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Vivid Sydney 2024 has kicked off its 14th year with a spectacular opening night, as the festival transforms Sydney’s glittering harbour, iconic landmarks and cityscape with a showcase of creativity and innovation for the next 23 nights. It will run from Friday 24 May to Saturday 15 June, featuring the world’s most innovative artists, culinary...

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The 24th Biennale of Sydney, titled Ten Thousand Suns, is this year’s major international arts festival in Sydney. It is the largest free contemporary art event of its kind in Australia and is on at the Art Gallery of NSW, Artspace, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia and Chau Chak Wing Museum at the University of...

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By Peter Lynch You’ll love the songs – and the hilarious story! The best way to describe & JULIET is a rollicking rock concert. A party from start to finish. A love story. A tale of female empowerment. It’s about second chances and love for everybody. But the biggest revelation of this two-hour, joyous expression...

Artist Kaylene Whiskey in front of her colourful art work that features black superheroes in a giant TV screen as part of Biennale of Sydney

Sydney will come alive in a burst of colour, movement and creative works with the 24th Biennale of Sydney, titled Ten Thousand Suns, at seven major locations across the harbour city.   This international art festival is the largest contemporary art event of its kind in Australia. It can be seen at Art Gallery of New...

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Hot Argentinian dance and drumming sensation Malevo are heading to the Sydney Opera House this month. The 17-strong all-male ensemble will be making their Australian debut, offering a contemporary take on the traditional Argentinian folkloric, Malambo; a folk dance originally performed by gauchos (the South American equivalent of cowboys) of the Pampas region.  Created by...

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The program for the most spectacular end-of-the-year event that the rest of the world is waiting for – New Year’s Eve on Sydney Harbour –  has been launched at Sydney Opera House. Sydney will again set a benchmark for the planet when 58,000 fireworks weighing in at 8.5 tonnes will explode over Sydney Harbour this...

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