So Hot This Week: Nov 11
Immerse yourself in outstanding works of art by the greatest Dutch painters of the 17th century. Drawn from the Rijksmuseum, the renowned national collection of the Netherlands, this exhibition includes a rare painting by Johannes Vermeer and a room dedicated to one of the greatest minds in the history of art, Rembrandt van Rijn. Art Gallery of NSW, The Domain, Nov 11-Feb 18, $14-24 + bf
One of Sydney’s biggest and most beloved annual events is back for a day of music, art, food, markets, friends, family, dogs and fun… Don’t forget to visit the 2ser stall while you’re there! Camperdown Memorial Rest Park, Newtown, 9:30am-5:30pm, $5 entry
The latest event from the team behind One Day Sundays, this is a series of monthly parties across Summer combining live acts and DJs at the recently-renovated Lansdowne Hotel. Performing live for the launch event will be OKENYO, TURQUOISE PRINCE and a rotating cast of the city’s illest DJs including One Day DJs, Flex Mami, Klasik, Nes, Shantan Wantan Ichiban, Yemisul, Mowgli May and Ventures. The Lansdowne Hotel, Chippendale, 1.00pm, free entry before 3pm, $10 afterwards.
Stand-up comedy with headliner Kel Balnaves from Melbourne with the super hyper and funny Dusty Rich hosting. Supporting acts include Ciaran Lyons, Johnathan Lo, Fran Middleton, Andrew Hastings and Dave Noble. The Comedy Lounge Sydney, Surry Hills, 7.00pm, $10.
Bringing together the best new films from Mexico, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, Cuba, Uruguay, Colombia, Venezuela, Chile, Guatemala and Puerto Rico. Palace Cinemas, Leichhardt & Paddington, Nov 14-29, various prices (check website)
Regardless of the result, friends, families and of course fur-babies are welcome to acknowledge all the hard work for marriage equality. This will be a community gathering and picnic plus large screens to view the result. Prince Alfred Park, Surry Hills, 9.00am-1.00pm, free.
Free multi-stage protest festival on Oxford Street, on the day of the survey results and to demand Marriage Equality, no matter the result. Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, 6.00pm, free
Australian debut of the most talked about newcomer of the past year, Peggy Gou who in 2016 alone released four records and has been remixed by Terekkeand Galcher Lustwerk and can name Highlife artist Esa and Italian duo Nu Guinea as her mentors. Oxfrod Art Gallery, Darlinghurst, 8.00pm, $32 + bf
Featuring a world exclusive interview with the man himself, Louis Theroux. Louis introduces his brand-new documentary about to audiences in this world first, Australian Premiere event. Dendy Cinemas, Circlar Quay & Newtown, 7.00pm, $20