7 things to do in Sydney this July

Winter has well and truly settled in but that doesn’t mean we’re destined to be hermits. In fact, there’s lots to see and do this July to get us out and about and entertained. From wine and cheese ceramic workshops to finding your happy place, we’ve put together a list of the top 7 things to do in the 7th month of the year (do you see what we did there), right here in Sydney.

1. Happy Place

Capture your happy at this immersive pop-up exhibit at Broadway Sydney. With multi-sensory themed rooms and larger-than-life installations, Happy Place offers an extraordinary whimsical experience for groups of all sizes and ages.

When: From now until 16 Aug

How much: $32.50 per ticket – all ages welcome

Where: Broadway, Sydney

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2. Kupe to Cook at the Sea Museum

Gain a deeper understanding of the people and places of the Pacific Ocean with the new exhibition at The Sea Museum. Featuring artworks by twenty leading Aotearoa New Zealand and Australian contemporary artists, Kupe to Cook dismantles misconceptions about the discovery of Aotearoa New Zealand.

When: now until 6 Nov 2020

How much: Adult $25, Child $15, Concession $20, Family $60, Children under 4 and members are free.

Where: Sea Museum Sydney

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3. Igloos at the pier

Pier One have raised the bar (literally) with luxury igloos perched above the pier on suite balconies overlooking the harbour. You can choose to enjoy a midday, sunset, or twilight session with the option to stay overnight if you wish.

When: Until 30 September 2020

How much: From $200 hire fee with a $400 minimum spend on food and beverages

Where: Pier One Sydney

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4. Wine and cheese ceramic workshop

If making something beautiful whilst enjoying BYO wine and nibbles sounds like it would be something you’d enjoy, then we may have found the perfect 2-hour workshop for you. You’ll learn the process of stoneware ceramics, vessel and pattern design in a warm and relaxing atmosphere.

When: Ongoing

Where: Enmore

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5. And Now

Featuring works from the second decade of Judith Neilson’s White Rabbit Collection, nothing will be as it seems. The artists in AND NOW represent the vanguard of global contemporary art which not only reflect the transformation of China but also echo the entire world in flux.

When: Now until 2 August 2020-07-09

Where: White Rabbit Gallery, Chippendale

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6. Issho Editions

A new online program from The Japan Foundation, Sydney which has been developed with the intention to bring people together through the experience of Japenese arts and culture across the digital landscape. The program consists of a four-part series that showcases Japanese cultural practices including pop culture, craft, music and dance from local and international artists.

When: Until 1 August 2020

Where: Online

How much: Free

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7. The Priscilla Experience

It’s time to get your drag on and enjoy this show-stopping dining experience at The Imperial. With a delicious three-course menu and luxurious cocktail options, this is one and a half hours of non-stop glamour and glitz inspired by the camp history of Australian drag.

When: Fri: Two evening seatings @ 6pm and 8.15pm

Sat: Two evening seatings @ 6pm and 8.15pm

Sun: one matinee and one evening seating @ 2 pm and 6pmHow much: $100pp which includes a ticket to the show, three-course dining, and a cocktail on arrival.

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