What's happening today
Retrosweat founder Shannon Dooley, a qualified fitness instructor and NIDA graduate, fronts one of the fastest-growing workout trends in the inner west. Kitted out in hot-pink Reebok Classics, white...
HotHouse is returning to the Powerhouse Museum hand in hand with its sister program Smart Locale Ultimo-Pyrmont to host two workshops, which will feature seven-minute speed talks, organised activities and...
The Powerhouse Museum’s annual exhibition provides a first-look at the next generation of Australian fashion designers. The showcase features eight outfits from top final year students of four...
Events to look out for
Dear Pluto and Heaps Gay bring you a fun singles event full of same-sex babes
Learn to dance like a diva in these Wednesday night workouts at Goodgod
The weekly dance party in the dark takes up residency in Bondi
Browse crates of vinyl, take a swing dancing class or get dolled up at the retro styling station
We road-test the claustrophobic new craze
Back away from Pinterest, get out there and build that dream home!
Take the plunge in the annual ocean swim with a difference
Start planning that reno with help from a new home improvements show
Fairs & Festivals in Sydney
Five stages of live music, dedicated arts hubs and a celebration of local food and booze outlets
Meet the Doctor, meet the writers, meet the monsters...
Parramasala returns to Parramatta for its sixth year
SMASH! is an annual festival celebrating well-loved aspects of Japanese popular culture
Classes & workshops in Sydney
Work-Shop now has double the space and double the fun
Shake things up with a touch of blue eye shadow and pineapple squats
Scale the alpine regions of France, NZ or Japan - all before brekky!
Improve poise, posture, pointe and plié at Sydney Dance Company
Talks & discussions in Sydney
Hear from the London-born writer about his life’s work and latest projects
The Instagram dessert queen invites us into her Sydney kitchen
This two day event is brain food for the business-minded
Dive deep into the world of underwater photographer Brian Skerry