putting on a photography exhibition that explores Chinese-Australians living with last names that were anglicised generations earlier.
The Leanfore family first came to Australia in the 1890s from China, but at the time, their name was Luen Foh. The name was phonetically translated by NSW officials to Leanfore and it's been like that...
Wil Anderson has announced his return to Australia with his Critically Wil stand-up show at the Sydney Opera House.
Anderson has been involved in multiple projects over the years, including ABC's The Gruen Transfer and the 2 Guys One Cup podcast. Over the years, his work has earned him countless awards and nominations, but he's perhaps best known for his comedy chops.
You'll be able to try his latest weird pursuit using the newly-Australian spread from this weekend onwards.
We always cringe when we see those videos of an overseas visitor being "introduced" to our country's signature spread by way of a huge spoonful unfit for consumption by anyone, let alone a complete amateur.
Sydney's 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art is hosting rickshaw food tours of Chinatown designed by Louise Zhang.
The tours on offer take place throughout Haymarket as you ride on an artist-commissioned rickshaw and sample some of Chinatown's most iconic snack spots while also learning the history behind the stops.
Sydney's Luna Park is planning to celebrate this year's Super Bowl with a super sized American party.
Starting early at Circular Quay, LunaBowl – Super Bowl 51 treats guests to a ferry ride across to Luna Park where the party really gets started. Feast on an all-American style buffet, unlimited rides and other entertainment while the biggest game on the US sports calendar...
541 Art Space has teamed up with artist Fan Dongwang to present the Icons Of Identity art exhibition, to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Presented by 541 Art Space, the exhibition showcases artwork exploring Australia's national identity and the rise of Chinese contempary culture. The works of Chinese-born and Sydney-based Dongwang will be on display through the exhibition. ...