Culture Guide: 20 – 26 December

December 20th 2021

Les Sculptures Refusées 2021

“Les Sculptures Refusées is returning to North Head Manly’s Q Station. Running from Wednesday, October 20–Thursday, January 27, this year’s edition of the exhibition will display new works by artists that missed out on major exhibitions like Sculpture by the Sea.

“Attendees can wander through the idyllic site, stumbling upon 24 different sculptures set to the Q Station’s vast grounds and the backdrop of Sydney Harbour. On display are artworks from an array of acclaimed and prolific local artists including Akira Kamada, Orest Keywan, Rosanna Goslett-King, Anna Dudek and Sarah FitzGerald.”

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“Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 10am Harry Hartog is running 20 minutes of kids storytime sessions with their resident storyteller and bookseller Renee.

“Harry Hartog Bookseller is located on Level 1 in the new wing, where there’s free parking and plenty of space for prams – plus coffee and dining options all over the ground floor. PS. From Monday to Thursday our Smidmore St restaurants are offering Kids Eat Free for under 12’s when you buy an adult meal!”

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Romeo & Juliet Ballet

“An artist who effortlessly fused dance and drama, Jonh Cranko richly evokes the grandeur of the Capulets’ ball, the fierce clashes of the rival families and the brief, luminous flare of young love.”

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Moonlight Cinemas

“What’s better than one Sydney Moonlight Cinema? Two, obviously. In addition to the CBD’s stint of openair movie-viewing, Western Sydney also plays host to the outdoor cinema — so get ready to watch flicks under the stars at Western Sydney Parklands between Thursday, November 16–Sunday, January 30.

“It’s also worth remembering that Moonlight Cinema is BYO — and there’ll be food, snacks, a bar and (if you’d like to pay for them) bean bags as well. And, in great news for movie-loving pooches, you can bring them along, too.”

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“You can celebrate the development of microcars — and their lasting impact — in an intriguing exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum. You’ll get to see microcars from the Museum’s collection as well as loans from local collectors. In addition to appreciating the past, you’ll also be able to look to the future with information about electric and hybrid smart cars around today.”

Check out this free event with the link here!

Christmas Weekend

Deck the Harbour

“From 12 November until 26 December 2021, Darling Harbour is decking its halls for the silly season, with giant floating baubles on Cockle Bay, Christmas-themed pedal boats, a building-sized bauble at the Convention Centre Forecourt, competitions, incredible outdoor dining options and a larger-than-life, interactive Sky Castle.

“Tumbalong Park will also host four days of Christmas festivities including live music and dance, kid’s entertainment, delicious food stalls and holiday treats.”

Click the link here for this event, and enjoy the holiday season!


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