Events on 8 May 2017 - Page 5

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Bubbles & Oysters @ The Deck, Sydney

Starting January 3 at The Deck you can enjoy $15 glasses of French Champagne with $2.50 oysters, every day during Bubbles & Oysters Happy Hour.Plus if you're in the mood for celebrating, you can order a bottle of…


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Blue Mountains Explorer Bus

The Blue Mountains Explorer Bus takes you to MORE of the sights, faster and more frequently than any other Blue Mountains tour. Hop on and off at 32 stops in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area of Katoomba, Leura,…


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Talk by Jonathon Biggins

Don’t follow the story. Be the story.John Behan is a radio talkback host with a city in the palm of his hand. He fills Sydney’s airwaves with easy answers, hard facts be damned. Yesterday, he overstepped the…


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The Popular Mechanicals

A funny thing happened on the way to the theatreThe popular mechanicals are Shakespeare’s greatest clowns – the endearingly amateur acting ensemble led by Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Here,…


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Black is the New White by Nakkiah Lui

Guess who’s coming to dinner?Charlotte Gibson is a lawyer on the up. She won a landmark Native Title case, she’s making her parents proud, she could have her own TV show tomorrow. But she has other ideas.…



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Win Newtown Sydney or Kirra Gold Coast Prize Home

WIN your choice of two amazing prize homes. Will you choose a luxurious beachfront apartment with ocean views in Kirra Wave on the Gold Coast, OR a classic terrace home in the heart of Sydney's cosmopolitan…


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Tap Gallery

Since 1989, The TAP has grown to become Sydney's largest un-curated visual and performance arts venue. In that time we've helped a diverse spectrum of artists and performers showcase their talents, with notable…


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2017 Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize

On view at NAS Gallery is the highly regarded Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize. Guest curator Callum Morton has selected some of the country’s brightest contemporary art stars who will in turn nominate one…



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Head On Photo Festival

The origins of Head On Photo Festival lie in a simple portrait prize held in Paddington in 2004. Conceptualized as a more equitable, unbiased and welcoming alternative to the often pretentious and exclusive photographic…