Civic Centres in Sydney

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Civic Centres in Sydney

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  • JnVSydney
    Greater Sydney, Australia13,430 contributions
    Located at the top of Marrickville road stands this heritage classic built in 1922, the area has gone through some changes over the years, however the townhall has stood the test of time.
    Written 27 April 2021
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  • monenaManchester
    Sydney, Australia259 contributions
    DDD section 16 Seat 29 - it’s hot in here although cooler outside - small seating space but clear views due to elevation
    Written 12 April 2022
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  • ZeebruggeExplorer
    Sarasota, FL364 contributions
    Once we found this at 255 Elizabeth Street we went inside and was greeted with a lot of information. It is not a big museum area, but sites inside are lovely and gave me a memory of Korea.
    Written 28 October 2019
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  • James W
    Bali, Indonesia7 contributions
    What is usually a rehearsal space for performing artists during the week is transformed into "The Flying Nun" on most Friday and Saturday nights (make sure you check the website for program and opening hours), presenting strange, weird and quirky local performances. Cheap entry ($20) and a cheap bar ($6 beers). Their program could be anything from comedy, theatre, music, cabaret, film or dance. Created by professional artists from the local area, what's great about this venue is that the work is fresh out of rehearsal... so as an audience you are the first to witness it. Could be amazing, could be terrible... but it's a testing ground for new ideas. If you want to get an idea of local, contemporary culture - then this is the real deal. Maybe we catch the next big thing before it becomes big? It's definitely underground, counter-culture... not for everyone, but something for someone wanting an authentic local cultural experience.
    Written 16 January 2019
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