Fun? Food? Films? Your beam to tip Sydney attractions for a week from Apr 3

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Enjoy food and booze on Apr 3 during AnnanROMA.

Enjoy food and booze on Apr 3 during AnnanROMA. Photo: Supplied

Sunday Apr 3

MUSIC Opera in a Pub brings lavishly-costumed performances of operatic favourites to a Randwick watering hole so bar congregation can suffer arias with a drink or two, including renditions of classics such as Bizet’s Toreador Song and Puccini’s Nessun Dorma.

6pm, The Dog Hotel, 2 St Marks Road, Randwick, $69, operainthepub.eventbrite.com.au.

Opera in a Pub is on Apr 3.

Opera in a Pub is on Apr 3. Photo: Supplied

FESTIVAL Arrive with an dull stomach for the food and booze fest AnnanROMA, that has an eat travel for sampling internal transport from wood-fired pizza to preserves to succulent insects. There’s live song from The Vanns and Karleigh Rose.

10am-4pm, The Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan, free, australianbotanicgarden.com.au.

MUSIC Melbourne folk artist Ben Abraham is on discuss following a recover of his entrance album, Sirens. He’s returning from Britain for a fibre of dates before jetting off again to a US.6.30pm, The Vanguard, Newtown, $20, 9557 9409, thevanguard.com.au.

Ken Done.

Ken Done. Photo: Supplied

Monday Apr 4

BOOKS Ken Done recently penned his memoir, A Life Coloured In, and is appearing in Mosman to pronounce about it, as good as his artistic epiphanies and action-packed career.

7pm, Barry O’Keefe Library, 605 Military Road, Mosman, $10, events.mosman.nsw.gov.au.

The stadium stadium during stART.

The stadium stadium during stART. Photo: Supplied

FILM The dear and oft-quoted family favourite The Princess Bride (rated PG) gets a big-screen tour as partial of Dendy’s 2016 module of cult classics.

10am and 6.30pm, Dendy Newtown, Newtown, $12, 9550 5699, dendy.com.au.

Tuesday Apr 5

TALK Scholarly Musings: Masculinity in First World War Letters and Diaries looks into ideas of potency during a Great War as presented by postgraduate modern-history tyro Michael Nicholls as is formed on investigate conducted during a State Library.

11am, State Library, Macquarie Street, city, giveaway (bookings essential), 9273 1414.

MUSIC The Australian Chamber Orchestra and Synergy Percussion join army for Cinemusica (until Apr 6), a film-inspired module destined by Richard Tognetti and featuring Thomas Newman’s measure for American Beauty, Bernard Herrmann’s famous strings from Psycho and a universe premiere work from Synergy’s artistic director, Timothy Constable.

8pm, City Recital Hall, city, $49-$117, aco.com.au.

Wednesday Apr 6

STAGE You competence have seen a film chronicle of Grease a million times on radio reruns, though The Original Grease (until May 7) shows a opposite side, presenting a tender and raunchy prophesy of a musical, including songs and scenes cut before to a 1972 Broadway debut.

11am and 7.30pm, Seymour Centre, Chippendale, $48, 9351 7940.

COMEDY Penny Arcade (also famous as Susana Ventura) got her initial ambience of celebrity when she was recruited to be one of Andy Warhol’s superstars. Catch her award-winning Edinburgh Festival Fringe uncover Longing Lasts Longer (until Apr 8), an night of humour vituperation opposite a consent of a complicated era.

8pm, Giant Dwarf, 199 Cleveland Street, Redfern, $35, giantdwarf.com.au.

Thursday Apr 7

MUSIC Crooner Chris Isaak reaches The Star to perform marks from his new record, First Comes a Night, alongside comparison hits like Wicked Game, Baby Did A Bad Bad Thing and Somebody’s Crying.

8pm, The Star Event Centre, Pyrmont, $101.35-$147.20, ticketek.com.au.

STAGE Catch David Lindsay-Abaire’s critically acclaimed 2011 comedy of manners Good People (until May 21), starring Strictly Ballroom‘s Tara Morice as a struggling singular mom who hits adult an aged fire in a hopes of improving her lot in life.

8.15pm, Ensemble Theatre, Kirribilli, $65, 9929 0644.

Friday Apr 8

COMEDY As partial of a designed Seniors Week activities, comedians and media personalities come together for a smart discuss to try to figure out either girl truly is squandered on a young.

11am, Sydney Town Hall, city, giveaway (bookings essential), whatson.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au.

MUSIC Hear a harmonies of husband-and-wife low-pitched organisation Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker as indie stone organisation Low earnings to Australia for a initial time in 6 years. Their many new album, 2015′s Ones and Sixes, was praised by Mojo as “one of a many considerable albums of their career”.

8pm, Factory Theatre, Marrickville, $51.70, 9550 3666.

Saturday Apr 9

ART Tang: Treasures from a Silk Road Capital (until Jul 10) displays archaeological commentary of gold, silver, ceramics and picture paintings some-more than 1000 years old, with 130 objects on arrangement from a Chinese range of Shaanxi.

10am-5pm, Art Gallery of NSW, The Domain, city, $16, artgallery.nsw.gov.au.

MARKETS Get dry fingers sifting by a discs on offer during a bi-annual Glebe Record Fair, with some-more than 100 stalls offered vinyl, CDs, DVDs and books.

9am-4pm, Peter Forsyth Auditorium, Frances Road, Glebe, $3-$6, eggrecords.com.

Sunday Apr 10

COMMUNITY The Rockdale Arts Festival kicks off with stART, a family-friendly jubilee of humanities and crafts. Visitors can get in hold with their artistic side as they take partial in a calligraphy or sketching workshop, perform in a stadium stadium or wander by a outside art gallery.

11.30am-3.30pm, Cook Park, General Holmes Drive, Kyeemagh, free, www.rockdale.nsw.gov.au.

MUSIC London-based contingent Daughter upgraded from their strange venue to make space for their flourishing fan base, fueled by a success of their second album, Not to Disappear.

8pm, Enmore Theatre, Newtown, $64.90, ticketek.com.au.

LOOKING AHEAD

NEXT WEEK Heather Mitchell, Tony Llewellyn-Jones, Harriet Dyer, Josh McConville and Helen Thomson make adult a garb expel rebellious a smart one-liners of Noel Coward’s Hay Fever, that follows a individualist Bliss family as any entice a guest to stay a weekend during their nation house.

April 11 to May 21, Sydney Opera House, $76-$104, 9250 1777, sydneytheatre.com.au.

NEXT MONTH The Drones move their eminent live act to theatre for a recover of their latest album, Feelin’ Kinda Free.

May 14, Metro Theatre, city, $40, ticketek.com.au.

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