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So Hot This Week: May 4

Saturday

Don’t Knock Your Granny

Performed by cast members from the Older Women’s Network NSW Theatre Group, this cabaret show, part of Batch Festival, highlights some real issues affecting our older generations. Expect lots and lots of laughter – and some tears.

Tickets $25 – $35 online at griffintheatre.com.au

Saturday 5pm

Griffin Theatre, Darlinghurst

Sunday

MCA Zine Fair

Much loved inaugural event the MCA Zine Fair once again showcases 100 creators of zines, small press and comics, as well as free talks and workshops.  

Free

10.30am to 4.30pm

MCA Foundation Hall, Ground Floor, Sydney

Monday

Climate Museum NYC: Curating the Future

As part of CLIMARTE’s Art and Climate = CHANGE 2019,  get down to the Australian Museum for a talk from the Director of NYC’s Climate Museum Miranda Massie. Miranda will discuss the background to the Climate Museum as well as the public art installations and future projects, taking over New York City.

6pm – 7.30pm

Australian Museum, 1 William St, Sydney

Tickets $21-$26 here

Tuesday

Happy Ever After

Part of Head On Photo Festival, Tuesday night is the opening of Happy After Ever, photographer Lisa Tomasetti’s new exhibition which intends to produce a series of photographs affirming the lasting power of the photographic image. This series asks whether the ubiquity of photography has threatened its authority as art, and at worst whether its practice remains a valid form of visual expression.

Tuesday 6pm

Barometer Gallery, 13 Gurner St, Paddington

 

Wednesday

Never Let Me Go – Batch Festival

Catch the opening of ‘Never Let Me Go’, as part of Batch Festival’s takeover of the Griffin Theatre in Darlinghurst. The play details the poignant AIDS epidemic in 1980s Sydney and features a decade appropriate soundtrack, sung by an acappella choir. Written and produced by Adriano Cappelleto.

Tickets here

7pm showing every night until Saturday 11/5/2019

 

Thursday

Artist Run World

What would an artist run world look like? Would housing, schooling, taxes, and other policies governed by artists and culture makers look different? Join a feisty conversation hosted by Bek Conroy at 107 Projects this Thursday night.

107 Projects

Registration here

6.30pm – 7.30pm

Friday

Luke Million @ the Lansdowne

Synth lord Luke Million will takeover the Lansdowne on Friday with support by Reija Lee and Juna Disco. Luke Million’s Excellent Adventure tour will whip crowds into a funky frenzy. His Stranger Things theme remix is not to be missed and fans will also be treated to some new music.

8pm, The Lansdowne Hotel, Chippendale

Tickets $17.83 online

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