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This Week In Sydney

By Ellie Schneider
28th Oct 2013

You can look forward to another exceptionally fabulous week in Sydney—from sophisticated luncheons to remarkable design, we've even thrown in a little something for the zombie fans. Here are our top picks.

Monday 28th

Mexican Market And Street Party

Another great pick for Good Food Month— La Lupita and The Basement will be hosting a Mexican market and street party at Macquarie Place for one night only. Head down from 6pm-9pm for a fiesta of live music, frozen margaritas, spicy pork tacos, chicken wings, stalls and so much more!

Join Annabel Crabb For Melbourne Cup Lunch

Known for her insightful, ironic and witty commentary, Annabel Crabb takes up the reins as MC of Cafe Sydney's Melbourne Cup lunch next Tuesday. Menu highlights for the day include: herb crusted kingfish carpaccio; twice-cooked duck leg; double chocolate almond slice with raspberry sorbet and crème fraîche. For a seat at this highly sought after table, contact Cafe Sydney Reservations on 02 9251 8683.

Tuesday 29th

Romeo and Juliet

This is the last week to catch Sydney Theatre Company's performance of Romeo and Juliet at the Sydney Opera House. See one of the most famous of Shakespeare's plays like never before, in an exploration of love, lust and hormone-driven chaos. Tickets are available here.

Friday 1st

Sydney Architecture Festival Starts Today

A 10-day celebration of architecture and design, Sydney Architecture Festival will see more than 60 events transform a number of key locations across Sydney. Australia's largest public celebration of architecture, this year's event is inspired by the curatorial theme of "Your Community, Your City". The programme includes: guided architectural tours by bike, boat and on foot; architectural talks and symposiums; open houses; public installations; and exhibitions.

Danish Design at the House

As part of the Opera House's 40th anniversary, this free exhibition will showcase the best of classic and contemporary Danish design. The Western Foyer of the Sydney Opera House will be transformed into an exclusively curated installation—staging emerging and established Danish design from furniture to fashion. The exhibition runs until November 11.

Saturday 2nd

Sydney Zombie Walk

Drag your limbs across Sydney's streets and raise awareness for Australia's Brain Foundation. Register here then simply head to Hyde Park at 3:30pm and join thousands of Sydneysiders dressed to make one hell of a statement.

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