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Home Entertainment Express rents an extensive range of brand new, up to date household goods and technology, giving its customers access to the latest products on the market with pricing and terms to suit almost all budgets, circumstances and lifestyles.

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Southside Towing provides fast and efficient Tow Truck and Tilt Tray services to all of Sydney. Prompt and reliable, guaranteed. We are all professionally qualified drivers with many years experience. Call today for a free quote.

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Are you throwing a party? Looking to spice it up with some adult entertainment? PlatinumLace is the go-to place. Let our sexy lingerie waitresses serve all the cold beer at your event, or, if you want to take things to the next level, hire a couple of Sydney strippers to show you and your friends a fun time.

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Cameron Jane Make Up is a leading makeup training academy in Sydney, offering wide range of make up courses. We provide professional training in sculpting, special effects, hairdressing, film, fashion, visual art, etc. We have so far been successful in producing the most creative makeup artists in the industry. The staff at CJMD encourage innovative ideas and welcome the modern styles. We are popular for research and bridal make up classes in the industry. The training techniques are highly admired and aim at enhancing the interest of the candidates.

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All Occasion Cruises has seven luxury boats and superyachts in our fleet, each one providing clients with a unique atmosphere and feel for their Sydney Harbour cruise. Furthermore, to ensure you get only the most luxurious experience with us, each Sydney Harbour cruise hire comes with a professionally trained staff to give you the VIP treatment you deserve.

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The Vein Institute was founded to care for patients with varicose vein disease. Using the latest and most innovative treatments from the USA and Europe means that The Vein Institute is able to offer surgery free treatments for patients. As part of commitment to treating varicose vein disease multiple clinics around Australia have been established.

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At LHive, we are revolutionising the driver education ecosystem. Serving learner drivers, parents, driving instructors, driving schools and the community at large, we're streamlining the 'learning to drive' journey and making great driver education more accessible to all.

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Events in Sydney

Fun family yoga: Surry Hills
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Family yoga with Carly Varley Yoga is a 45 minute fun filled class for all the family. You and your family will participate in yoga poses, partner poses, yoga games and activities, breathing exercises, visualisation and relaxation. The class suits ages 2+ and above.

Family yoga is fun! Its about families connecting and learning to work together as a team. Yoga helps to improve childrens imagination, creativity, express ideas and boost confidence. It increases strength, mobility, balance and coordination. Family Yoga also provides a wonderful place to spend healthy and happy, quality time together. Come and join in the fun!

Your first class is free!
Family casual pass: $25-$35*
Family 3 class pass: $65-$95*
Family 5 class pass: $100-$150*
*Based on number of family members attending.

You can purchase any passes in person using a debit or credit card, PayPal, bank transfer or cash.

I hope to see you on the mat for some family yoga fun!
Namaste.

If you never did, you should. These things are fun, and fun is good! - Dr Seuss.

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Designer pop-up fashion sale
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Authentic high-end designer labels and accessories on sale at this pop-up event.

Includes racks of vintage Chanel clothing, jewellery and handbags.

Labels include YSL, Prada, Miu Miu, Iro, Victoria Beckham, Balenciaga, Emilio Pucci, Thierry Mugler, St Laurent, Givenchy, Hermes, Escada, Gucci, Versace, Dior, Alaia , Chloe and more.

Vintage fur collection including Love Story fur as well as vintage sequin dresses. Huge designer bag and shoe collection from some of the worlds leading brands.New stock is added weekly.

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Translated Roots
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Translated Roots conveys aspects of traditional identity through the acknowledgment of early Australian settlers from the greater Muslim community, highlighting the complexity of change through the sense of transience for those who migrate to sow their roots within a new context of a greater global community. Mushallah formed by hand from sheet copper partakes in a cross-cultural discourse, while its sense of the arcane and shifted structure opens dialogue between shared histories and communities of fluid identities.

This project was assisted by a grant from Arts NSW, an agency of the New South Wales Government and supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian State and Territory Governments. The program is administered by the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA).

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Cause and Effect: Arts and social cause forum
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As part of Vivid Ideas 2017, join us for a panel discussion with selected academics, arts workers and directors of non-government organisations to discuss the themes covered by the Cause and Effect exhibition. Theyll discuss what perspectives and insights the artworks bring to the conversation, and how artists can play a more active role as agents for social change. Speakers include Grace Patridge (Amnesty ARTillery Action Group), Jiva Parthipan (STARTTS), Lena Nahlous (Diversity Arts Australia), Mia Zahra (NSW Family and Community Services), Miriam Cabello (MLC Gallery), Paula Abood and Priscilla Brice-Weller (All Together Now).

This forum is part of Cause and Effect, a visual arts exhibition which kicks off with a launch night and ends with this forumwe invite you to join us for both events!

