Weekend Culture Guide :: Home brew, cheap food & a lot of colour
February 7th 2014
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…
Friday 7th Feb :: Make beer while the sun shines
Keen to get your home brewskie on but not a clue where to start? The local legends from Young Henrys would be happy to help out. Make us some while you’re at it?
What: Young Henrys Home Brew Masterclass
Where: Work-Shop, 78 George St Redfern
When: 6.30pm tonight
How much: $60, book online
Friday 7th Feb :: Chinese double feature at Golden Age
As part of the Sydney Chinese New Year festivities, the 4a Centre for Contemporary Asian Art are presenting a special event at our favourite inner-city cinema for Cinema Alley. Expect two feature films, Still Life and A Touch of Sin, alongside contemporary art installations by renowned Chinese artists.
What: Cinema Alley – Lunar New Year special
Where: Golden Age Cinema & Bar, 80 Commonwealth St Surry Hills
When: Still Life @ 6.30pm / A Touch of Sin @ 9pm
How much: $20. A Touch of Sin is already sold out but there are still tix for Still Life. Be quick!
Friday 7th Feb :: Food Truck Fridays
Food Trucks United have turned what used to be a creepy park at night to a hub of art and culture and great, delicious food for the first Friday of every month. Aside from Sydney’s best food trucks Sweet tunes, a pop up cocktail bar, an art village and street battles.
What: Food Trucks United
Where: Belmore Park, Eddy Ave next to Central Station
When: Tonight from 5:30pm
How much: $10-$14ish. Happy hour between 6-7pm
Saturday 8th Feb :: Short & Sweet
Love at first sight? Or love at first byte? There’s plenty going on at the King Street Theatre (formerly Newtown Theatre) as part of the Short and Sweet Festival. Check it out.
What: Great Expectations in the Office of Nostalgia
Where: King Street Theatre, 644 King St Newtown
When: 2.30pm Saturday / 1pm Sunday / 7.30pm Monday
How much: Tickets here
Sunday 9th Feb :: Colour Run
Remember seeing all your mates who did the Colour Run last year post really awesome photos of themselves in rainbow paint looking like they were having the best time ever? If you missed out you can do it yourself on Sunday. But be quick, there are only a few tickets available for the late start.
What: Colour Run
Where: Sydney Olympic Park
When: 8am & 2pm
How much: – 8am has sold out, get in quick for the second run!