Grapeshot Calendar: What’s on?

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AYCC Presents: “Home” Film Screening
+ Climate Change Q&A

The Australian Youth Climate Coalition (AYCC)
at Macquarie University invites you to their first
event of 2016! Learn about why climate change
is such a critical issue, what it means for humanity
and what people like us can do about it, plus
there’s free food people.

April 1st Friday 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm The
Conference room on 3rd floor Campus
Hub building (specific room TBC)

Cost: Free, although donations to help
AYCC’s cause are encouraged on the night

Pop Up Fall Market

Expect a wide but finely curated range
of locally made and sourced wares including
prints, jewellery, cards, apparel, skincare
products and home-wares.

April 2nd Saturday – 11 am – 7 pm  and April 3rd
Sunday – 11 am – 6pm at 107 Redfern Street, Redfern

Redfern Night Markets

DJ’s playing smooth music and a tonne of
stalls, both indoor and outdoor with a lot
of delicious food options. Not to mention
it’s an open mic night so get down there!

April 1st Friday 4:30 pm – 9:30 pm 638
Elizabeth Street, Redfern
Warhol Superstar Pop Party

With screenings of Midnight Cowboy and
Rosemary’s Baby along with live music
the Golden Age Cinema and Bar are asking
you to dress up in the style of a Warhol
Superstar and get snapped in their photo
booth on the night. Prizes for the best dressed
included!

Midnight Cowboy: April 2nd Saturday 6 pm
or Rosemary’s Baby April 2nd 9:30 pm and
the Golden Age Photo booth is open between
5:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Purchase tickets HERE for either screenings

Sydney Korean Festival 2016

Sydney Korean Festival is about celebrating
and sharing all the wonderful things of the Korean
culture. At the festival, you’ll experience the beautiful
history of Korea and listen to popular K-Pop and
traditional music, along with some very tempting exotic Korean cuisine.

April 2nd Saturday 11am – 9pm at the Tumbalong Park Darling Harbour

Contemporary Film Program 

Screening of: Heaven Knows What

In April the Museum of Contemporary Art kick off their Contemporary Film program, in partnership with the Melbourne International Film Festival, with a focus on four films by New York film makers, Brothers Joshua and Benny Safdie.

April 2nd Saturday 2pm

FREE, drop-in
Veolia Lecture Theatre

Running Time: 94 mins
Rated: R

Party-Cipation Screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show 

April 1st Friday Golden Age Cinema and Bar (Surry Hills)

The Golden Age Cinema and Bar are bringing back participation screenings of Rocky Horror Picture Show! They’ll be providing ticket holders with a party pack and instructions about how to get involved on the night.

Purchase tickets HERE