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What's On This Month

~1-4 Aug

Sydney's Biggest Backyard On Show

Australia's largest urban park is opening the gates with a series of free events and activities for all ages. Some of these activities include: • Food trucks • Dog walking • Tree top climbing • Aboriginal star glazing • Tree planting • Spartan workout tour • Warrigal dog run • Dawn patrol • Spot that water bug • Sydney zoo in attendance Sydneys biggest Backyard On show is a public celebration of a successful 50 year-old vision for open space in Western Sydney.


~1-31 Aug+

Daneha Visual Arts Exhibition

Daneha explores the displacement of the Afghan community across the globe, and the cultivation of roots in foreign, unfamiliar soil. The program will transform The Centre into a multi-functional space for community to engage with contemporary artists, as collaborators, audiences and active participants in reimagining identities.


3 Aug

Tijuana Cartel + Majun Bu

Tijuana Cartel are a truly unique act that have been mesmerising their ever-growing audience for well over a decade, continuing to set an exceptionally high standard in both live performance and sound production. With there multi-layered grooves, touches of slides on guitar, trumpet appearances, Afro Cuban Percussion and unique vocals mixing with their 'hardened electronica' flair, each performance guarantees a high energy atmosphere and promises to always leave you wanting more.


4-5 Aug

Dog Lovers Show

The worlds greatest festival for Dogs and the humans who love them returns to Sydney! Don't miss the happiest and furriest family-friendly festival in 2018!


5 Aug

Nessi Gomes

Nessi Gomes and Wandering Minstrel will be live at @TheRhythmHut. Nessi Gomes brings her folk/contemporary style while Wandering Minstrel brings her classical, folk, electronic fusion for a night of sweet, chilled music and vibes. Home cooked meals, desserts by Fudge Monkey, and beverages available for purchase.


7-19 Aug

Sydney Science Festival

Featuring 13 days jam-packed with over 200 events across 90 venues, the Sydney Science Festival brings together some of the greatest minds in science today.


7-19 Aug

Human non Human

Art, science and speculation converge in Human non Human, an exhibition that asks the questions: What makes us human? How might humans adapt in the future?


9 Aug

MAASive Lates: Science

This after-hours favourite returns to the Powerhouse Museum to celebrate the launch of Sydney Science Festival. This free event is your chance meet experts, get creative with a range of hands-on activities, tour exhibitions and chat with curators in a huge night of science. Visitors can sample Lindsay Kelley's edible gelatinous anatomy, stargaze with astronomers on the Sydney Observatory forecourt, escape into virtual reality, speed-meet a scientist or two, and plenty more!


9-18 Aug

Korean Film Festival

Presented by the Korean Cultural Centre Australia, the Festival presents a packed program of world-class cinema, plucked straight out of Korea's booming film industry - Hallyuwood.


11 Aug

Super Science Saturday

There is so much to discover at the interactive Science Expo with over 20 booths delivering experiments, hands on demonstrations and more.


11 Aug

Grape, Grain & Graze Festival

With over 2,200 varieties of wine, beer and cider from all across Australia to try at this exclusive event, you can eat, learn, love and savour everything the Grape, Grain and Graze Festival has to offer.


11-19 Aug

National Science Week

An annual celebration of science and technology and thousands of individuals - from students, to scientists to chefs and musicians - get involved, taking part in more than 1,000 science events across the nation.


16 Aug

AA&ADA Antiques Fair Sydney

View and buy items with confidence - the AAADA difference.


17 Aug

Ghost Tour at Old Government House

Enjoy a candlelit ghost tour of Old Government House.


18 Aug

Hut's 5th B'day

Nicki Bomba, Bootleg Rascal and Rosie and the Quest, join the Rhythm Hut stage to celebrate their 5th birthday.


24 Aug

Sophie Hutchings

Join pianist and composer Sophie Hutchings Music for a pair of intimate east coast shows before she heads overseas for her European tour. She'll be joined by a pair of friends from Australian artist-run label Spirit Level: Anatole in Sydney, and Braille Face in Melbourne.


