So Hot This Week: September 22
Soft Centre is back for it’s second year at Casula Powerhouse, and so is the after party! With a fab line up of DJ’s including LADY ERICA, Melbourne’s chief selektah of Garage, Grime and Jungle, HOT WAVS; the fiery reunion of Will Rigney and Ramen Macdonald is a SOFT CENTRE tradition they aim to upkeep and PTWIGGS (HARDCORE SET), mixing up gabber, hard trance, hardstyle and breakcore. It’s on from 11.55pm- 5am, tickets go for $25.
St O’Donnell is back for Select Gallery 2018, with the new exhibition to be curated by the renowned Amy Roser of Art Pharmacy. With St.O’Donnell fast becoming one of Sydney’s most respected arts & music agencies, the Select Gallery Series is a coveted exhibition showcasing art, music and fashion from up and coming creatives. Installation, art and film from all across Sydney and exploring alternate mediums and visual narratives in each piece the overall exhibition is titled Pilgrimage. It’s happening in Tempe from 5pm-12am and tickets are $25.
The Mercury Prize award winning indie band, Wolf Alice, will be returning to Australia to blow you away with their eclectic, enchanting tunes. Head to The Metro Theatre to see Wolf Alice. The show kicks off at 7pm -11.59pm, tickets are $70
In contemporary Western culture death and dying are generally regarded as something to fight against, deny, hide from public view and above all fear. But what if we were to look at them differently? Find out in Rushcutters Bay it’s on over two days from 9.30am.
WITS was formed as direct response to the lack of gender parity in theatre. Celebrate some victories, meet the sister organisations who are kicking goals, hear from you about where we need to keep fighting and work out how to hold our ground. It’s free to attend but seats are limited! It’s on from 730pm-1030pm.
A man has fallen to his death from a police station window. Did he jump or was he pushed? Sydney Theatre Company and Adshel present
‘Accidental Death of an Anarchist’ and the Sydney Opera House. There’s a few dates so don’t fret if you can’t make it on the Monday. Tickets are $83-120.
Turn up on a Thursday with Georgia Junge and Apache at the Marly Bar. No tickets required, just bring the squad for some tunes, booze and good times.
Shards of sound and jagged rhythms envelop your ears and tickle your feet as Ensemble Offspring brings to life the wild and uncompromising squiggles of local composers Alex Pozniak, Tristan Coelho and Holly Harrison. It starts at 7pm at the Sydney Conservatorium with tickets from $20-42.