From provocative art and theatre, to live jazz and vintage pin-up pageants—we bring you another jam-packed weekend in Sydney.
Reformation At White Rabbit Gallery
White Rabbit's 10th exhibition, Reformation, opens tonight with more than 60 pieces, most of which have never been shown in Australia. The collection is a mix of provocative and challenging works, including: mechanical art; sensor-linked video; and architectural-scale installations. Opening night 6-8pm.
Sport for Jove Present Twelfth Night
Parramatta's Riverside Theatre and Sport for Jove present Twelfth Night, in celebration of Shakespeare's 450th birthday. Directed by Damien Ryan, with original music by Australian composer Christopher Harley, the critically acclaimed production should not be missed. Tickets available here.
Australian Tattoo and Body Art Expo
Staged at the Royal Hall of Industries, the Australian Tattoo and Body Art Expo will feature more than 250 of the world's best tattoo artists, including NY ink artist, DJ and TV personality Megan Massacre. The weekend expo will play host to tattoo contests, a vintage theme pin-up pageant, pro-skate demos, and much more!
Kiama Jazz & Blues Festival
With more than 60 gigs across 30 venues, the Jazz & Blues Festival will be transforming Kiama's streets, restaurants and cafes into a music-lover's playground, for a weekend of free music. Highlights include: blues legend Fiona Boyes; Melbourne sextet Shirazz; the highly sought after Adrian Cunningham; and Triple J Unearthed outfit The Vanns.
The Crooked Fiddle Band At Frankie's
There's no denying the boys at Frankie's know how to throw a party, and Sunday night is no exception as genre defying musical wizards, The Crooked Fiddle Band, take to the stage. Music kicks off at 9pm with support from newcomers Magic Bones.
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