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40-44 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney, NS, AU, 2010

  • Phone: (61) 2 82628844
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Entertainment Venues

»Oxford Art Factory

If you think that categorizing music into various genres limits the ability of the artists to delve into new dimensions of innovation and creativity, then you need to head straight for The Oxford Art Factory. This bar cum entertainment venue does not look down upon emerging talent, no matter how radical and new they may seem. The idea of promoting new sounds and beats, while yet upholding the old ones, is what this music lovers' haven is all about. The Oxford Art Factory also has an arts gallery space where it showcases and promotes works by the Australian arts community. There's also a well-equipped bar at this venue where you can either enjoy a quiet drink by yourself, or chat about your new found love for all things arty with some of the folk around. Call for event timings and additional information.

38-46 Oxford Street
Sydney, NSW 2010

»Korean Cultural Office

Modern information and diffusion center of the Korean Kulture in Australia. Located nearby at the CBD was created in April of 2011 in the year of friendship between Australia and Korea.

255 Elizabeth
Sydney, NSW

»NSW Teachers Federation Conference Centre

The NSW Teachers Federation Conference Centre in Sydney offers its auditorium and other rooms for hosting variety of corporate events, film screenings, exhibitions and conferences, and other gatherings throughout the year.

37 Reservoir Street
Sydney, NSW 2010

»Capitol Theatre

This 2,000 seat Capitol Theatre was originally a luxury picture palace and circus, with the seal pit still under the auditorium. The Capitol fell into disrepair, but an extensive renovation restored her to her former glory. The elegant Florentine garden theme features Grecian statues, gold, velvet and a wonderful starry night ceiling. It hosts a variety of shows, from big musicals through to classic old film screenings.

13 Campbell Street
Sydney, NSW 2000

»Metro Theatre

One of Sydney's most famous and popular independent rock venues, Metro Theater has witnessed some of the greatest rock shows ever and is a hub of flurry activities round the year. This place is also home to many a local acts and provides a well-deserved spearhead for artists vying to break into the rock scene. Apart from rock concerts, MTV's The Lair is one such show that is held here weekly. The Metro is also available for hire.  

624 George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000

»3 Wise Monkeys

Located in a heritage building dating back to 1879, the 3 Wise Monkeys Public House is a lively local pub, nightclub and event venue. Spread out over three levels, the pub offers a variety of experiences from an authentic English pub experience at the George Street Bar, a stylishly low-key cocktail lounge on the Mezzanine level and finally a happening nightclub hosting Sydney's top DJ's, entertainers and performers on the upper level or first floor. Open through the day, the bistro or pub serves up a delicious array of pub classics and freshly baked pizzas. The drinks menu offers a good selection of Australian wines and craft beers. For reservations or additional information, contact the restaurant.

555 George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000

»Event Cinemas

Event Cinemas, located right at the heart of Sydney, is a popular hub for movie fanatics and cinema-goers. It consists of various types of cinema halls, such as Vmax, Gold Class and regular, to suit the needs of a wider audience. So the next time you're in the city and wish for a fine movie-going experience, catch a show at this theater and you won't be disappointed.

505-525 George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000

»TAP Gallery

The word "gallery" is somewhat misleading here, for TAP actually provides a multitude of facilities to artists and visitors from Darlinghurst and beyond. The ground floor area is a massive L-shaped space, giving the building frontage on both Palmer and Burton Streets. Here you'll find artworks from emerging and established artists lining the wall, a second-hand bookshop and the occasional weekend market. Up the stairs you'll find a cafe, a workshop used for life drawing classes held every Monday, and a theater space, which shows regular independent productions.

278 Palmer Street
Sydney, NSW 2010

»Timezone

If you're tired of the generic dinner date, head to Timezone on George Street. This place is for those who like adventure and dont mind if it comes virtually - expect hundreds of arcade and fun video games to choose from. Whether you're a kid, a teen or an adult, this vibrant place will have you feeling years younger in no time. Housed within the Event Cinema Complex, the play zone remains open all week, till midnight, Timezone is where the fun begins!

505 George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000

»GoodGod Small Club

One of the hottest nightspots in Chinatown, GoodGod Small Club is not as small, though it did have humble beginnings in the back room of a local restaurant. No matter how humble its beginnings were, GoodGod Small Club has grown mammoth-size, at least with regards to prominence, in the city's live music and nightlife scene. Comprising a bar, a 'Danceteria' and a canteen, this venue features and excellent sound and light system, which has helped to make it a spot buzzing with DJs and bands, visiting as well as local,playing here regularly. Do see the website or call to know more.

55 Liverpool Street
Sydney, NSW 2000

»Reading Cinema - Market City

This five screen, mainstream multiplex near Darling Harbour, is on the top floor of the Market City Shopping Complex in Chinatown. It features digital sound, stadium seating, large screens and love seats! This is a great cinema to catch up on any general release movies you may have missed, since they tend to be a few months behind other cinemas. It often screens Jackie Chan retrospectives, and other Asian movie festivals.

9-13 Hay Street
Sydney, NSW 2000

»Qantas Credit Union Arena (former Sydney Entertainment Centre)

Qantas Credit Union Arena (former Sydney Entertainment Centre). Next door to Darling Harbour and Chinatown, this large indoor entertainment venue, renovated in 1998, can be configured to seat 600 in intimate mode or 11,000 in rock mode. The monolithic 'Ent Cent' is nothing if not flexible ... it has hosted diverse music acts from Barry Manilow to Metallica, as well as tennis, circuses, ice shows, ballet, motorcross bike racing, trade shows, big-name public speakers and a variety of spectacular extravaganzas!

35 Harbour Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
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