What's happening today
Morning Gloryville hit Sydney with a bang earlier this year, coating the floor of Paddington Uniting Church and the faces of its early morning ravers with truck-loads of glitter. The concept started life in...
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
Whatever your favourite Queen B track, make sure you get the moves at this dance class
The curators behind Jurassic Lounge make mischief in the aquarium
It's back! Customise your ice creams at the Pleasure Store
The most popular event of Good Food Month returns with longer opening hours and more noodles
Parramasala is a rich, colourful combination of music, dance, theatre, food, film and heritage
Save the date for Australia’s biggest simultaneous yard sale
See craftsmen make an Hermès scarf in a free exhibition at the MCA
Ring in the new year at the biggest party Sydney has to offer
Fairs & Festivals in Sydney
Finger clicking good: a three-day festival of slams, jams and storytelling smackdowns
Newtown celebrates its long bohemian history at the 36th annual festival
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
Work-Shop now has double the space and double the fun
Get skatin', Sydney
Scale the alpine regions of France, NZ or Japan - all before brekky!
Take an informal life lesson on anything, from sex toys to ballet
Talks & discussions in Sydney
Time Out sits in on the new quick-fire talks and networking event
Ignite Sydney is launching a digital version of their regular talks series
A rare opportunity to catch the comic genius live on stage
It's big risks and great heights for National Geographic filmmaker Bryan Smith