So Hot This Week: January 20
Heaps Gay makes a valiant return tonight with fabulous live music, DJs, performance, visual art, sweet drinks, inner west foodie stalls and a bloody good vibe!
The Worlds Original Sex Clown Glitta Supernova presents Burlesko Bizarro, a curated, night of untamed Burlesque and Circus that aims to challenge notions of beauty, body, identity & reality in a show that is nothing less than fun and chaos.
Great food, smooth music and good vibes. Head down to Frankies Pizza by the Slice in the CBD from 4-6 tonight for Sabbath Sessions, Frankies weekly Sunday music sesh.
Don’t miss the last week of Sydney Festival’s enchanting Model Citizens. The always innovative Circus Oz returns with the first production for the company by new artistic director Rob Tannion, exploring what it means to be a ‘model citizen’ in Australia today through awesome physicality, biting satire and highly skilled, unpredictable acrobatics.
We all love reading a stinging review. But what if you were on the receiving end? The subversive, hilarious and frequently misunderstood Zoë Coombs Marr, Ursula Martinez and Adrienne Truscott return the slings and arrows to their senders in a biting and hilarious take on arts criticism.
Muriel has landed in Sydney! With an updated book by original screenwriter PJ Hogan and music by pop intelligentsia Kate Miller-Heidke and Keir Nuttall, Muriel’s Wedding the Musical will leave you smiling and nostalgic for days.
In this Month of Rainbows, The Bearded Tit is showing off a bit of leg. In September 2017, the inaugural Miss First Nations Drag Pageant was held in Darwin, NT. Six queens from around Australia descended upon the town to compete for the crown over five steamy days and documentary Black Divaz was filmed amongst the glitz, glamour and flurry of hair and hot glue guns. This show celebrates the making of that film and the personal journeys that brought each contestant to the glittering stage. It’s time to meet your Miss First Nations.
Join Aunty Jacinta Tobin and Joel Davison as they explore one of the first dialects spoken in the Sydney area, the Darug language. Run as part of Sydney Festival, this one-hour free class delves into the language in a celebration of Indigenous heritage.
Every Friday from 4-10pm, Blacktown lights up with a multicultural night market. With over 40 international food stalls, Aussie Night Markets, is the place where people come together to delight their taste buds with different flavours from around the world. A fusion of sights, sounds and aromas fill the air, in a unique experience for Sydney locals.