Culture Guide: 31 January – 6 February

January 31st 2022
Monday; Local Comedy

Rat Klub Comedy Club - Every Monday Night

“Rat Klub is back this year to give you all of the best acts Sydney and interstate travel has to offer. Local beer on tap, $10 House Cocktails and Pizza from local legend Alberto’s is always available.
Happy Hour 5pm – 7pm
Doors open 6:30pm
RSA holders get happy hour all night!”

WHEN: Every Monday
For more info, or to prebook, click here. 
Tuesday; Live Theatre


“Bitchcoin: The art of selling out
“Quin is woke, Daisy is post-woke and Jake is a chad. When creatives Quin and Daisy win a competition to move in with the unreasonably popular Youtuber, Jake Wall, they stop making art and learn the art of selling out. Bitchcoin – the fourth play by Rosie Licence – comments on the entertainment industry’s grey areas between integrity & wankery and ambition & bloodthirst.
Bitchcoin was initially written and cast in 2021 for Sydney Fringe Festival. Due to its cancellation, Bitchcoin premieres as part of Panimo’s 2022 Pandemonium Festival at KXT Bakehouse. We can’t wait to actually do it!”
For more info and to book, head here.
Wednesday, Group Gallery Show


🙂 is an irl collage of art from up and coming Sydney/Eora based artists. 🙂‘s initiative is to break down formalities to create an accessible space for everyone to see/buy/experience art. 🙂 presents work in all mediums from all people about all things. We encourage a drink and a dance too.”

For more info, head here.

Thursday; Sydney Exclusive Documentary Screening

Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street

“How did we get to Sesame Street? A hit at Sundance 2021, Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street takes audiences inside the hearts and minds of the Sesame Street creators, artists and educators who established one of the most iconic children’s series in television history. It celebrates the show’s visionary creative team, who harnessed the burgeoning power of television to entertain as well as educate children, with the beloved cast of characters, catchy songs and diverse cast. Since it first aired in September 1969, Sesame Street has been broadcast in more than 120 countries, making it the most widely viewed children’s television show in the world.”

This screening is exclusive to the Golden Age in Sydney, tickets found here. 

Friday; Video, Sound and Installation Exhibition

Cindy Yuen-Zhe Chen: Spaces to Stir

“For Lunar New Year, Cindy Yuen-Zhe Chen will present a newly-commissioned body of work responding to unique landscapes and stories of women-identifying diaspora. Exploring artistic practice, aesthetics and labour, these works will be informed by discussions and interviews with women-identifying artists and friends of Chen. Presenting a bespoke exhibition comprised of video, sound and installation, Spaces to Stir will amplify the quiet and considered lived experiences of the artist.”

For more info and to book tickets, click here.


Weekend; Two Venue, Multi-disciplinary Survey Exhibition

A Hope: Khaled Sabsabi

“Campbelltown Arts Centre (C-A-C) in partnership with the Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW) presents Khaled Sabsabi: A Hope – the second chapter of a survey exhibition held across both venues. A Hope is an invitation to explore Khaled Sabsabi’s multidisciplinary art practice which envisions aspects of our world where the ordinary presents opportunities for moments of interaction and heightened states of

This exhibition is free, for more info, click here.


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