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What's on in Newtown & Enmore

Looking to let your hair down and take your dancing shoes for a spin? We’ve got you covered.

Wine and Cheese at the Stinking Bishops

Gender Bender Bingo Coopers Hotel | 221 King St, Newtown | Monday from 7:30pm

Join the team at Coopers every Monday night for Sydney’s most famous Bingo – often imitated but never duplicated. Hosted by Fran Giapanni and Coco Jumbo, treat yourself to award winning entertainment, drinks, venue vouchers and a cash jackpot up for grabs every week. Gender Bender Bingo kicks off from 7:30pm with balls dropping at 8pm.

The Front Page by Ben Hecht & Charles Macarthur | New Theatre | April 23 - May 18

“A Journalist is a cross between a bootlegger and a whore.” Late at night, in the crowded press room at Chicago’s Criminal Court, a group of reporters is waiting to cover a controversial execution the next morning. Then an unexpected event breaks through the banter and bravura, and suddenly a scoop is on the cards.

This landmark comedy from 1928 introduced the now-familiar character of the hard-living, wise-cracking reporter chasing the big story, no matter what. In this fresh adaptation, complete with some gender swapping, the satire on corruption, manipulation and scandal in politics, journalism and justice still hits a nerve.

The Front Page at New Theatre

The Finders Keepers Markets | Carriageworks | May 3rd - 5th


Visit Australia’s most loved design market as The Finders Keepers returns to Carriageworks in 2024! The Finders Keepers Sydney Design Market is back this May 3rd - 5th, bringing 160+ of Australia's best designers, makers and foodies together for a three-day festival-style event.

The Finders Keepers is a place to connect and celebrate creativity, IRL. They are more than Australia’s favourite design market—they’re growing the mindfully made, thoughtfully bought revolution, with you. Take a break from scrolling and start strolling the market aisles, boogie to live local DJs, eat fresh food, sample the bars and support Australia’s creative best. From ceramics to slow fashion, fine jewellery to art, The Finders Keepers is where you’ll discover the latest from Australia’s craftiest cats.

Finders Keepers Market Carriageworks Sydney 2024

Ocean Photographer of the Year | National Maritime Museum | Now until end of May


The Ocean Photographer of the Year exhibition features over 100 photographs of beautiful and thought-provoking imagery from some of the world’s best ocean photographers. Photographs reveal the full spectrum of ocean life through a wealth of drone, land and underwater images and include stunning imagery of wildlife encounters, seascapes, and beautiful interpretations of the human-ocean connection Ocean Photographer of the Year showcases all the winners and finalists from Oceanographic Magazine’s renowned competition, the Ocean Photographer of the Year awards, attracting entrants from across the world – from amateurs and professionals alike. The Australian National Maritime Museum is proud to have produced the world premiere exhibition of the awards and to showcase many international and Australian photographers, including Western Australian teenager Jarvis Smallman, who received the title of Young Ocean Photographer of the Year, 2023. Ocean Photographer of the Year is open at the Australian National Maritime Museum until the end of May, tickets are available via the website or at the Museum front desk.

Ocean Photographer of the Year National Maritime Museum

Sydney Comedy Festival | Various Venues | April 22nd - March 19th


Every April and May, over 250 of the best comedians from Australia and beyond take to stages across Sydney for a massive month of comedy, followed by a national Showcase Tour from May to December. The Festival kicks off in grand style with lavish gala events right across Sydney: the Sydney Opera House, Enmore Theatre, The Concourse Chatswood, Performing Arts Centre Sutherland and Riverside Theatres in Parramatta. The Festival program features performances from the finest Australian acts, the biggest international stars and the most promising emerging talent offering up everything from stand up to sketch, satire, impro, musical, absurdist, theatre, magic and kids comedy. In addition to presenting the biggest international stars and local legends, the Festival is a keen advocate and supporter of new Australian talent. Through the FRESH program, the Festival offers new Australian talent financial assistance, marketing support and professional advice to allow them to present a successful show, gain valuable experience and grow their audience.


A Case for the Existence of God | Seymour Centre | 11 April - 4 May

Outhouse Theatre Co and Seymour Centre are proud to present the Australian premiere of the highly-acclaimed, A Case for the Existence of God, 11 April – 4 May. Named one of the best plays of 2022 by The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Vulture and Time Out New York, A Case for the Existence of God is both intimate and expansive - exploring themes of financial insecurity, parenthood, and what is possible when we truly open up to someone else. Ryan is a straight, white, recently divorced factory worker while Keith is gay, black, the single caretaker of a foster daughter and a mortgage broker. When Ryan seeks Keith's help to secure a loan and buy back land that his family lost, the two men discover they share "a specific kind of sadness" and unexpectedly choose to bring one another into their fragile worlds. Infused with empathy, humour, and heart-wrenching honesty, Samuel D. Hunter graces audiences with what is possible when we seek common ground and embrace our shared humanity.


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