Rogues Double Bill: 'Gravity Guts' by Sophia Simmons and 'Ginger. Black. Brunette. Blonde.' by Peter Maple
Oct.
8
to 19 Oct.

Rogues Double Bill: 'Gravity Guts' by Sophia Simmons and 'Ginger. Black. Brunette. Blonde.' by Peter Maple

LEVEL UP!

Tues - Sat @ 7pm

5pm Sat Twilight Singles

An indy theatre double feature! Sophia Simmons’ Gravity Guts, the hit Sydney Fringe play about growing up, the universe and everything AND the world premiere of Peter Maple’s powerful exploration of the memories we cannot break free from, Ginger. Black. Brunette. Blonde.

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Green Tea
Oct.
8
to 19 Oct.

Green Tea

NEW BLOOD THEATRE

Session Times: 7:30 Tuesday - Saturday

Duration: 65 minuets.

When an evil spirit torments the kind and respected Reverend Mr Jennings, there is only one man he can turn to.

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Oscar Eager Ensemble
Oct.
18
7:30 pm19:30

Oscar Eager Ensemble

MUSIC DINER

7:30pm

Playing latest original works combining jazz stemming from different times and places. Oscar's goal is to push the boundaries of the music both harmonically and rhythmically while still having beautiful and enticing melodies.

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DnB3
Oct.
19
7:30 pm19:30

DnB3

MUSIC DINER

7:30 pm

DnB3 draws upon the unique energy of a diverse range of musical worlds, from the electronic rave music of the 90s and early 2000s, to the more acoustic sounds of jazz and funk. Music from and for the soul! Join DnB3 for their debut performance, featuring Abby Constable on drums, Nick Ruberg on guitar and Max Little on bass.

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Stieble Eltron
Oct.
25
7:30 pm19:30

Stieble Eltron

MUSIC DINER

7:30 pm

Bringing ‘The User Experience’ to a live audience. Gestural effects, primal synth solos, filthy 80s dance beats, visuals and synced up lighting. The show is comic and performative. Stieble has performed live on community radio in Sydney and has been played on Triple J.

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The Super Flies + Viccy Lee
Oct.
26
7:30 pm19:30

The Super Flies + Viccy Lee

MUSIC DINER

7:30pm

The Super Flies buzz a wide range of music from simple beautiful tunes to explosive compositions and improvisations. Their transparent music appeals not only to jazz and insect lovers, but to a wider audience who simply like to hear and experience authentic heart-felt music.

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Water
Nov.
5
to 16 Nov.

Water

NEW BLOOD THEATRE

Session Times: 7:30 Tuesday - Saturday

Duration: 75 mins.

Water is an affectionate story, told with humour, of a man who is always in the wrong place at precisely the right time.

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Kosher Groove
Oct.
12
7:30 pm19:30

Kosher Groove

MUSIC DINER

7:30 pm

Focussed on delivering deep groove within the realms of funk, neo-soul and hip-hop. Dedicated to giving their audience a unique experience through pushing musical boundaries. A fresh set every time they perform.

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Harry Ashton + Ruby and Hannah duo
Oct.
10
7:30 pm19:30

Harry Ashton + Ruby and Hannah duo

MUSIC DINER

7:30 pm

Harry Ashton brings forward a honey-soaked baritone vibe blending influences of Matt Corby, John Mayer and Daniel Caesar with shades of jazz, blues and soul in a groovy set of unreleased originals

Hanna Kwan and Ruby Jackson are a jazz-inspired duo. They blend influences of Sarah Vaughan, Doris Day and Melody Gardot to perform their most adored jazz tunes with a cute stripped back touch.

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Kings Cup Quartet
Oct.
9
7:30 pm19:30

Kings Cup Quartet

MUSIC DINER

7:30pm

Emerging Sydney ensemble King’s Cup Quartet showcase a collection of classic jazz standards and original tunes, driven by the unmovable rhythm system of Abby Constable on drums and Max Margaritas on Bass and complimented by the immersive Miles Bennett on trumpet and Harry Tompsett on guitar.

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Boydos and Boys in Love
Sep.
28
7:30 pm19:30

Boydos and Boys in Love

MUSIC DINER

7:30 pm

It’s Alright, Look at Me I’m Young is Boyd’s debut album as Boydos. He’s the fly on the wall of the gig economy of Sydney’s Inner West, delivering the observations of Kurt Vile and Lou Reed with a dose of adrenalin. It’s beautifully gritty and contagiously agitated. Out Nov 8th via Cooking Vinyl Aus.

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Small Town, by Sarah
Sep.
21
8:30 pm20:30

Small Town, by Sarah

LEVEL UP!

After releasing her debut EP 'Window' in March 2018, 'Small Town' is the second EP release in Sarah's catalogue. 'Small Town' sounds like you've been transported to a dimly lit bar, with well-dressed dames and cigar smoking button-downed gentleman. Combined with cinematic instrumentation, soulful melodies and a hint of big band jazz. The songs are writ with intriguing storylines and movie like characters, all of which are performed by Sarah with passion and showmanship.

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Taya Chani
Sep.
21
7:30 pm19:30

Taya Chani

MUSIC DINER

Taya is a soul singer that doesn’t tend to stay true to one genre, she loves it all! and why not!
She is the chameleon Queen, fermented in the richness of blues, infused with Americana, country and soul, spiced with funk- fusion/RNB and wth a love for jazz, she grew up with a heavy influence of pop-rock n roll.

