So Hot This Week: April 27
Free Film Series – Neon Gods
Your last chance to head down to the AGNSW to catch a slice of film season ‘Neon Gods’, held as part of the exhibition ‘Heaven and earth in Chinese art: treasures from the National Palace Museum, Taipei’. The best of Chinese-language cinema will be presented on imported 35mm prints. Sunday’s film showing is ‘Small Talk’ directed by Huang Hui-Chen. More info here.
Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney
Jewish Comedy Showcase
For the sixth year in a row the usually sold out Jewish Comedy Showcase features the best of Jewish comedic talent. This year includes headliner Rachel Berger, Alice Fraser, Michael Shafar, Victoria Zerbst, and Jacob Sacher.
Tickets $35 – $45 here
Comedy Store, Moore Park
Dynamic Cities Conference
Professor of architectural design and researcher at the University of Alicante, Spain, Joaquín Alvado Bañón will outline why we should be viewing cities as dynamic entities rather than static systems. In collaboration with University of Sydney, more information on ‘Dynamic Cities’ is here.
Instituto Cervantes (Sydney) – Auditorium. Level 3, 299 Sussex St, Sydney
The redevelopment of the Waterloo Housing Estate is the topic of Milk Crate Theatre’s latest creative pursuit, led by Georgina Wood and Pauline Trennery. 107 Projects will host a preview of the show ‘Interim’ which focuses on personal connections led by residents of Waterloo. More info and registration here.
107 Projects, Redfern
Bec Charlwood and Sian Smyth – Bad Girls
Actual bad gals and rising stars of the Sydney Comedy scene Bec Charlwood and Sian Smyth join forces in this hilarious one hour show as part of the Sydney Comedy Festival.
Thursday 2 May 2019 and Friday 3 May 2019, 9.30pm
Enmore Loft, Enmore Theatre, Newtown
Tickets available here
Head on Photo Festival – Launch and Announcement of Winners
Kick off the 10th annual Head On Photo Festival with a night of excellent photography and live music, plus the announcement of the 2019 winners.
UNSW Art & Design, Greens Road, Paddington
Free with registration here
New & the Now: Sunscreen, Greenwave Beth, Clarissa Mei
Get your live and local music fix at New & the Now #2, which will showcase garage rock outfit Sunscreen, Western Sydney locals DJ Kilimi and electro-soul artist Clarissa Mei, and Sydney duo Greenwave Beth (one half of Flowertruck). Presented by MusicNSW this all-ages event will also have free pizza (!!).
Tickets $10 online or $15 on the door
107 Projects, Redfern