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In this issue

 

It’s a good time to be a Sydneysider. The weather has been almost consistently brilliant – a warm and sun-soaked hint of what’s just around the corner as summer approaches. But just because it’s nice outside doesn’t mean there aren’t good reasons to head indoors this month – a raft of the city’s big-gun museums are unveiling a heap of exhibitions. Three giant surveys – including the most exhaustive Pop Art show ever to hit Australia – are set to shake up the local artscape; boho Newtown’s shopkeepers are the subjects of a reverential photo show and Harry Seidler’s badass design prowess earns a celebratory review at Museum of Sydney.

There’s plenty more happening in and around the city this month. Newtown Festival is back, the Rocks Village Bizarre bring fun to Friday nights, and Sydney Architectural Festival boasts a great line-up. Stages all over town are heaving with interesting shows – James Cromwell plays Rupert Murdoch, the rarely revived 1970 classic The Legend of King O’Malley returns and The Island of Doctor Moron, an absolutely bonkers-sounding stage musical birthed by a very confident retired schoolteacher, makes its debut on Oxford Street. (You’ll want to pick up an issue for that feature alone.)

Plus we point you toward the city’s best picnic spots, talk to Jake Gyllenhaal about his gripping new movie, unearth the city’s best gelato (hint: it’s not Messina!) and duck into Redfern’s kooky new bar The Bearded Tit, which we can assure most definitely does not suck.

 

Nicholas Fonseca Editor

Media enquiries and requests for comments on Sydney: nicholas.fonseca@au.timeout.com

 

Five reasons to buy Time Out this month

 

1. Shoppers guide to Macquarie Centre
The new-look shopping mall is well worth the ticket to Ryde – and we have a rundown of what you'll find when you get there.

2. Pop, portraits & perception
Everything you need to know about the three blockbuster shows headed our way this summer.

3. Sydney's best cooking classes
The Time Out team tested some of Sydney's leading cooking classes – from baking workshops to dessert courses and a pasta and ravioli primer, these are some of the best.

4. Sokyo sushi bar
It's the top-gun Sydney restaurant that's been hiding in plain sight. We tried the sushi (don't be jealous) and talked to the chefs about how they make it all taste so damned delicious.

5. Broadway or... bust?!
The Island of Doctor Moron is the stage musical of one Sydney man's dreams. Or delusions. Take your pick. But first, read our story about its long journey from Kempsey to a long-vacant cinema on Oxford Street

 

Plus there are all the usual lovingly curated sections on Museums and Art, Around Town, Music, Comedy, Kids, Food and Drink, Nightlife, Performing Arts, Music, Time In and Film at your fingertips. There's more than enough to do in Sydney this month, so get out there and have a ball.