Sounds in the Square
Dance to DJs, listen to piano tunes and watch dance-themed movies — all at this free Darling Square event.
Sydney is about to stop resembling the town from Footloose, and you can expect to hear plenty about that fact for the next few weeks. It's understandable — dancing is a form of celebration, so dancing to celebrate that dancing is allowed again from Monday, March 29 is what the situation calls for, really.
One place that you can get into the spirit of the much-anticipated occasion: Darling Square. It's hosting a 16-event program called Sounds in the Square until Saturday, May 1, with music and dancing at the centre of it all.
For those fond of making shapes, DJs Gab Zak, Lavida, Thom Josef, Demi Jewel and Ruby J will provide the soundtrack on selected Friday and Saturday nights. Or, you can listen to tunes from Flava, or at Pianos for the People — where Yantra De Vilder will perform six piano concerts.
Also on the bill: sessions of Dance Cinema, where you'll watch shorts, movies and videos about cutting a rug. The lineup is curated by local artists alongside filmmaker Melissa Ramos.
And, if you're hungry and thirsty thanks to all that dancing, music and dance-related content, Darling Square's tenants will be on hand.
Want to live near this spot?
Check out our handy Neighbourhood Guides to find out how you can.