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Top ten culture kicks!

Hi culture creatures,
Here we go!
Sculptures by the Sea. No more info required! No link, as you know where it is!
http://sculpturebythesea.com/
Healthy shizzles. Bend this bodies, babies:
Cycle at Night:
Brewery Yard Markets on this Sunday at Central Park:
On Sunday 1 November 2015, Sydney Open throws open the doors to the city’s most treasured and architecturally inspiring buildings..the city is opening up spaces that are usually restricted, I’m doing the St James underground tour AMAZING!:
A wonderful initiative to create awareness about anxiety and depression. Charles Francis has photographed well-know Aussies and all proceeds from the silent auction go to Beyond Blue and Lifeline. Dig deep people:
Customs House library [a nice trot at lunch time] Tues November 3 until 30 December:
On Thursday November 5th COMMUNE are hosting an evening of free flowing soup and beer. https://www.facebook.com/twopots   Two Pots, a pop up diner with a farm to plate philosophy will be taking over COMMUNE’s kitchen for the night. They are serving up two different pots of soup, Iggy’s sourdough and homemade smoked pumpkin pie
With with Gin!
Gin Mill Social, Friday November 13 at Slide:
Book wormies, this is for YOU! [you’re welcome x]
Love this city,
MFM x
PC: @getfunkt on insta
PC: @getfunkt on insta
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Take me to Spice Alley!

Has anyone taken their tails for a trot to see the renovated townhouses in Kensington Street yet? We love it!

They’ve been given a yummy lick of paint and we dig the new residents. Fancy a coffee while you wait for your flowers to be arranged? No sweat! Have a rumbling tummy? Not for long you won’t! Take a sneaky turn down an alley and you will be transported out of Sydney to what feels like a Hawkers Corner in little Asia.

If you weren’t curious you’d miss it. Such a lovely little nook offering sensational and cheap fare. We love the details, the street art with a splash of colour being injected from the yellow and red lanterns swaying in the breeze above. Once you look up, you witness the wonderful juxtaposition of the modern architecture in Central Park and the terraces on Kensington Street. Nicely done, people, nicely done.

Bellies need not despair. Between the two of us we blew a cool thirty and waddled out with swelling bellies and thoughts of wanderlust wanting to go to Spain for a siesta. Chippendale Precinct, you da best!

Spice_Alley, Chippendale, CCP
Spice_Alley, Chippendale, CCP

Ambushed [in a good way].

The Ambush Gallery have really got it going on.. All their digits are on the pulse. I recall going to their shows in Waterloo years ago and look at them now. Amazing! Nice one, guys.

They housed a sugar festival and the opening of a world class stencil exhibition last weekend. Yes, we’re a tad tardy on the diary entry however we blame the hangover from the mega dizzying sugar rush mokay? And it was worth it by the way.

Admittedly a little excited, we skipped breakfast in anticipation of all the offerings at the Sweetfest event that was part of the Good Food Month. Upon arrival we celebrated with a glass of sparking from Redbank in hand, wandering and exploring what was on offer.

We eventually found ourselves tucked in the corner scoffing sweets, sipping bubbles and allowing the go-go-gadget-arm to extend out to the stalls to bring back more. Incidentally, did anyone have the s’mores from Andy Bowdy Pastry [FYI you guys need either a hug or a smack as these were to die for!]. These were a ‘high’light.

Our favourite masterclass was from Alistair Wise from Sweet Envy in Hobart [we love Hobart!]. He’s highly entertaining and super talented! And he’s a little evil… He created a gutter trash sundae that was 2.4m long. My teeth almost fell out looking at it. Suffice to say they stayed put and it was a taste sensation. The crescendo was the fantastically fizzy champagne fountain spider experience! This guy knows how to have fun.

So I discovered that sparkling wine and sugar make for an interesting burst of unexpected energy. Admittedly I was a little tongue tied from the rush however eager to hop, skip and bounce across the living mall to the Stencil Art Prize.

This exhibition is in its seventh year and features 92 artists from 21 countries. There are some wonderful pieces. Make sure you check it out before it wraps up this Friday, 30 October. Our pick? Robin Williams of course. We miss you, oh talented creature.

Love this city!

#goodfoodmonth #sweetfest #ambushgallery #livingmall #centralpark #sydneylocal

Sweetfest and Stencil Art Prize. PC: getfunkt on instagram.
Sweetfest and Stencil Art Prize. PC: getfunkt on instagram.

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