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Heading back to the ol' daily grind can be pretty damn awful after a bright and shiny weekend of picnicking, bar hopping and patting dogs that aren't yours, but luckily Sydney's a 'keep the ball rolling' kind of city and has plenty of events, exhibitions, theatre, film festivals and live music for you to inject a little awesomeness into your week. Sure, use Monday for Netflix binges. Then get out there and sink your teeth into Sydney's best happenings this week.
Surfing, skating, BMXing, Hermitude and pop-ups.
The Californian festival favourites play their first Australian shows in three years.
Acoustic sets and antipasti in the Since I Left You courtyard.
Power plays run this contemporary look at the man who believed "conscience is but a word that coward's use".
This month's after-dark art party gives a toast to the mavericks.
Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel is moving to Manly for nine days of cocktails, yoga and poke.
Fifteen artists reimagine Max Dupain's iconic 'Sunbaker' photograph.
One Sydney artist's comic-style interpretation of the daily grind.
Take your pick from around 100 features, shorts and documentaries focused on LGBTIQ stories.
Sometimes, you just have to get your kit off to some deep house in the pool.
Celebrate the stories of the First People and Mardi Gras.
This bizarre German comedy has earned plenty of Oscar buzz, and with good reason.
This month's instalment of the artist development gig series sees sets from Kimchi Princi, Habits and Kllo.
13 Australian contemporary artists challenge how colour and form influence abstraction.
Instagram's king of wearable crochet art is launching his very first major solo exhibition.
A sky-high stretch session by the pool.
This real life drama about the hunt for gold sadly fails to sparkle.
This thriller about the Boston bombings is well crafted, but recent political developments make it a rather uncomfortable watch.
This Oscar-nominated drama is absolutely devastating.
A play for those who know well the finite politics of working in an office.
A collection of secrets, kept with varying degrees of success.
Follow Oscar Wilde's fall from playwright to prisoner.
It all starts with the News of the World phone hacking scandal...
If you haven't seen Michael Gow's much-performed classic on stage, now's your chance.
This deeply unsettling thriller is a welcome return to form for writer-director M. Night Shyamalan.
Phenomenal performances and stunning cinematography make this emotional drama a must-see.
Ben Affleck's latest film as director certainly looks polished. It also feels bland from top to bottom.
Dumb fun at its finest.
This incredible true story is packed to the brim with emotion.
North Sydney's Friday night street food market.
How has no one thought of this before?
This star-studded drama is a lethal combination of sappy, mean-spirited and dull.
Get a handle on Hong Kong, a city defined by humidity and upturned by political downpour just a few years ago.
Immerse yourself in a 360-degree wake-up call.
Natalie Portman astounds in this captivating biographical drama.
A celebration of the Australian painter's work and legacy.
Watch blockbusters by the beach.
Let out all those feelings in this weekly no-judgement dance class.
Marking the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Referendum.
This toe-tapping Oscar contender soars with emotion.
The latest in a long line of Disney princess movies boasts a strong, capable heroine and fantastic music to match.
See work by 22 artists who have previously exhibited in the MCA's celebrated Primavera exhibition.
With more stars, guests and performers than ever before helping to highlight the theme of 'Creating Equality'.
Melbourne's Gingerboy has popped up in Sydney for the summer.
The first in a long list of upcoming Star Wars spinoffs is packed with nostalgia and explosive action.
See the best of a century's worth of delightful illustrations.
Glebe's weekly go-to for pre-loved fashion, vinyl records and freshly made limeade.
Another awesome outdoor film program for the summer.
Step inside a dazzling rainbow this summer.
A summer of free gigs at The Newport and Coogee Pavilion.
Homegrown films under the stars on Sydney Harbour.
The first posthumous exhibition by Myuran Sukumaran, who was executed in Indonesia in 2015.
The Japanese artist is bringing his futuristic installations to Australia for the first time.
Start planning your costume.
A new European-inspired Sunday food market.
Hang out with your favourite animals after-hours.
A Tatsuo Miyajima-inspired bar will pop up at the MCA for the summer.
North Sydney's outdoor cinema is back.
The Rosebery foodie precinct's new weekly market.
Finally a yoga practice where you can literally touch the earth.
Smell, touch and — most importantly — taste your way through the history of chocolate.
A new Saturday comedy show running (conveniently) during happy hour.
Get your weekly shop from local growers and producers.
Party with giant monsters and tasty Japanese street food.
Here, you don't have to quit at a 'polite' level of dumpling consumption.
This retro horror-comedy dissecting cinematic sexism is pure movie magic.
This massive Chinese-American co-production suffers from thin characters, but visually it's outstanding.
Sydney's annual multi-venue music festival is launching a monthly spinoff.
An inspiring true story buoyed by three infectious performances.
Powerful performances can't keep Fences from feeling a little stagey.
Get your Tarzan on while seeing the Opera House from new heights.