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So Hot This Week: Sept 23

Saturday

Surry Hills Festival
Art, music, stalls and creativity around three locations plus the launch of the Double Take projection and pop-up festival, Ward Park, Shannon reserve and Surry Hills Neighbourhood Centre, Surry Hills, free

Glebe Record Fair
Browse over 100 stalls and thousands of records from all genres including Punk, Jazz, Newwave, Prog, Psyche, Hard Rock, Punk, dance and everything inbetween, Peter Forsyth Auditorium, Glebe, 9am-4pm, $3-6

Sunday

Women in Music Empowerment Day
Celebrating and empowering women, non-binary and minority peoples in our diverse music community, the day will feature live music, art, DJs and market stalls, plus an interactive panel to discuss industry challenges and strategies to help close the gender gap, and the opportunity to network with like-minded colleagues. All proceeds raised will go The Girls Refuge. Miss Peaches, Newtown, 2pm, $15.

Rolling Stone Live Lodge Presents – The Script
The Rolling Stone Live Lodge will be hosting a special intimate night with Dublin three-piece The Script who will play a short acoustic set, followed by a Q&A with their fans, The Landsdowne, Chippendale, from 6pm, free

Blak Markets at Barangaroo
Aboriginal art, crafts, bushfoods and nearly 30 stalls selling a range of unique products and food by Aboriginal makers and food producers from around New South Wales and across Australis, Barangaroo Reserve, Barangaroo, 10am-4pm, free

Batch Brewing’s Frisbee Golf Open Masters
Throw frisbees around a 9 hole course that’s made for meandering around while enjoying a cheeky bev or two. If you play good frisbee golf then you can win prizes! Petersham Bowling Club, Petersham,1pm-6pm, free 

Tuesday

Animation Concert
Join the Australian Piano Quartet in an exciting collaboration with UTS Year 2 Animation students as composer Alice Chance’s new work Dilate lights up the UTS Great Hall in this musical exploration of visibility and invisibility, UTS, Ultimo, 6.30pm, free (via registration)

Thursday

An Evening with Nature Photographer Jess Bray
Join photographer and adventurer Jess Bray as she discusses her photography expeditions from Christmas Island to Kenya, Australian Museum, Sydney, 5.45pm, $16-20

Emma Russack at Golden Age Cinema
Melbourne-based singer-songwriter, Emma Russack will be performing an intimate set with very special guest Jordan Ireland (The Middle East), Golden Age Cinema & Bar, Surry Hills, 8pm, free

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