Top 10 Sydney Culture On this week 04/11/2018

Hush as the curtain rises on Bill Murray. Sigh in relief when it closes on Smash Mouth.


10) Dickerson and Daiquiris

8th November

An evening of cocktails and canapes at an art gallery in the surroundings of the exhibition: Robert Dickerson: Against the Tide. The evening will feature a walk-through of the exhibition, with a discussion between art curator Ross Heathcoate and Director of the Dickerson Gallery, Sam Dickerson.


9) Daniel Muggleton – Mouth Breather

8th November

Australian comedian Daniel Muggleton brings his blunt and honest storytelling to Giant Dwarf this November. His casual delivery and quick wit have made him a fixture at comedy clubs and festivals in The UK, USA, Europe and Australia. Come see his new show ‘Mouth Breather’ so he can justify moving to London in 2018. Don’t worry, he doesn’t like English people either.


8) The Constellations Ep #6 “The Bees”

6th November

Join DLUX for a live recording of The Constellations, a podcast exploring art projects that operate at the intersections of science and technology. From bio-feedback art to apps that simulate chronic pain, artists who use science to make the stars of our galaxy sing, join the live in the audience.


7) Magners Sydney Irish Festival

10th & 11th November

This two-day Irish extravaganza will play host to the exhilarating Irish national game of Hurling, headlining musical acts, an array of bars, food outlets, stalls and amusement rides, along with traditional Irish dance performances, hurling clinics and plenty of family friendly activities right across the weekend.


6) Newtown Festival

11th November

Celebrating 40 years inspiring social change, the Newtown Festival will return to celebrate the 40th anniversary of one of Sydney’s biggest and most beloved annual events! Featuring: A Kids Zone, Heaps Gay Karaoke Closet, Better Read Than Dead Writer’s Tent, Commune, Sassy Treats’ Dog Show and a live music lineup including Furnace and the Fundamentals, Georgia June, Georgia Mulligan, Jackie Brown Jr, The Kid Laroi, K.I.M, Motherfunk, Nooky, Ollie Thorpe, Palms, Pirra and Planet.


5) Taste of Sydney Collective

8th-12th November

This 4-day festival of food features 6 immersive sessions, where collaborators will work with unique themes each day. The themes will guide not only the culinary experience, but also the music, atmosphere, fringe events and vibe. Inspired by culture, geography and style and, of course, tickling the tastebuds.


4) Melbourne Cup at The Duke of Clarence

6th November

Tip your fascinator to the Duke and celebrate the Melbourne Cup in style with a punchbowl cocktail on arrival, canapes, beer, wine and bubbles and the big race televised from 3pm!


3) Smash Mouth Live

8th November

Californian rockers, Smash Mouth, have just announced they will return to Australia! Smash Mouth were regular chart toppers and rode the wave of the 90’s ‘alternative’ music scene, selling in excess of 10 million albums worldwide. They are no strangers to our audiences with songs like the All Star, Can’t Get Enough of You Baby, Walkin’ On The Sun and celebrated Monkees classic I’m A Believer.


2) Return To Rio

9th-12th November

Do you dream of escaping? Is your head in the clouds? Want to escape from the city? Flee the hustle and crowds? Well this sounds like Rio, and you’re welcome to visit! Here the people are lovely and the setting’s exquisite! A music festival of free expressing featuring: Sasha, Lee Burridge, Skream, Roni Size, Greg Wilson, Lat Night Tuff Guy, Mr C, Blond:ish, CID INC, Hoj, Tara Brooks and Oona Dahl.


1) Bill Murray LIVE!

9th & 10th November

The legendary actor and comedian Bill Murray, and world renowned Cellist Jan Vogler are bringing their ‘New Worlds’ tour to Australia and New Zealand this November. The two met during their travels and became friends in New York. Curious about each others artistic world and interests, the actor and the cellist soon had the idea to work together on a project. A program that showcases the core of the American values in literature and music. A show that communicates the bridges artists have built between America and Europe. Twain, Hemingway, Whitman, Cooper, Bernstein, Gershwin and Foster are some of the strongest voices that influenced generations of humans in America and gave the world a picture of the charm, energy and creative force of the ‘New Worlds’.

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