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Stacey Bros
Sep.
20
7:30 pm19:30

Stacey Bros

MUSIC DINER

Stacey Brothers music tethers self indulgent-white boy privilege guilt, with down home universal-empathetic-interconnectedness. Forever grooving to the ‘Oneness Philosophy’, and staying true to the teachings of the rainbow serpent; ‘Funk is Blind.’  The Stacey Bros levitate across the fine line of cultural appropriation with the reassuring notion that we’re all made of the same thing; I’ve got a thing, you’ve got a thing, everybody’s got a thing... And nobody needs permission to groove.

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The Derryn Hinch Justice League
Sep.
20
7:30 pm19:30

The Derryn Hinch Justice League

LEVEL UP!

Imagine a place where light ministers battle shadow ministers and freerange lobbyists frolic in wild flowers on the lawns of parliament. Where titans of politics clash to retain the balance of power and one independent senator is there to stand up against pedophiles (and any problems if there is still time). Where heading now to the world of Australia city- welcome to the Derryn Hinch Justice League, appearing at Sydney Fringe following a standout series at Giant Dwarf.

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Billsbry
Sep.
14
7:30 pm19:30

Billsbry

MUSIC DINER

Billsbry is the musical alias of Charlie Fisher, a Sydney based musician from Australia. Starting out experimenting with down tempo psychedelic music, Billsbry’s sound has progressively evolved incorporating soul, jazz and funk grooves in his repertoire. In a live setting, Billsbry showcases his unique blend of these genres using an electric guitar, loop pedal, sample pad and percussion to craft his original songs through multi textured layering

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Ollie Thorpe
Sep.
13
7:30 pm19:30

Ollie Thorpe

MUSIC DINER

Sydney-based artist Ollie Thorpe's song writing involves an eclectic mix of angular guitar melodies and an incredible sense of dynamic. High searing vocals reminiscent of DD Dumbo and Gotye mixed with strong, thick guitar parts come together to form songs that push the boundaries of the genre.

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10,000 Decisions
Sep.
13
to 14 Sep.

10,000 Decisions

LEVEL UP!

Good or bad, our decisions make us who we are. American comedian Robyn Perkins (???? Voice Magazine) uses a series of hilarious personal anecdotes, family stories and neuroscience to come up with a well thought out decision for one anonymous audience member. 10,000 Decisions is quirky, thought-provoking and fun, laced with a bit of science.

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Perfectly Ordinary
Sep.
11
to 15 Sep.

Perfectly Ordinary

NEW BLOOD THEATRE

Addiction and mental illness are growing problems in our ever-changing world.
Perfectly Ordinary, a brand new British Musical, examines these issues and asks what all of it really means. In a psychiatric ward somewhere in Australia, we meet a range of unique, sometimes tragic, sometimes hilarious characters all striving to be 'normal'. Based on real life events and inspired by real people, this show is a touching exploration of the human condition.

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Fran and Leni
Sep.
11
to 14 Sep.

Fran and Leni

LEVEL UP!

1976. Fran and Leni meet in a North London comp. Three years later they are punk legends, The Rips. Girls with guitars, bored of playing nice. Music, sex, fishnets, tits and spitting.

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Potts and Ramble: Art
Sep.
7
to 8 Sep.

Potts and Ramble: Art

NEW BLOOD THEATRE

Harry Watkin and William Gibb present the never before seen comedy show; 'Potts and Rambles: Art'.

A show full of comedy, comedy, and more... comedy (predictable), a dash of audience participation (interesting), and improvisation (risky but doable).

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Fetherstone
Sep.
5
7:30 pm19:30

Fetherstone

MUSIC DINER

Sydney born Fetherstone is obsessed with stories. She shares her narratives using a vocal loop pedal and beats machine. Having lived in London for the last 4 years, her arrangements have a perky electro-pop feel yet are softened by an obvious love affair for folk legends such as Joni Mitchell, Phoebe Bridges, The Staves and Jose Gonzalez

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Adrian Dean magic show
Sep.
3
to 7 Sep.

Adrian Dean magic show

NEW BLOOD THEATRE

Adrian Dean seamlessly combines comedy & magic to excite and delight with sleight of hand, death defying stunts, and with some timeless old school magic tricks with a modern twist. Watch even the most jaded hipsters react in awe and amazement as trickery and comedy blend to produce a whirlwind of award winning entertainment never seen before.

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We Are The Himalayas
Jul.
25
to 27 Jul.

We Are The Himalayas

"I know you're scared. You damn well should be, this place is dreadful."
Anna Larina was the wife of one of the architects of the Russian Revolution, Nikolai Bukharin. With his downfall and execution, she spent her prime years in a succession of gulags. She witnessed both the rise of the Revolution, and purges it conducted under Stalin’s rule. She was loved, and then condemned as a traitor.
The extraordinary story of Anna Larina. Punished for being a wife.

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We Are The Himalayas
Jul.
17
to 21 Jul.

We Are The Himalayas

"I know you're scared. You damn well should be, this place is dreadful."
Anna Larina was the wife of one of the architects of the Russian Revolution, Nikolai Bukharin. With his downfall and execution, she spent her prime years in a succession of gulags. She witnessed both the rise of the Revolution, and purges it conducted under Stalin’s rule. She was loved, and then condemned as a traitor. The extraordinary story of Anna Larina. Punished for being a wife.

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