Events on 18 November 2021 - Page 9

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The Mint

Formerly the ‘Rum Hospital’ – oldest surviving public building in Sydney’s CBDBuilt for a cost of 45,000 gallons of rum, The Mint is rich in history. It was originally part of Governor…


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Wherever She Wanders

At one of Australia’s oldest residential colleges, scandal is rare. Or, scandal that reaches the outside world anyway. Behind closed mahogany doors, there’s always quiet money to mop up the mess.Writing the…



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The Woman in Black

This season, one of the most thrilling and long-running plays in West End history makes its way to the close quarters of Ensemble’s intimate stage.Mr Kipps (Jamie Oxenbould, BABY DOLL) is troubled by disturbing…


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Django Blackheart

M@SM presents Django BlackheartTHURS 18 NOV : 7.30pm3 course Asian Fusion-Tapas and two live sets6 mins north over the Sydney Harbour BridgeWorking up a new album, Django Blackheart are a five-piece guitar and harmonica…



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Mingus Amongst Us

SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S JAZZ FESTIVAL PRESENTSMingus Amongst Us ft. Tessie Overmyer & Hannah JamesMINGUS AMONGST US FT. TESSIE OVERMYER & HANNAH JAMESCharles Mingus brought fire and energy to the jazz world…


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Live Jazz

Come and enjoy smooth live jazz every Thursday at Yulli's Brews from 630pm with fresh craft beers and delicious plant-based food and snacks.Reserve a table online to avoid disappointment :)…



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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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Gannon House Gallery

Gannon House Gallery is dedicated to Australian Arts and Crafts. It was built by Michael Gannon in the 1830's. Having sailed into Sydney Harbour on the convict ship 'Almorah', with his brother Hames. Michael commenced…


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