So Hot This Week: September 1
Disco Bongo is an infectious sound of classic beats that promises to take you on a journey to dance floor delight! Andy Webb is taking over Freda’s all night long. Disco Bongo is free before 9pm, from 9pm-10pm it will cost you $5 and $10 from 10pm onward.
The King Street Crawl is back to celebrate Newtown’s unique music, culture and community. The aim of the Crawl is to shine a spotlight on the varied establishments and talent that make up this truly unique melting pot of Sydney. As always, entry will be free to all participating venues. To plan your day be sure to check out the full lineup of artists.
Story Club is a themed, live storytelling night where exceptional people sit in a giant armchair and read true, hilarious stories out of a novelty-sized book. The rotating and ever-growing cast of Story Club features politicians, poets, playwrights, journalists, novelists, comedians and, of course, excellent storytellers you may never have heard of. The September theme is ‘you win some you loose some”, this is all happening at Giant Dwarf Theatre for free from 8pm.
Experience the magic of Circular Quay from the prime vantage point of the MCA Sculpture Terrace, whilst being graced with the sounds of New Venusians & Godriguez. This is a free event, kicking off at 6.30pm.
The BIG ILCH celebrates the launch of the new single “Groove Constellation” throwing a party at the Lansdowne sharing the stage with Motherfunk and Moon Dogs. If you haven’t heard of The Big Ilch, imagine soulful reggae vibes, easy grooves, world music beats, with a dash of hip hop and funk in the mix. You can grab your tickets for The Ilch Festival for $23.50.
Sydney comedian Jordan Sharp is doing his first solo show at the Factory Theatre for Sydney Fringe Festival. Ticket are only $10 plus a booking free.