Culture | , , | April 18, 2019


Looking to make the most of this long weekend? Look no further than our culture guide to keep you busy this Easter weekend.



Pulp Fiction at Randwick Ritz – Thursday, April 18th + Saturday, April 20th

Randwick Ritz are holding a Tarantino Film Series running from April – July. They’ll be screening a different film from the directors catalogue each Friday and Monday night in anticipation of Tarantino’s 9th feature film, Once Upon a Time in America. Come see Pulp Fiction in 35mm (as it should be) for its 25th anniversary, this Thursday.


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Bizzaro x Boiler Room x Discwoman – Thursday, April 18th

Umfang and Shyboi from NYC’s acclaimed Discwoman collective are hitting Australian shores for the first time, playing sets with 3 homegrown DJs this Thursday night at Universal. Presented by Bizzaro and Boiler Room, you won’t want to miss this party to kick off your weekend right.


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Bad Friday – Friday, April 19th

This annual Marrickville block party is now in its 10th year, and their huge lineup of over 19 artists includes The Avalanches, Jungle, DMA’s, DZ Deathrays and Tropical Fuck Storm. First and second release tickets have already sold out so be sure to nab one soon. No matter how hard you go on Friday, you’ve still got 3 more days to recover.


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Pixar Putt at Darling Harbour – Friday, April 19th

Disney is bringing its magical Pixar World to Sydney in Putt Putt form this autumn. Pixar Putt gives you the choice of a 9 or 18 hole course featuring all your childhood icons from Toy Story, The Incredibles, Monsters Inc and A Bug’s Life. This is the final day of the pop up so get on down.


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666 Fridays at Palace Central – Friday, April 19th

Palace Central is hosting a mini-season of horror doubles, curated by Static Vision, each Friday in April. This Friday, cult horror classics The Wicker Man and Angel Heart are screening back to back, kicking off at 8:00pm. Even better, the 666 Friday’s Beer Hall has a $6 special for all schooners of tap beer, all night!



Sydney Royal Easter Show – All Weekend

Relive all your childhood memories by visiting the Sydney Royal Easter Show this weekend. From an serious collection of food trucks, wine bars, parades and animal petting, a visit to the Easter Show is sure to spark some nostalgia in us all.


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Sculpture at Scenic World 2019 – All Weekend

Feel like getting out of the city for a change? Scenic World in the Blue Mountains is hosting their annual Autumn sculpture exhibition. Over 30 sculptures from local and international artists are set amongst a 2.4km walkway through the ancient rainforest. Take a deep breath in and enjoy the nature.


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Yi Yi at AGNSW – Sunday, April 21st

Widely acclaimed as one of the best films of 21st century cinema, Edward Yang’s magnum opus explores all aspects of the human experience in his beautifully shot, 3 hour masterpiece. This is a rare chance to see Yi Yi on the big screen, and even better, tickets are free at the door (Although we recommend arriving early).


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Courtyard Party – Aussie Hip Hop – Sunday, April 21st

This Sunday, Ivy is hosting the very best of Sydney hip hop, featuring: Chillinit, Triple One, B Wise and Joyride. This is a rare opportunity to support the heavyweights and up and comers in the Sydney rap scene. Can you think of a better way to have a blessed Easter Sunday?


Dating with Dogs – Sunday, April 21st

The Golden Sheaf and The Social Dog Company have teamed up to host a dating event for you to fall in love with a human, AND a dog. All dog lovers are welcome, and there’s no need to BYO pupper if you don’t have one. So, mute Tinder for the weekend and spend the afternoon mingling with new people and doggos over cheese and wine. Click here for ticketing info and event details.


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