What's happening today
Retrosweat is taking over Sydney, one gym room at a time. Leader Shannon Dooley must have buns of steel as she’s expanded her reach to a third venue, which means there are three chances to sweat every...
Ash Maher and Jodie Fisher run a weekly No Lights No Lycra dance party in the dark, where they dig out queasy cheese to gangsta rap, and tracks you’d find in your parents’ CD collection. Ash and Jodie...
Are you a virgin who can’t drive? Still trying to make fetch happen? Then you’ll probably smash through this trivia battle when two of the most quotable chick flicks go head-to-head at Goodgod. Elisha...
Events to look out for
Twenty emerging artists in their 20s are selling their wares at a new one-off craft market
The weekly dance party in the dark takes up residency in Bondi
Back away from Pinterest, get out there and build that dream home!
The Festivalists are swapping the aquarium for A-listers and taking over Madame Tussauds
Hear from your favourite musicians in a series of free talks at the Opera House
Be kind to yourself this month
Geek out on electronics, mechanics and engineering at the two-day battle
We road-test the claustrophobic new craze
Fairs & Festivals in Sydney
Two of the original Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers are coming to Sydney for Supanova
SMASH! is an annual festival celebrating well-loved aspects of Japanese popular culture
There's never been a better reason to dress up as a panda
The biggest winter festival in the Southern Hemisphere is here
Classes & workshops in Sydney
Improve poise, posture, pointe and plié at Sydney Dance Company
Start the week with a ‘Monday Twerkout’ at Dance Central
Time Out limbers up with the city's finest movers and shakers
Get skatin', Sydney
Talks & discussions in Sydney
Monocle's editor-in-chief talks about listening to his gut
Find out how streetwear and street art tread the fine line between art and commerce
Emmy-winning writer Matthew Weiner joins the line-up of influential speakers for Vivid Ideas
Our top picks of the movers and shakers at this year’s festival