26 Aug

Italian Wine & Food Festival

Everything that's good about eating and drinking in Italy comes together under one roof in August with the return of the Italian Wine + Food Festival.


26 Aug

The August 5 Lands Experience

Hey all, 5 Lands is back at @TheRhythmHut with spacial guest, Niq Reefman! Community drum circle 5pm, music starts at 6. Home cooked meals, deserts by Fudge Monkey, and beverages available for purchase. More info on Website.


31 Aug+

Destructive Steps X: 10th Anniversary

Australia's biggest street dance festival touches down in Sydney - uniting some of the best street dancers across the globe. The event will feature non-stop battling action between talented B-boys and B-girls, Poppers, Lockers, Waackers and more, with only live DJ-ing throughout the entirety of the festival.


What's On Next Month

1-2 Sep

Destructive Steps X: 10th Anniversary

Australia's biggest street dance festival touches down in Sydney - uniting some of the best street dancers across the globe. The event will feature non-stop battling action between talented B-boys and B-girls, Poppers, Lockers, Waackers and more, with only live DJ-ing throughout the entirety of the festival.


~1-8 Sep

Daneha Visual Arts Exhibition

Daneha explores the displacement of the Afghan community across the globe, and the cultivation of roots in foreign, unfamiliar soil. The program will transform The Centre into a multi-functional space for community to engage with contemporary artists, as collaborators, audiences and active participants in reimagining identities.


2 Sep

Coffs Coast Cartoon Festival

The first ever Cartoon Festival in Australia is being held in Coffs Harbour!


6 Sep

Didgeridoo & Flute Sound Healing

Hey guys, Didgeridoo & Flute Sound Healing with Ian & Leo is back at @TheRhythmHut! Come and lay down, relax and be healed by the Didgeridoo, flute, gentle drums, bells and other soothing instruments. *Please bring a yoga mat, blanket and a small pillow* More info on site


9 Sep

The Magic of Music

Join us for a 2 hour concert extravaganza featuring renowned tenor David Hobson in Sydney Town Hall's stunning Centennial Hall.


13-23 Sep

Surry Hills Festival 2018

Themed Spring into Surry Hills this year kicks off with a series of unique activations in Ward Park, along Devonshire and surrounds. It's bold, fun and gorgeous, celebrating founding of SHNCs the in the era of Flower Power (late 1960s/70s), SHNC's role in connecting communities, seeding opportunities for locals and creatives to flourish.


14 Sep

Bakoomba @ The Rhythm Hut

@Bakoomba, an Afrobeat/Reggae/Funk/Afro-Jazz band, will shake the @TheRhythmHut! It all kicks off at 6:30 with a open drum Jam, BYO drums, and instruments, or use one of our drums of percussion. Community jam - all ages and levels welcome! Delicious home style cooked dinners, locally made desserts, and beverages available for purchase. More info on site.


15 Sep

Avant Garde Ball

A major fund and awareness raising event for Cure Brain Cancer Foundation, is set to take Sydney by storm. This spectacular event is part of the Foundation's ongoing efforts to increase survival rates of a disease which claims the lives of 1200 Australians every year.


15 Sep

Simplified Living & Lifestyle Expo

Head to the Simplified Living and Lifestyle Expo. Australia's first organising expo on simplifying your day to maximise your life! Expert advice to get you sorted around the house and reduce those stress levels.


19-30 Sep+

A Midnight Visit

A Midnight visit is an immersive experience like no other, an ever changing dreamworld inspired by the works and worlds of Edgar Allan Poe. Do you dare? After all, fortune favours the bold!


21-23 Sep

Revenge

Irene Nicola takes on the patriarchy, politicians, late-stage capitalism and inequality in this in-your-face performance that has the entire audience cheering!


21-23 Sep

Essential Baby & Toddler Show

The Essential Baby & Toddler Show, presented by Wattle Health, is celebrating its tenth birthday at the ICC in Sydney.


Future Events

~1-28 Oct

A Midnight Visit

A Midnight visit is an immersive experience like no other, an ever changing dreamworld inspired by the works and worlds of Edgar Allan Poe. Do you dare? After all, fortune favours the bold!