Culture Guide :: Naked Dancing, TOD Talks & Big Top Shenanigans

April 15th 2014

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Why’s everyone walking around like Monday is the end of the world?!

The weekend is only the beginning and there’s plenty more going on throughout Sydney this week. Fortunately for you, FBi’s culture guide has sifted through it to bring you the best of arts, culture and general happenings around town…


Tuesday 15th :: Don’t let the neighbours see!

Dancing Naked in the Backyard is a contemporary look at what happens when we try to create perfection. Suburban Hilton street is invaded by developers seeking to transform their lives and create the perfect village atmosphere. But it doesn’t all go according to plan…

Presented by BNW theater company.

WHAT: Dancing Naked in the Backyard
WHERE: Tap Gallery, 45 Burton Street, Darlinghurst
WHEN: 8pm (until the 26th of April)
HOW MUCH: $20 ($17 conc) from Trybooking

Dancing Naked

Wednesday 16th :: A Language of Images

Australian Vernacular Photography is our country and Australian culture in images. Capturing the wide brown land and the dense inner suburbs and the unique personalities that inhabit them…

WHAT: Australian Vernacular Photography
WHERE: Art Gallery of NSW
WHEN: Daily – ends 18th May


Thursday 17th :: Talking Heads

TOD talks is the exciting, innovative, flexibly delicious result of some truly amazing people getting together and talking about ideas that matter. It’s brought to you by the people at Giant Dwarf (who rarely make things shit)…

Featuring Lewi McKirdy, Genevieve Fricker, Brendan McLean, Carlo Ritchie, Eleanor Robertson and Max Lavergne

WHAT: TOD talks
WHERE: Giant Dwarf, 199 Cleveland St, Redfern
WHEN: 8pm
HOW MUCH: $15 from Eventbrite

TOD Talks

Friday 18th :: Run Away With the Circus

This weekend Darling Harbour will be transformed into something of a pop-up big top! Circus troupes from around Australia and the world will descend to juggle, tumble, clown and magic you through the long weekend.

WHAT: Hoopla Festival
WHERE: Darling Harbour
WHEN: 18th – 21st April
HOW MUCH: $5 – $15 for events (tix here)


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