Free exhibition: 24 May - 4 June 2017
Carnival of the Bold and MLC Gallery present Cause and Effect, an exhibition designed to shine a spotlight on some of the more current and pressing social issues faced by Australian society: War and conflict, Environmental destruction and Racism.

The exhibition will prompt audiences to consider and deliberate some complex, multifaceted and sensitive themes, aiming to raise awareness and conversation around these social issues and also give a voice to marginalised communities.

Launch night and artists showcase
Saturday 27 May 2017 from 8pm to10pm
Come and meet the six participating artists who developed work for the Cause and Effect exhibition. They will share their inspiration, personal connection with the cause, process, reflections, perspectives and hopes. Artists include Andrea Srisurapon, Mandy Schone-Salter, Marwa Charmand, Miriam Cabello, Sherine Tan and Tia Kass.

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Cause and Effect launch
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As part of Vivid Ideas 2017, come and meet the six participating artists who developed work for the Cause and Effect exhibition. They will share their inspiration, personal connection with the cause, process, reflections, perspectives and hopes. Artists include Andrea Srisurapon, Mandy Schone-Salter, Marwa Charmand, Miriam Cabello, Sherine Tan and Tia Kass.

The launch night and artist showcase is part of Cause and Effect, a visual arts exhibition which kicks off with this launch night and ends with a forumwe invite you to join us for both!

Free exhibition
24 May - 4 June 2017

Carnival of the Bold and MLC Gallery present Cause and Effect, an exhibition designed to shine a spotlight on some of the more current and pressing social issues faced by Australian society: War and conflict, Environmental destruction and Racism.

The exhibition will prompt audiences to consider and deliberate some complex, multifaceted and sensitive themes, aiming to raise awareness and conversation around these social issues and also give a voice to marginalised communities.

Arts and social cause forum
Saturday 3 June, 3pm-5pm

Join us for a panel discussion with selected academics, arts workers and directors of non-government organisations. Theyll discuss the themes showcased, what perspectives and insights these artworks bring to the conversation, and how artists can play a more active role as agents for social change. Speakers include Grace Patridge (Amnesty ARTillery Action Group), Jiva Parthipan (STARTTS), Lena Nahlous (Diversity Arts Australia), Mia Zahra (NSW Family and Community Services), Miriam Cabello (MLC Gallery), Paula Abood and Priscilla Brice-Weller (All Together Now).

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Object Therapy
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Australian Design Centre presentsObject Therapy,an exhibition and project exploring creative transformation and notions of value and repair. 29 broken objects, submitted by the public, have been repaired and re-imagined by noted Australian and international designers and artists including Daniel Emma, Henry Wilson and Trent Jansen.

Object Therapy is a Hotel Hotel project, developed as part of their Fix and Make Program, in partnership with UNSW Art and Design and Australian National University.

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Vivid: Darling Harbour
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Magicians of the Mist is the result of a passionate collaboration between artists, composers, engineers, fountaineer, pyrotechnicians and other leaders in their field to celebrate the power of creativity and innovation.

This extraordinary work blurs the line between art and technology defining the digital era: 12 massive pumps throw 28 tonnes of water into the air every minute; huge projections shine on walls of water 60 metres wide and 40 metres high. Lasers, fountains, jets of flame, music, fireworks, fireballs, LEDs and searchlights are all controlled through a computer interface in the hands of a master fountaineer and laser artist.

Projected on the iconic rooftop of the National Maritime Museum, the gigantic wave-form of the museum roof in Darling Harbour is the canvas for Inspired by the Sea. This spectacular projection evokes the seas majesty and mystery and its power to influence artists, writers and collections. A collaboration with UTS animation students, this fantastical maritime work delves into how the sea has shaped us and we and our lives.

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Vivid: Martin Place
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See cutting-edge projections, extraordinary installations and a showcase of the Creative Industries Food inspirations. Deep Forest at Martin Place is where an oasis has been created by the fusion of artists and chefs for you to enjoy!

The popular UrbanTree installation returns this year with UrbanTree 2.0. The Commercial Travellers Association building in Martin Place (CTA), known as the Mushroom Building designed by modernist architect Harry Seidler. Created by Ample Projects this concept has won local and international awards. UrbanTree 2.0 takes viewers deep within an exotic forest eco-system, where rivers flow, plant-life grows and each night a giant glowing frog succeeds in catching a hiding caterpillar. It gives Vivid Sydneys visitors a unique glimpse of how interdependent creatures and habitats are on our delicate and beautiful planet.

Deep Forest was designed by culinary and art duo Motti+Smith, who have assembled a talented young team to realise the idea. Including the production expertise of Paper Moose and Stagekings, they have fashioned an oasis which brings both forest and feasting place to the urban jungle of Sydneys CBD.

