What's happening today
“We keep our noughties divas on high rotation: Mariah, Yoncé, Mary J, Gwen…” said Ash Maher and Jodie Fisher from No Lights No Lycra , when we asked the pair for a mixtape that would sum up their...
Comprising five days of panel talks, masterclasses and keynote speeches at the Beresford Hotel and the University of Sydney, Sydney’s first Social Media Week will include speakers from Facebook, Twitter,...
Six giant timber towers have popped up in the Rocks, each housing a hidden surprise – handcrafted foosball tables with custom-made players. Over 100 international designers from ten countries came...
Events to look out for
The most popular event of Good Food Month returns with longer opening hours and more noodles
The weekly dance party in the dark takes up residency in Bondi
The curators behind Jurassic Lounge make mischief in the aquarium
Shake up the morning routine with a sweaty dance party
Parramasala is a rich, colourful combination of music, dance, theatre, food, film and heritage
Dance in the summer sun to four French musicians at So Frenchy So Chic in the Park
Save the date for Australia’s biggest simultaneous yard sale
See craftsmen make an Hermès scarf in a free exhibition at the MCA
Fairs & Festivals in Sydney
Newtown celebrates its long bohemian history at the 36th annual festival
Asia-Pacific's dance music industry event is back to work hard and party harder
Journey through the cobblestone laneways to seek out hidden bars, pop-up shops and performances
Latin American dance, music, food and culture descend on Darling Harbour for one big weekend fiesta
Classes & workshops in Sydney
Take an informal life lesson on anything, from sex toys to ballet
Scale the alpine regions of France, NZ or Japan - all before brekky!
Work-Shop now has double the space and double the fun
Shake things up with a touch of blue eye shadow and pineapple squats
Talks & discussions in Sydney
The only Aussie to have twice won The Man Booker Prize speaks with Jennifer Byrne about his new novel
Rise and shine, creative minds
The man behind the Ottolenghi delicatessens, restaurants and cookbooks comes to Sydney
It's big risks and great heights for National Geographic filmmaker Bryan Smith