Culture Guide :: Loose leaves, art parties & freaky fridays
October 29th 2013
It’s hard to know what to do after work sometimes… when you’ve got The Z Factor and Please Date My Horribly Awkward Son doubling up on TV, how could you possibly consider heading back outside?! Luckily, we’re keeping our eyes out to bring you the best, brightest, and usually cheapest stuff on the Sydney arts and culture scene.
So when the lure of comfortable pants and reality TV threatens to maroon you on the shores of mediocrity, FBi’s culture guide has got you sorted…
Tuesday :: Read/sing/rap/act… or just sit on a couch
Sydney’s newest writers group blends poetry, stories, rap, spoken word and whatever else is in between into a night celebrating all things words. You can get involved yourself or just sit on one of Mr Falcons assortment of couches and drink a delicious beverage.
Wednesday :: Watch Redfern Now under the stars
The new season of award-winning drama Redfern Now hits our TVs on Thursday but if hibernating inside with the telly isn’t your thing you can get out and see the premiere ep early in an open-air screening at The Block. Hang out with celebs, be serenaded by the sweet sounds of Gurrumul and get in on some live radio while you’re at it.
Nibbles and drinks are on them, but BYO picnic if you feel so inclined.
WHAT: New season of Redfern Now, open air screening
WHERE: The Block, corner Eveleigh and Caroline St Redfern
WHEN: There’s a heap of stuff on from 3pm, 7.45pm screening
HOW MUCH: Free
Thursday :: Help warm a new art space
If you’ve walked down Broadway in the last few years, you would have noticed that big Central Park building. Well it turns out they’ve dedicated 1000 square metres to arts and culture. Yew! Brand X (formerly Queen St Studio) are getting in on the action with a creative playground and they’re throwing a party to celebrate.
Friday :: Find the bizarre in Sydney’s oldest laneways
Starting this Friday night, the Rocks Village is turning into a hidden world of burlesque, performance art, speakeasy bars and markets.
Get involved with Sydney’s weird and wacky side, including a bicycle powered cinema, a hole in the sky bar and a karaoke party in a trolley. Check out the program here.
WHAT: The Rocks Village Bizarre
WHERE: The Rocks Square
WHEN: Friday 6.30-10pm (then runs Fridays through November & December.
HOW MUCH: Free!