Ash Maher and Jodie Fisher run a weekly No Lights No Lycra dance party in the dark, where they dig out queasy cheese to gangsta rap, and tracks...St Stephen's Anglican Church, 189 Church St, Newtown
London-based neo-soul collective Jungle will be making their way back to Australia to play Laneway Festival , and will warm up for their...The Metro Theatre, 624 George St, Sydney
Do not go home without some handmade pasta, a bunch of fresh flowers, a bag of farm-fresh veg that would make your ancestors crow in delight and a...Guilfoyle Park, Guilfoyle Avenue, Double Bay
Join DIVA-winning drag beaut Charisma Belle and the hilarious Naomi Palmer host this weekly fundraiser benefiting the good folks at ACON. It's a...The Midnight Shift, 85 Oxford St, Darlinghurst
One of Sydney’s longest-running comedy rooms, this weekly stand-up night has ten years under its belt – and “countless” comedy careers...Friend in Hand, 58 Cowper St, Glebe
It’s one of the busiest little bars in Surry Hills, offering wines by the glass from most areas of the boot. Trying to get a seat past 7pm is a...50 Holt St, Surry Hills
There are stories. Mysteries. Legends. And they’re all surrounding the window seats at this stunning Quayside locale. We’ve heard of...1 Macquarie St, Sydney
What started out back in 2006 as a little venue on Crown Street offering kooky wines and some pretty crazy modern Australian snackage has morphed...27 O'Connell Street, Sydney
Right next door to Oscillate Wildly (who, incidentally, have recently lost chef Dan Puskas but gained Est. chef Karl Firla), Black Star Pastry...277 Australia St, Newtown
A new Olympic Park play space has been open since June, and has had a steady flow of little feet treading its rubber mounds and rock-climbing...Jamieson St, Silverwater
Southwest of the CBD, Darling Harbour offers more than enough excitement for a day’s exploring
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