The launch of Panama Snow House saw the gathering of Sydney socialites as the beach icon transformed into an après-ski winter wonderland. Overhanging winter gear and skis, snow crystals, a roaring log fire wall projection and Christmas tree set the tone of the pop-up which runs until 28th July in conjunction with themed events to mark the season.
More than 150 performers descend upon Bondi as The Pavilion and its surrounds explodes into a vibrant showcase of theatrics, cabaret, music, comedy, circus acts and interactive experiences. Over 40 shows and events constitute the rich tapestry of entertainment for all to enjoy featuring talent from across Australia with a debut performance from a New Zealand act.
An extended festival garden will feature new and expanded performance spaces, free roving performances, food trucks and warming beverages. Beyond the walls of the Pavilion festivalgoers can explore Bondi with Guru Dudu’s Silent Disco Walking Tour or take in How to be Happy a theatre show/stadium pop concert on the back of a truck.
Guru Dudu’s Silent Disco Walking Tours launches in Sydney on Friday 12th July as part of the Bondi Feast celebrations running through until 21st July. The sensation that took Edinburgh Festival by storm last year entertained over 11,000 people over 25 days with 188 sold out shows!
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A liberating experience that brings randoms together for one playful interactive show of comedy, music and entertainment presented by Guru Dudu. Put your dancing shoes on and get on it. Shows start right across Australia starting this month right through the year thanks to the team of guides at Guru Dudu AND they’re on the lookout for groovers like you to lead your own groups in your part of the world too. . . Check out tickets, keep up with meeting dates and find out where to get down in the latest article as we interview Sydney guide, Dani Cabs as it launches mid July! . . #gurududu #bondifeast #dudugurumelbourne #goldcoast #duduguruperth #albury #bondifeast #bondifeast19 #bondipavilion #waverleycouncil
The Vietnamese re-telling is one hot mess with open tables that allow groups to spill into one another, semi private booths with accents of fresh herbs with panoramic views into the kitchen action!
On invitation with CPM
Chef Lee’s craftsmanship continues as he dismantles notions of modern brunch and asian food conventions. His skill and innovation evident from his time at Tetsuya and Kensington Street Social. Two years on since our last visit, the vision has not gone stale. He teases about some experimenting they have been doing with truffles to jazz up the Winter menu.
It’s the underground bar that’s hosting some of the city’s coolest rumbles and quirky events. From Whiskey and Scotch nights to old school face-to-face dating nights, burlesque and classical music, it’s the brainchild of two navy servicemen. Our recent visit to the Irish Whisky rumble was a great excuse to celebrate the finest in celtic malt and knock back a few.
So what next?
As a first in Sydney nightlife, Soultrap Bar together with The Chamber Project will bring together classical music and urban underground life to create an intimate afternoon or evening of music and culture. As part of an ongoing series of events, Soultrap aims to provide you with an up close, musical experience from the very best in classical music, allowing you to immerse yourself in the magic of sound.
On invitation, Food Blogs Media
Dzo on Riley Street – in Vietnamese means “Cheers”.
The entire place has been completely refurbished, keeping things simple with a street style hawker menu to share, while retaining that rich culture and tradition of housemade sauces, experiential dining couched in service that will keep you warm this Winter.
All Vietnamese favorites are there, like traditional pho and rice paper rolls but tonight we explore the grill and some select mains.