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Written by Rebecca Beaton
WHAT TO DO IN NSW
Fellr presents an evening of art and culture with “A Land Of Fizz” at Pleasures Playhouse. This year contemporary abstract artist/sculptor, Elliott Routledge (Funskull) and photographer, Matt Cherubino showcase a temporary installation piece inspired by an unfamiliar environment. Tickets available now.
Powerhouse Ultimo presents, the Absolutely Queer exhibition. The Powerhouse Late is a celebration of the LGBTQIA+ artists in the exhibition and their communities happening after hours. The free exhibitions will feature live music, film screenings, workshops, talks and exhibition tours. Happening from the 16th Feb.
Manly Pacific – MGallery has emerged from two years of rejuvenation to reveal its $30m transformation, featuring a refreshed façade, 213 redesigned rooms, including The Infinity Residence and nine ocean-facing Coastal Suites, a rooftop pool and bar, a sundeck with an infrared sauna, 55 North – a new eclectic lobby bar, and a conference and events floor.
The annual family-friendly festival, ‘The Greek Summer Festival is returning to Carss Bush Park on 12th February. Bringing authentic Greek flavours, music and entertainment. Festival-goers can also indulge in traditional dishes like hot and crunchy Loukoumades from the popular Yiayia’s Loukoumades, Fish & Chips by Fish & Lemonade, Greek Pastries by Christopher’s Cake Shop and more.
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Cruel Intentions is coming to Riverside Theatre in Parramatta and to celebrate, Novotel Parramatta is offering a limited-time package. The package includes 2 premium tickets for the Musical, Overnight accommodation with buffet breakfast and a Bottle of wine and cheese plate on arrival.
The Imperial is celebrating Mardi Gras on Saturday, 25 February in style. From VIP viewing parties, and Drag N’ Dine to dance parties in The Basement. The Imperial has you covered with events featuring some of Australia’s best drag talent.
The Cutaway at Barangaroo is holding its new exhibition, Frida Kahlo: Life Of An Icon. Journey through the life of one of the most influential artists of all time. For the first time in Australia, a unique biographical exhibition allows you to better understand Frida Kahlo, the woman whose perseverance, rebellion and talent placed her aeons ahead of her time.
Lovehoney and Lyre’s invite you to join them on level 4 at David Jones Elizabeth Street to introduce you to their Mon Ami range which empowers people to take control of their own pleasure. From the 17th – 19th of February customers will have the chance to chat with the Lovehoney experts and shop the range while enjoying a range of non-alcoholic drinks from Lyre’s.
More info here.
WHAT TO DO IN VIC
Brunswick restaurant, Old Palm Liquor has launched a weekly ‘Sunday Fish Braai’ in celebration of Head Chef Almay Jordaan’s South African heritage, where braai (coal-fired barbequing) is a staple. The menu features six delicious dishes and bottomless wines on tap can also be added for those who wish to enjoy the venue’s popular house drops.
Enjoy a Paint and Sip Class in the Dark at Port Melbourn. Pour a glass of wine, pick up a paintbrush, get your boogie on and unleash your neon spirit at a hyper-fluoro disco!
NGV are holding an exhibition for one of the world’s most influential and innovative fashion designers, Alexander McQueen: Mind, Mythos, Muse. Inviting visitors to enter the conceptual, encyclopaedic and creative mind of this boundary-pushing fashion designer through more than 100 clothing pieces accompanied by more than 70 historical artworks.
More info here
The Summer Night Market is happening at Queen Vic Market every Wednesday night until 15 March. Each week, the Market will come alive with global street food trucks and stalls, festival bars, unique shopping featuring local artisans, as well as a rotating weekly line-up of live music and roving entertainment.
More info here
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