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What to do in Sydney this March

Autumn is here, but there’s heaps happening to put a spring in your step. Here are 13 events you’ll love.

Get involved in Sydney WorldPride

Painted mural on Kinsela's designed by Double Rainbouu’s Mikey Nolan for Sydney WorldPride.

If you haven’t already, there’s still time to celebrate Sydney WorldPride. Don’t miss the Camp at the Seymour Centre, Pride Villages street party on 4 and 5 March or Rainbow Republic at the Domain on 5 March.

Until 5 March

Bring your friends, family and pups to Sydney Streets

Sydney Streets in Glebe

Neighbourhoods around Sydney become car-free zones to eat, shop and play for Sydney Streets. Glebe, Redfern, Darlinghurst and Pyrmont are all on the line-up this month. Choose a neighbourhood to explore and make a day of it! Plus, don’t miss Sydney Streets on Crown Street on 1 April.

Every weekend in March

Shuo Shu at The White Rabbit Gallery

Gain a deeper understanding of the power of storytelling in Chinese culture and its continued relevance in the contemporary art world. Artists map the evolution of the story from timeless myths and literary romances to political propaganda and modern-day censorship.

Wednesdays to Sundays until Sunday 14 May

Celebrate International Women’s Day

Laser cut printmaking using archival photos at Darling Square Library

From art classes to lunches, talks to concertsdon’t miss a range of events celebrating International Women’s Day.

Wednesday 8 March

Step into wonderland

The Alice Season 2: Through The Looking Glass

Discover hidden secrets in backwards mirrors, participate in a human-sized chess match and create a tasty smoking cocktail concoction at this Alice in Wonderland cocktail experience.

Wednesdays and Sundays until 26 March

See Feminazi at Belvoir Street Theatre

Feminazi as part of Belvoir's Sydney WorldPride program

This darkly funny show is a part digital, part theatre performance about queer guilt, inherent misogyny and homophobia within self.

Until Saturday 11 March

Stretch it out under the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Yoga in the park

Get fit and flexible every Sunday morning with free yoga at Dawes Point Park.

Sundays in March, 9:30am to 10:30am

Watch The Rocky Horror Show live at Theatre Royal

The Rocky Horror Show

One of the world’s favourite musicals comes to Sydney, starring Australian superstar Jason Donovan as Frank N Furter and Myf Warhurst as the Narrator.

Showing until Saturday 1 April

Enjoy Irish culture at St Patrick’s Day on the Plaza

St Patrick's Day on the Plaza

Hear traditional Irish music from the Celtic Tones, join the fancy dress pooch parade, try your hand at hurling or camogie traditional games of Ireland.

Saturday 18 March

Have a laugh at the Running Joke Comedy Club

The Running Joke Comedy Club

Every Tuesday night, headliners and newcomers assemble to fill the Potts Point Hotel with laughter.

Tuesdays, 8:30pm to 10:30pm

Take part in a live FBi Radio discussion

Independent youth radio station FBi Radio presents a special live recording of their weekly show Race Matters.

Saturday 25 March from 2pm to 3pm

Discover local bush food

Learn the long history of Aboriginal cultural connection to the landscape and the plants and animals that live in our area on this guided walk.

Saturday 25 March from 1pm to 3pm

Learn how to cut your food waste

Learn how to start your own worm farm

More than one-third of waste in household red bins is food, but these organic materials could be put to much better use. Get the basics on worm farming in this talk and demonstration at Sydney City Farm.

Saturday 25 March from 1pm to 2:30pm

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