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We’re sharing our in the know recommendations for this weekend 10-12 March 2018.

1. Blak Markets

Where: National Centre of Indigenous Excellence, Waterloo

When: Sunday March 11, 2018             

The arts, history, food and music of Indigenous Australians will be explored and celebrated at the Blak Markets this Sunday. It’s the perfect place to pick up Indigenous jewellery and artworks with food to peruse, as well as live performances both song and dance.

Art of Heart of Sport – the featuring art exhibition of this weekend’s market – will include a panel discussion as a part of Art Month. The group behind the Blak markets, First Hand Solutions, showcases how sport has united many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.


2. In Conversation: Creative Women

Where: North Sydney Community Centre, North Sydney

When: Saturday March 10, 2018

In Conversation: Creative Women marks its 2nd anniversary, just a few days after International Women’s Day. The focus is women in Sydney’s creative industries – how they are achieving, innovating, collaborating and overcoming obstacles.


3. Latin American Festival

Where: Bondi Pavilion, Bondi Beach

When: Sunday March 11, 2018

On Sunday, Sydney’s Latin American community will bring their signature flair to Bondi Pavilion with free dance lessons, live music, markets and traditional Latin cuisine. The festival will sell Pina Coladas – both alcoholic and non-alcoholic – to raise funds for Puerto Rico post the devastation of Hurricane Maria.


4. The Book Of Mormon

Where: Sydney Lyric Theatre

When: Until Sunday July 15 2018

One of the biggest Broadway hits of the millennium has made its way to Sydney – and the hype is real.  Take in an evening – or matinee performance – of this vibrant satire if you are looking for comedy meets musical theatre while in Sydney.  Darling Harbour is also home to many bars and restaurants perfect for pre-theatre dinners along Cockle Bay Wharf.  

The Mormons are coming – to Sydney – and you better believe the hype: this musical blockbuster is every bit as brilliant as you've heard

March 9, 2018