So Hot This Week: 20 April
Dance off your Easter eggs at Harpoon Harry’s tonight with epic UK DJ and producer Lone taking over with a free gig. With a residency at NTS and high profile remixes for Friendly Fires, Disclosure and Radiohead, Lone is not one to miss, especially with a free show so you should get down early. Support by Kali, Paul Jextra and Grand Jete.
8pm to late
Harpoon Harry’s, 40 Wentworth Ave, Surry Hills
LGBTQIA+ and their allies need to get down to Fur Coat Long Weekend Day Party– a 10 hour festival and gender bender discoteque featuring artists, musicians and DJs. Don your Sunday best and party up a storm.
2pm to 12am midnight
Red Rattler Theatre, Marrickville
$22 – $34 Contact if you need a discount/freebie.
It’s your last chance to catch Gaffa Gallery’s exhibition Armando Chant: X-Rorschach. A collection of inter-disciplinary image making using X-rays and inkblot results in a hybrid visual and imaginative exploration which will place the viewer in an imaginative and ethereal ever-evolving image. Intriguing.
Gaffa Gallery, 281 Clarence St Sydney
Mondays to Thursdays 10am to 6pm
Ends 22 April.
Sydney’s biggest month of comedy kicks off with the Sydney Comedy Festival Gala at the Enmore Theatre! Expect a huge night of laughs and a line-up of the Festival’s funniest international stars, Australian legends and next-big-things in comedy,
Enmore Theatre, 118-132 Enmore Road, Enmore
Where are you from? Sydney Exhibition & Storyboard Launch is debuting at the Goodspace Gallery this Wednesday with a new collection of 25 stories and portraits. The exhibition seeks to challenge the understanding of what it means (and what it looks like) to be Australian by exploring the ways in which Australians of colour endeavour to affirm their sense of identity. There will also be music by Carolina Gasolina & Amber Prado-Richardson.
6pm to 9pm
Goodspace Gallery, 115 Regent St, Chippendale
Sydney Comedy Festival is treating 2000s music aficionados with a SO Fresh: 90s Singalong at Giant Dwarf. Cabaret act Lady Does It Better will host 60 minutes of tributes to the very best decade for music – 2000s pop. Britney, Xtina, Spice Girls and No Doubt and a very special 8 minute medley of boyband tunes complete with synchronised dance moves – what more could you want.
7pm to 8pm and 8.30pm to 9.30pm
Giant Dwarf, 199 Cleveland St, Redfern
Adults $34.10, Concession $29.10
If you haven’t had enough dance party good times over the Easter/Anzac Day holidays 70s disco selectors and DJs Groove City will get you right out of that funk (or into it hopefully). After huge sets at Groovin the Moo, Lost Paradise as well as a huge Aussie tour,, put some flares on and dress to impress. Theme? Galactic Boogie. Ooft.
Oxford Art Factory Sydney
8pm to 1am