Things to do in Sydney This August


Things to do in Sydney August

Jersey Boys

Check out the Broadway smash Jersey Boys, which has returned to our shores with an all Australian cast led by Bernard Angel, Cameron MacDonald, Thomas McGuane and Glaston Toft. It’s an engaging adaptation of the epic story of four boys from New Jersey through their struggle for fame and recognition on their exponential rise to superstardom. Head on over to Haymarket this August to see this one! https://jerseyboys.com.au/

Human non Human

This unique and interesting exhibition explores core human motivations and presents the questions of what the future will see for us. Human non Human uses architecture, robotics, biotechnology, chemistry, organic matter, film and performance across four fantastic installation works. These represent society’s evolution and explore possibility for adaptation across four primary aspects of life: food, work, sex and belief. This exhibition is thought provoking and will reside with long after you exit the doors of the Powerhouse Museum- do not miss out this August. https://sydneyscience.com.au/2018/event/human-non-human/

The Comedy of Errors

Of all the Shakespearean plays, Comedy of Errors is among the funniest. Perfectly situated in Moore Park’s intimate Pop-up Globe it presents a very special setting, ideal for this play. The plot follows twin brothers separated at birth and explores themes of displacement and immigration. The light-hearted and comedic delivery results in an engaging and entertaining performance. https://www.timeout.com/sydney/theatre/the-comedy-of-errors

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Another Shakespearean favorite, A Midsummer Night’s Dream follows two pairs of lovers as they become lost in the woods on a magical evening. Also showing at the Pop-up Gobe, the private and delicate setting makes for a perfect backdrop to this iconic play. In a creative twist, an all-male cast add a contemporary edge to this classic.

The Morrison Oyster Festival

For the fifth year now, The Morrison Bar is hosting its popular Oyster Festival. With $1 oysters 6-7pm on the daily, join the que and prepare for a bargain treat! Alternatively book in for their Oyster Experience August 1-3rd at 11:30am. Expect a selection of oysters from over 50 delicious regions around Australia. We don’t know about you, but that’s our dinner sorted for the entire August! https://themorrison.com.au/oyster-festival/

Open Pizza Class at Casa Ristorante Italiano

Learn the magic that goes into preparing the perfect classic pizza base. Upskill in the areas of mixing, kneading, rounding, stretching and portioning the dough by hand. A perfect opportunity to learn the tricks of the trade for your very own Masterchef moment when you’re showcasing your newly acquired skills to your nearest and dearest. Head on over to Casa Ristorante Italiano on August 5thhttps://www.lovecasa.com.au/

Ferris Wheel High Tea

If you’re after whole-hearted fun paired with sophistication, this is just what you need! Think complimentary glasses of French Champagne and fresh juice served on board, with coffee, tea, petite sandwiches, croissants, quiches, gourmet sausage rolls, delicious scones, sweets, chocolates, macarons, tarts, eclairs and more. Hosted at The Deck Sydney, in Luna Park, this is a perfect date day idea this August 5-16thhttps://www.thedecksydney.com/whats-on/ferris-wheel-high-tea

Full Moon, Spaghetti and Wine at Icebergs

For a unique take on the full moon celebration, head to Icebergs Dining Room and Bar. Prepare for an unforgettable evening of wining, dining and of course unbeatable views of the full moon from their classy, glass setting overlooking the iconic Icebergs swimming pool. Indulge in the finest spaghetti and wine on Tuesday August 8 and prepare for a treat from the Italian region of Piedmont, known for its rich, savory cuisine. http://idrb.com/full-moon-x-spaghetti-wine-series/

Italian Food and Wine Festival

If you’ve been dreaming of an Italian holiday this year, this is the next best thing. Head straight to this year’s Italian Food and Wine festival hosted at The Cutaway, Barangaroo Reserve where there will be something extra special for everyone that enjoys pizza, pasta and of course wine (along with all other delicacies that Italian cuisine presents). You’ll find wine gardens and pop-up restaurants by Pizzaperta, Salt Meats Cheese, Otto Ristorante, Lot. 1 Sydney, Balla, Popolo and more! Make sure to save August the 27th into your social calendar! http://www.italianwinefoodfestival.com.au/

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