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Theatre - The Ultimate Lesbian Double Feature

23 Feb-05 Mar The voices of queer women are still largely – and depressingly – under-represented on Australian stages. The Ultimate Lesbian Double Feature, a late...

Around Town - Easter Trading Hours at Sydney Fish Market

25-28 Mar With a predicted 55,000 people expected to descend on the Sydney Fish Markets for Easter, trading hours have been extended on Good Friday to ease the...

Around Town - Thailand Grand Festival

12-13 Mar Running across two days, the Thailand Grand Festival will be packed with enough Thai food, drink and cultural experiences to trick you into believing...

Around Town - Yassmin Abdel-Magied

Sat 05 Mar Meet this inspiring young woman and get your personally signed copy of her book, Yassmin's Story. Share in Yasmin's wisdom as she describes...

Restaurants - Hoost

Translated from the word for ‘harvest’ in Danish (høst), this new Surry Hills restaurant has been inspired by patron-chef Samantha Pok’s travels...

Theatre - Pennsylvania Avenue

28 Apr-22 May After the phenomenal successs of Songs for Nobodies, playwright Joanna Murray-Smith (Switzerland) has reteamed with the superemely talented singer...

Theatre - Alana Valentine on Ladies Day

The doyenne of verbatim theatre turns her process inside out in a play about “true stories”

Theatre - 80 Minutes No Interval

08 Mar-09 Apr Having cheerfully lampooned "the theatre" in his indie sci fi comedy Robots vs Art, actor turned writer-director Travis Cotton is back at it with what...

Restaurants - Burgapalooza

Sat 19 Mar The latest meat-fest from roaming burger pop-up Hashtag Burgers (they were behind the epic Funk-N-Burgers at The Lord Gladstone) is here....

Restaurants - Anason

Barangaroo’s quest to become Sydney’s next dining hub continues with the opening of the first permanent restaurant on the site, Anason. Somer Sivrioglu,...

Around Town - The best things to do in March

Summer is over. Winter is coming. Make the most of those light evenings and warm mornings with these 31 things to do before the clocks change

Bars & Pubs - Fairy Burgers at Mary's

01-06 Mar Normally we're all about sesame seeds on our burger buns, but there is one week of the year when Sydney gets to bejewel their burgers for a good cause,...

Restaurants - Bliss and Chips

Newtown’s King Street, already the epicentre of vegetarian and vegan eating in Sydney, is now home to Australia’s first vegan fish and chip shop.   At...

Restaurants - Pepe Saya Pop-up Store

23 Feb-24 Mar Pepe Saya, the people who showed us how good butter can really be, have opened up a pop-up store dedicated to dairy. Open until Easter and aptly named...

Theatre - Aladdin

12 Aug-03 Nov Following in the footsteps of Disney's lavish stage adaptation of Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin brings the 1992 animation to stage as a Orientalist...

Millers Point from Observatory Hill

Some of the houses in this area are amongst the oldest in Sydney. They have been owned by the government as public housing, but, controversially, the government has evicted long term residents and is selling the properties. People are being rehoused elsewhere. Show More Summary

Thirsty Bird Southern fried chicken, Potts Point

First there was Mr Crackles. Now we have Thirsty Bird. The folks behind Mr Crackles have expanded to a second outlet, moving their attention from (predominantly) pork to chicken. It's no surprise that their obsession with crunch - have...Show More Summary

Overseas Passenger Terminal, Circular Quay

Cruise ships are getting larger and larger. They are regular visitors to Sydney, often only staying a day - long enough for people to have a wander around the circular Quay area, maybe walk across the Harbour Bridge and to the Opera House, and say they have "done Sydney".

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