Every now and then, a beautiful antidote to the unending yuppie-fication of Newtown rears its lovely head. If you’ve ever wandered down King St on a Saturday night only to be visually assaulted by packs of maggoted, cashed up, male bogan idiots in striped polo shirts, then the Pop Up Festival will be sure to
Sydney Fringe Festival
“Flesh” (2011) by Ears Galleries – who needs them? One enterprising crew of local artists led by Chris Lego and Daniel O’Toole have decided to stage their own art market in the backstreets of Newtown. It’s called the Artcore Guerilla Art Fair. It’s happening on September 15 and it’s designed to give artists a free,
Throw on your glad rags and join us for some lollygagging and unabashed whoopee at Five Eliza, where New York speakeasy meets Newtown Bohemia. Smooth licks and risqué rhythms. Cocktails and beer. Free-thinking and jangled morals! In September The Sydney Fringe will uncover a forgotten corner of our city and unveil the 2011 Festival Club.