Lux Populi by Stagekings soars 10 metres above the forest floor, creating a tree of light that shelters a tasty surprise. Under the CTA tree, the renowned Argentinian restaurant Porteno demonstrates mastery of the fire-pit from a genuine Argentine asador or barbecue. Some of NSWs best fire chefs will join Porteno, creating exciting culinary collaborations with NSW wines and beverages.

Everywhere you turn, youre surrounded by glittering colour, movement and incredible food. Atmos, Paper Mooses magical display of ghost-like scrims and ribbons, is positioned above the dining area, recreating the majesty of our Southern Lights, the Aurora Australis. re/Fractionfills the Lloyd Rees fountain with brilliantly glittering, refracted light, where artists of the Buchan Group have taken a very familiar landmark and reinvented it in a most unexpected way!

See what else is happening in Martin Place.

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Organic Vibrations
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Organic Vibrations is a collaboration between Julia Gorman, an Australian artist whose work is currently on display in the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA), and Paris-based creative and artistic collective, Danny Rose. Together, they create a single, coherent artwork from the constant morphing and mutation of a series of images, which flow seamlessly over the facade of the MCA.

The abstract images are drawn from the shapes and colours of the natural world, and are seen as sinuous lines that appear to grow organically until they cover the severe and geometric art deco facade of the Museum.

The installation uses projection-mapping techniques to transform the facade with images originally made by the artist in watercolour, oils, marker pen, and painting applications. This flow of hand made images, synthesised with music, creates a multi-sensory experience as the audience follows a 10-minute animated sequence of colour, movement and emotion.

The animations resolve as a series of coloured strata, like the age rings on a tree or the layers of a topographical map, flowing in successive waves across the facade, hollowing it out in places and inflating it in others. The building is seen as a dynamic entity, always growing and changing - finally cohering into a rhythmic succession of surfaces lit from the inside. The installation is an endless breath, a rhythmic, vibrating sound that shapes and transmutes the facade of the Contemporary Art Museum into a multitude of organic forms in constant motion.

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End of Fest Gala
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X marks the End of Fest Gala! Hop off the deck to discover a bounty of the worlds funniest comedians from Australia and abroad, in the beautiful surrounds of Sydney Town Hall.

Join us as we cheers to the end of another huge festival, with a handpicked line-up of the worlds best international comedians, red hot local artists and the most gifted emerging talent performing right in the heart of Sydney.

Get in quick for your final chance to see the worlds comedic best live on stage!

Proudly supported by the City of Sydney.

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Woven
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Woven is an exhibition and performance event that ties together the practices of six female Australian artists who each have personal connections to Indonesia. These connections exist through the artists having an Indonesian parent, being immersed in the culture and living part of their childhood in the archipelago, and living there more recently.

The artists works explore the complexities of history, identity, memory and cross-cultural understanding - on both personal and national levels - and span installation, performance, painting, collage, photography, video and sculpture.

Artists: Leyla Stevens, Bridie Gillman, Alfira OSullivan, Kartika Suharto-Martin , Ida Lawrence and Mashara Wachjudy.

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Escape From Pompeii
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In 79 AD Mount Vesuvius erupted, spewing huge waves of volcanic ash over the Bay of Naples. One of Romes greatest writers and scientists, Pliny the Elder, was stationed across the water from Pompeii at Misenum. Not just a great scholar he was the military commander of Misenums strategic naval base. He ordered a fleet of warships to rescue as many people as possible from the doomed city.

So began one of the first recorded rescues by sea of civilians by a military force. Discover the untold story of Pompeii in this world-class exhibition at the Australian National Maritime Museum. It features an extraordinary collection of over 100 objects, including haunting body casts.

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Centripetal Force
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In the face of the changes in the social and art environments in China, recent observation and research of Chinese emerging artists has noticed their new attempts and breakthroughs on the level of form, medium and underlying concepts. Accompanied by the concurrent shift of mentality in art creation, Chinese emerging artists are also disposed to focus on their own inner world as opposed to the grand social narratives.

Based on this major change of artistic inclination, Centripetal Force: Four Dimensions of Chinas Emerging Artists seeks to provide interpretations of the economy and culture of contemporary Chinese society by virtue of the exhibited items, with the aim of displaying an updated, comprehensive image of and achievements made by Chinese emerging artists.

Participating artists include Cheng Baozhong, Chi Qun, Feng Yichen, Hao Shiming, Kang Chunhui, Peng Yong, Su Yi, Sun Hao, Wang Min, Wang Qifan, Xie Tianzhuo, Xu Hongxiang, Zhu Peihong, ZhuoMian Art.

Curated by Jerry Song.

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The World Is Not Flat
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Inspired by themes explored in the Thomas L. Friedman bestseller The World is Flat (2005), this unique exhibition covers a wide variety of concepts including poetry expression, virtual creativity, idealism and speculative realism. It aims to break prejudiced ideas of the world through visually reconstructing the space and environment we live in.

