Art & Design

Five Things To Do This Week In The Heat

By Phoebe McRae - 16 Jan 2017

Sydney is finally waking up from the holidays (a 2 week hangover is a legit condition). It’s a fact (at least according to us) that this year is going to be bigger and better than ever.

Get amongst 2017 with our list of five things to do in the hot, hot heat (that don’t involve getting sandy) but definitely do involve eating, drinking and even learning how to bake.

All You Can Eat Pizza At Maybe Frank

If you’re New Year diet has already crashed and burned, give yourself a pat on the back for trying— and then forget about it at Maybe Frank. Every Tuesday this Surry Hills hidden gem offers all you can eat pizza for anyone and everyone (judgement free). From the Porcini (think mushrooms and cheese), to the Capricciosa (a classic), make your way through their 20 pizza strong menu and wash it all down with a spritz.

When: Every Tuesday
Where: Maybe Frank
Cost: $20

Take A Bread Is Broken, Let’s Fix It Class

According to Dust Bakery bread is broken and we need to fix it. Make all things right in your carb-loving world by attending this bread appreciation class and join the breadolution. You get to take home a village loaf just for showing up as well as 1kg of freshly milled stone ground flour, and you’ll enjoy a dinner hosted by the main man of Dust, complete with stone milled pizza, salads and wine. Sign us up!

When: Wednesday to Friday
Where: Dust Bakery, Tramsheds
Cost: $75

Get Cultured At Nude At Night

It’s got to be said that art galleries have some of the best air conditioning in the world so escape the heat and hit up The Art Gallery of NSW for Nude at Night. Open until 10pm; join reading at Art After Hours on Wednesday, the philosophy session on Thursday and a nearly nude drawing workshop on Friday.

When: Wednesday to Friday
Where: Art Gallery of NSW
Cost: Free

Tennis Improv At The Roxbury Hotel

It’s the only month of the year anyone actually cares about tennis, so get involved with Full Body Contact No Love Tennis at the Roxbury Hotel. To put it simply, it’s improvised comedy that has nothing to do with tennis, featuring a whole lot of familiar (and unfamiliar) faces—and all of the LOLs.

When: Fortnightly on Tuesdays
Where: Roxbury Hotel, Glebe
Cost: $10

Black Mirror Exhibition At 107 Projects

Not to be confused with the oh-so confronting Netflix series, Black Mirror is an exhibition at 107 Projects, featuring emerging Australian artists. This collection of works gazes into the eyes of non-Aboriginal people and reflects the current realities of being Aboriginal today, whilst holding a mirror up to Australian society. There’s also air conditioning. This one’s a must.

When: 6pm - 8pm, Wednesdays until 29 January
Where: 107 Redfern Street
Cost: Free

Want more things to do in Sydney this month? Check this out.

Image credit: Dust Bakery

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