Dine, drink and groove at Sydney Streets
With just 2 more events in the series, this is your chance to experience Sydney Streets if you haven’t already.
Glebe Point Road will bustle with live music, markets and more on Saturday 5 November.
Potts Point will come to life with alfresco bites, entertainment and special offers from businesses on Saturday 12 November.
Get playful for International Games Month
From retro consoles to tabletop games, see what fun gaming sessions our libraries have on offer.
Immerse yourself in cabaret, burlesque and circus
L’Hôtel reinvents the classic dinner theatre experience at the Sydney Opera House, immersing its audience in a world of French intrigue while it dines among the action.
Until Sunday 13 November
Take a trip to Hollywood Quarter
From Italo-disco DJ sets and bottomless margaritas to Halloween festivities and oyster pairings, the vibrant inner-city area formerly known as Little Hollywood is the place to be this month.
Every day until Monday 14 November
Take your photo under Neon Playground
Chinatown is shining for a one-of-a-kind street festival with art, lights, music, community and food. While you’re there, savour an Asian dessert crawl and indulge in neon-themed cocktails at Bancho, happy hour drinks at the Star Hotel and Market City Tavern.
Every day until Sunday 20 November
Go on a culinary adventure
Discover fine dining, live music, walking tours and more as restaurants and bars across Surry Hills showcase their most delicious flavours.
See the Sydney Peace Prize award ceremony
Get your ticket to the prestigious Sydney Peace Prize award ceremony and lecture honouring the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
Thursday 10 November from 6:30pm to 8pm
Hear the Sydney Town Hall organ recitals
Declared the finest concert instrument of its kind when it was unveiled, the grand organ comes to life played by the City of Sydney organist at this lunchtime concert.
Monday 14 November from 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Shop gourmet produce
A new farmers market is coming to the laneways of Quay Quarter. You’ll find everything from fresh veggies to gourmet breads and spices to flowers, as well as live music and entertainment.
The second Wednesday of every month, 8am to 2pm
See one of the most beautiful musicals of all time
The classic story of Cinderella is coming to Sydney Lyric Theatre – but with some surprising twists.
Every day until January 2023
Step inside a kaleidoscope of colour at The Royal Botanic Garden
Love Your Nature has more than 20,000 plants on display and one of the largest living green walls in the southern hemisphere.
Every day until June 2023
Cut some shapes at the Darling dance sessions
Knock off work and boogie into the weekend in Darling Harbour. There’ll be dance battles, classes and live DJs.
Fridays from 6pm
Discover the alternative music scene of the 90s
Unpopular draws on the never-before-seen archive of music promoter, record company founder and entrepreneur Stephen ‘Pav’ Pavlovic.
Get your culture fix after dark
Experience the best of Sydney's creative scene at the Museum of Contemporary Art with cocktails on the terrace, exhibitions afterhours, and late-night shopping.
Fridays from 5pm to 9pm
Kick off the Christmas season with markets, carollers and decorations
More than 40 stalls of locally made gifts, food and produce will offer a magical shopping experience for Christmas in the City.
Saturday 26 November from 12pm to 9pm
Sunday 27 November from 12pm to 6pm