Featured artists include Bai Lei, Bai Qingwen, Cai Yuanhe, Cui Yanbin, Feng Wei, Geng Xue, Li Tintin, Liang Hao, Liu Qianyi, Peng Yun, Ren Lun, Song Xi, Tian Xiaolei, Wang Ruihan and Yan Junjie.

Curated by Chen Lin and Liu Yiping.

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The National 2017: New Australian Art
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The National 2017: New Australian Art presents the latest ideas and forms in contemporary Australian art, curated across three of Sydneys premier cultural institutions: the Art Gallery of NSW, Carriageworks and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.

A six-year initiative over three editions in 2017, 2019 and 2021, the curatorial vision for the exhibition represents a mix of emerging, mid-career and established artists drawn from around the country and Australian artists practicing overseas.

New and commissioned works encompass a diverse range of mediums including painting, video, sculpture, installation, drawing and performance.

Connecting three of Sydneys key cultural precincts - The Domain, Redfern and Circular Quay - The National 2017: New Australian Art is the only large-scale recurring exhibition in the city focused solely on contemporary Australian art.

Curators for the 2017 edition of The National 2017: New Australian Art are Anneke Jaspers, Curator Contemporary Art and Wayne Tunnicliffe, Head Curator Australian Art, Art Gallery of NSW, Lisa Havilah, Director and Nina Miall, Curator, Carriageworks, and Blair French, Director, Curatorial and Digital, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.

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Come and Try Golf
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Empower Golfs Come and Try Golf clinics introduce people to golf for the first time, or reintroduce players to the game they love, after accident or injury.

Players of all abilities have to opportunity to try golf, the amazing ParaGolfer (which is available for future hire at Moore Park) and other adaptive equipment, both on the range and the practise area.

Your free ticket includes ball and club hire, expert tuition and use of adaptive equipment.

Family, friends and carers always welcome.

Meet at the Driving Range: Turn right at the Pro Shop, across the footbridge and you will see us to the left.

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Live music at the Sofitel Piano Bar
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Piano Bar re-opens at the historic Wentworth Hotel after three decades!

Join Kylie Stephens for mesmerising live entertainment every Friday and Saturday night from 8pm until late.

Located on level 5 in Sofitel Sydney Wentworths exclusive James Cook Room, settle in for a wonderful evening and delight in nightly cocktail specials, select wines and premium beer.

Reserve a table in the French inspired Garden Court Restaurant and enjoy a luscious dinner prior to the performance.

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Free morning running group
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If you are into fitness and enjoy a morning run, then come and join us for an easy morning 4km run to keep fit and lose weight.

Join us on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 6.30am in Hyde Park.

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Kirribilli Markets
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The Kirribilli Markets is now one of Sydneys oldest and most popular markets. Featuring stalls selling new and recycled fashion and accessories, emerging local fashion designers, home and giftwares, arts and craft, jewellery, plants, gourmet foods and a whole lot more.

There are 2 markets held each month:

The art, design and fashion market is a boutique market held on the second Sunday of the month. Find artisan-made goods in the tunnel and fashion, food and more on the green and gravel areas.

The general market which is held on the fourth Saturday of the month has everything you could want from artisan goods to secondhand clothes and more.

Each market has 2 eating areas: Eat Street which is on Burton Street and Gourmet Corner which is located on the gravel area.

We have live entertainment all day long on Burton Street.

A little something for everyone, come and explore the possibilities.

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Soulsville
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What is Soulsville you ask? Its a magical, musical journey to those amazing songs of yesteryear. First, be prepared to be mesmerised with some amazing illusions from Jack Daniels (The illusionist, not the liquor). Then allow Gary Sterling and Rebecca Verrier to make love to your ears with the sounds of Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross and The Supremes, Wilson Pickett, The Temptations, Martha and the Vandellas, the Four Tops, Whitney Houston and the list goes on. Sit back, recline and relax in the beautiful Star Bar Dinner Theater and enjoy an array of feel-good music from days past.

You are welcome to sing-a-long (Actually, with Gary, sometimes, you dont have a choice, he makes you part of the show), clap your hands or if you are too cool to do that, just nod along with the beat. Why not make a full evening and include a delicious dinner with your show. All V.I.P seats include a Dinner and/or drink choice, upfront, near the stage seating and discounted city parking. Soulsville is a Las Vegas Style Show in the heart of Sydney.

Oh, keep your eyes and ears open for the coolest band in da land The Hot Ice Soul Band 2 Shows a night. Every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the Month. Limited seating so book early to avoid disappointment. Doors open 6:30pm. Shows are 7pm and 8:45pm.We recommend dinner from 5:30pm-6:45pm (7pm show) and 7:00pm-8:30pm (8:45pm show)

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