Culture Guide :: Rationality, Angst and Sensory Excitation…
April 28th 2014
What happened to the sun?!
Bloody winter snuck up on us while we were still applying aloe vera and sunscreen to our peeling shoulders. But before you dunk that second spoonful of Milo into a mug of warm milk and hibernate for a few months; remember you can stay hot in Sydney every night of the week with FBi’s Culture Guide…
Monday 28th :: Rationally Irrational…
Join A Rational Fear live as they dissect the best, the worst and the funniest of the world’s events live from Giant Dwarf in Redfern. This month features Lewis Hobba, Greg Fleet, James Colley, FBi’s own Hannah May Reilly and former NSW Premier Bob Carr …and best of all the whole thing is broadcast LIVE on FBi (that’s 94.5 if you haven’t been paying attention!)
WHAT: A Rational Fear LIVE!
WHERE: Giant Dwarf, 199 Cleveland St, Redfern
HOW MUCH: $20 + bf (from Eventbrite)
Tuesday 29th :: Would You Like Cheese with that Whine?!
Lewis Hobba is not the man to save you a in a crisis; he’s too skinny and really needs his glasses to see. But he would like to tell you about exactly what’s wrong. The Hungry Beast star is bringing Backs to the Wall to the Sydney Comedy Festival and in it he’ll be complaining about what’s right, what’s wrong and what’s right & wrong with the people complaining…
Wednesday 30th :: Delve into your inner angst…
‘German Angst’ is a retrospective of German artist Gregor Schneider’s work from the last 30 years. Consisting of video and photographic installations exploring the artists work in constructed rooms and the built environment. The works consist of rooms and basement shots that portray a stark, constructed environment representative of the world and our place within it.
WHAT: German Angst
WHERE: Dominik Mersch Gallery, 1/75 McLachlan Avenue, RUSHCUTTERS BAY
WHEN: 11am till 6pm (ends May 5th)
HOW MUCH: FREE
Thursday 1st :: To Die, To Sleep … Ay, There’s the Rub!
There’s more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy Tarantino! So goes the thinking behind Shakespeare’s Reservoir Dogs… “In Elizabethan London, six knights – perfect strangers to one another – are hired to rob a case of precious jewels from a coach on it’s way to the King. After their robbery is thwarted, the brigands realize that one of them must secretly be an officer in disguise. But which one?” Can you really afford to miss this?!
Friday 2nd :: Excite Your Senses!
Affectors are all about engaging people with art in all its multitudinous forms; and to that end they’ve put together Common Sense an exhibition and interactive art experience designed to engage the audience with every one of their sensory organs. Get along this Friday for a one-off “hyperkinetic feast of sight, sound, touch, smell and taste”… (Plus they have Green Fairy Cocktails, Gelato Messina ice cream & Zambrero cuisine on the menu!)
WHAT: Common Sense
WHERE: Brand X Space, 28 Broadway, Chippendale (opposite UTS)
HOW MUCH: FREE