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  1. Liquēre by Danny Eastwood

    Tuesday 14 February to Sunday 5 March 2017, Darlinghurst

    Liquēre, from the Latin verb meaning “to be fluid”, explores the fluidity of human form. Photography is often a literal transposition of reality, but it can also blur boundaries. These images aim to confound the...

    14 Feb -05Mar
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  2. The Mystery of Love and Sex

    Friday 10 February to Sunday 12 March 2017, Darlinghurst

    Presented in association with Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival 2017. Supported by Ian Barnett.Charlotte loves Jonny, but lately she’s been loving Claire. Jonny loves Charlotte, but lately he’s been...

    10 Feb -12Mar
  3. A Strategic Plan

    Friday 27 January to Saturday 11 March 2017, Darlinghurst

    A Strategic Plan is Geelong-based playwright Ross Mueller’s contemporary satire about office life, arts funding and the perils of following your heart. Hilarious, pointed and painfully observant, it’s sure to cut...

    27 Jan -11Mar
  4. Vernon Ah Kee: not an animal or a plant

    Saturday 7 January to Saturday 11 March 2017, Darlinghurst

    Presented in association with Sydney Festival, this solo exhibition by internationally renowned Australian artist Vernon Ah Kee is a thought-provoking portrait of black and white political issues, attitudes and...

    07 Jan -11Mar
  5. Sydney Mardi Gras Parade

    Saturday 4 March 2017, Darlinghurst

    There is no more perfect combination of passion and people than The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade. Every year, hundreds of thousands of spectators from all over the world bring the city to a standstill as...

    04 Mar
  6. The Homosexuals

    Friday 17 March to Saturday 29 April 2017, Darlinghurst

    Gay newlyweds Warren and Kim have it all – a small dog, a joint gym membership and a 20 square metre apartment with stunning views. But in 2017 if you offend the wrong person your life will go straight down the...

    17 Mar -29Apr
  7. Risque Revue

    Thursday 23 March to Thursday 25 May 2017, Darlinghurst

    Indulge yourself at Risqué Revue, an evening of fine French cuisine, accompanied by a magnificent production show set in the heart of Paris.Risqué Revue is a multi-act theatrical production that...

    23 Mar -25May
  8. Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize

    Tuesday 28 March to Saturday 20 May 2017, Darlinghurst

    On view at NAS Gallery is the 2017 Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize where guest curator Callum Morton has selected some of the country’s brightest contemporary art stars who will in turn nominate one emerging...

    28 Mar -20May
  9. Smurf in Wanderland

    Tuesday 2 May to Saturday 13 May 2017, Darlinghurst

    Presented by Griffin Theatre Company in association with National Theatre of Parramatta.David Williams – acclaimed documentary theatre maker, writer and football fanatic – is the ‘Smurf’. For the uninitiated...

    02 May -13May
  10. The Ham Funeral

    Wednesday 17 May to Saturday 10 June 2017, Darlinghurst

    Presented by Siren Theatre Co and Griffin Independent.In a gothic inner-city boarding house, a naïve young poet is drawn into the fetid world of the basement-dwelling landlord and his wife, the hauntingly...

    17 May -10Jun

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Darlinghurst is a hip inner-city suburb just east of Hyde Park, bordered by Surry Hills, Kings Cross and Woolloomooloo. It’s known for its plethora of excellent small bars (many of them hidden, speakeasy-style), a buzzing cafe and specialty coffee scene, a string of cutting-edge independent galleries and excellent restaurants, all of which makes Darlinghurst an excellent neighbourhood to explore and to stay in. It’s also easy to get around on foot or via public transport to many of Sydney’s best known sites.

Unsurprisingly, Darlinghurst has a variety of Sydney events to keep you entertained. It’s home to the Darlinghurst Theatre Company, housed in the Eternity Playhouse, which produces unique Australian productions which inspire reflection and dialogue about the world, and the National Art School, which hosts its fabulous Graduate Exhibition each December. It’s also the heartland of the famed Sydney Mardi Gras Parade, an epic colourful celebration of LGBTQI pride which runs along Oxford Street in February.