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Expect barely controlled chaos, a manic comic knockabout cyclone of absurd acrobatics and non-stop action that will have audiences both young and old on the edge of their seats.
Internationally acclaimed, and undeniably Australian, Circus Oz returns to Sydney with two hours of exuberant physicality, exquisitely executed aerial mastery, jaw-dropping acrobatic performances and comedic mayhem – all driven by the dynamic, original and eclectic music of the all new Circus Oz band.
For more information on Barely Contained visit circusoz.com/barelycontained
AAMI Ferrython part of the Australia Day Celebrations
Everyone loves a race, especially when it involves our four favourite little Sydney Ferries decorated and dressed to the nines!
Sydney will once again become the perfect playground for thousands of Aussies to celebrate Australia Day on January 26.
Pay tribute to our unique cultural identity amongst Sydney’s iconic landmarks – Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Hyde Park or the city centre. Rise early for the Woggan-ma-gule Indigenous ceremony at Farm Cove from 8am, then take the kids to Hyde Park for the Great Australian BBQ, complete with family friendly entertainment.
Follow the display of pristine vintage cars on Macquarie and College Streets for the NRMA Motorfest and finally, as the sun sets, head to Pyrmont Point Park for the smooth sounds of Sydney Ports Jazz on the Water.
Visit australiaday.com.au for more information and while you’re there, explore the new Aussie Vault section of the site.
Wonderful Town – Symphony in The Domain: 23 January 2010 at 8pm
Symphony in The Domain is one of Sydney’s favourite ways to spend a summer evening. This year, conductor Paul Kildea celebrates the music of brilliant American composer Leonard Bernstein in a vivacious program showing his genius across a range of music styles.Share
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