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The Australian Chamber Orchestra’s electro-acoustic side project is making a comeback in Sydney for one night only.
The one-day electronic music festival returns to Camperdown, with headline sets from Maceo Plex, Ben UFO and The Black Madonna.
Head to the Opera House next International Women’s Day to see writers, activists, artists and an astrophysicist examine women’s lives in the post-Me Too era.
Calling all otaku.
Australia's inaugural tiny home expo is coming to Sydney.
The iconic band has announced two Australian shows. We guarantee you’ll “Regret” missing out.
Easy Mac, but make it Japanese.
They’ve been described as the “love child of a grilled-cheese panini and a kebab”.
Do the Time Warp (again) as part of this immersive cinematic experience.
Top Aussie chefs are teaming up with media personalities for a pizza-party fundraiser for bushfire relief – including Brent Savage, Shannon Martinez, Larry Emdur, Tim “Rosso” Ross and Anthony Falco from Brooklyn’s Roberta’s.
The month-long art party returns with after-dark gallery-hopping, private collections on display, and an informative series of talks.
A street festival bringing together conscious brands and consumers.
The open-water swim aims to raise $350,000 for the Zero Childhood Cancer research program.
The 11-day event in regional WA celebrates hyper-local produce, with help from chefs Julie Goodwin, Paul West, Derek Lau and Amy Hamilton.
Edward Snowden, Roxane Gay and Jon Ronson – some of the world’s deepest thinkers – are on the line-up. And they’ll be tackling some of the most important issues of our time.
The American punk icon will discuss her new book with the legendary Australian singer-songwriter.
Marrickville's biggest music festival is shutting down Railway Parade for another round – and this year's it's not just on a Friday.
Taste more than 30 varieties of these delicious Nepalese dumplings at the inaugural celebration in April.
Britain’s leading choreographer, Wayne McGregor, and local rising star, Alice Topp, join forces to bring an electric triple bill of modern dance to the stage for The Australian Ballet.
For your next Sunday brunch, trade in smashed avocado for a regional Sri Lankan feast.
The psych-rock band will play songs from their forthcoming album The Slow Rush, supported by Texan three-piece Khruangbin. And they’re donating $300,000 from ticket sales to the bushfire relief efforts.
The now-annual pop music review will feature the Pussycat Dolls, Steps and Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Get ready for a dose of sugary nostalgia.
This huge pop-up immersive exhibition has been named “the world’s most Instagrammable exhibit". It features an enormous confetti dome, a large ball pit and a choc-chip biscuit-scented “cookie room”.
The London comedy smash makes its Sydney debut.
Global design platform Semi Permanent is putting on a three-day event dedicated to restlessness. Hear how leaders from the creative and business communities think we should harness it.
Whether you’re a champion of cheddar, a burrata buff or an emmental enthusiast, there’ll be a fromage for you at Australia’s biggest cheese festival.
The harbourside festival of fizz returns with more than 60 varieties, paella and pizza, and even champagne soap.
Slytherin to this magical re-enactment of all seven Harry Potter books in 70 minutes. Accio, tickets.
Eighty-seven days, more than 100 artists and six venues – and this year's program goes way beyond art.
Get inside the mind of one of the world’s most influential living philosophers.
Raincoats and Phil Collins cassettes at the ready for this dark and hilarious ride into the mind of Patrick Bateman.
Justin Vernon and his band are touring the country for the first time in eight years.
At this free exhibition, the Art Gallery of NSW’s director looks back on 50 years of collecting international contemporary art.
The London-born gin festival is making its Sydney debut at Carriageworks, with more than 100 gins (and 30 producers) under one roof.
The smash-hit Broadway musical is based on the remarkable true story of a tiny-but-mighty town off the east coast of Canada that embraced thousands of stranded passengers on September 11.
One hundred extraordinary photos of the natural world – gathered from across the globe.