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...
World Square joins the LGBTQ festivities this March with a range of activities designed to celebrate Mardi Gras 2015 . Get involved in the DIY Rainbow Challenge, which aims to bring back the colourful...
Darling Harbour is hoping to pull heartstrings and impress without breaking the bank in February and March with a program of free and ticketed events dubbed the ‘Month of Love’. There'll be outdoor...
Events to look out for
Browse crates of vinyl, take a swing dancing class or get dolled up at the retro styling station
Balmain’s Easter Dog Parade is back and this time with its own international dog film festival
Semi Permanent reveals its first nine speakers for 2015, including Noah Taylor, Patrick Clair and Ben Quilty
Sweet dreams are made of these: '80s roller disco returns to the Roundhouse
Fairs & Festivals in Sydney
Richard Roxburgh is the first creative director of a new blockbuster arts and entertainment festival
Start saving up for those showbags - the Royal Easter Show is back in March
Clarkson, Hammond and May - plus a whole lot of motoring mayhem
SMASH! is an annual festival celebrating well-loved aspects of Japanese popular culture
Classes & workshops in Sydney
Take an informal life lesson on anything, from sex toys to ballet
Improve poise, posture, pointe and plié at Sydney Dance Company
Time Out limbers up with the city's finest movers and shakers
Get skatin', Sydney
Talks & discussions in Sydney
Roxane Gay scoffs at the notion of ‘letting down the sisterhood’
Is the idea of the work/life balance stacked against everyone?
Hair stylist and author Rayya Elias will cut Elizabeth Gilbert’s hair onstage a the Opera House as they talk about Elias’ life and adventures in NYC
Rise and shine, creative minds