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6 days ago

Brand  X

Here is a great explainer on what just happened with changes to Sydney's DCP - and its impacts on a new night time economy for the City. We are all very proud of this achievement and the impacts that will follow in changes to legislation that will enable business and the creative industries to respond to and leverage our new urban environment.

Councillor Jess Miller
Here's the plan, fam.

A outline for a more vibrant and interesting Sydney. Over to you to fill in the colours.
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7 days ago

Brand  X

In April we celebrated the 6th annual #blockparty with an amazing night filled with #community, #art and #artists across Atchison Street and Atchison Lane. Huge thank you to the locals across the #lowernorthshore who came to explore our ever growing #creativeprecinct in St Leonards thanks to TWT Property Group. This is the perfect example of #peoplemakingplace by embracing #collectivecreativity to encourage a sense of belonging in our changing urban environment. The future looks bright - and Brand X are excited about the years we have together in our beautiful #StLeonards neighbourhood. ...

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Emma Williams Craig Collins see anyone familiar?

Wonderful capture of that collective creativity!

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2 weeks ago

Brand  X

FOLLY & TIME
By Raghav Handa and Martin Fox, music by Maharshi Rava
Friday 17 May @ 8pm
Saturday 18 May @ 8pm
$20 from folly-and-time.eventbrite.com.au
Exploring the connections and tensions between musician and dancer and the meaning of presence. The work creates a matrix of relationships between three characters – two virtual and one physical – who engage in kinetic and verbal dialogue across real and virtual divides.
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2 weeks ago

Brand  X

People! Remember we asked you to respond to the City of Sydney's late night trading DCP ideas??? Thanks to your response (and 9,999 others) last night council committee supported the changes unanimously. Sydney CBD is one-step away from being a 24 hour city centre (what? - wasn't it already!?!) with increased trading (til 2am) across other "village" centres (and 5am in more built up areas of our hoodz). Democracy in action! Maybe we are one-step closer to getting a table at a restaurant after 10am in our global city (radical thinking eh??????)... or picking up some flowers for your beau after a show or buying some vinyl from the record store after beers with ya-mates? It'll take a while for customers to think after 10pm is possible... but at least its now enabled. Next step in our work to reform legislation... "low-impact cultural use" and "agent of change" - stand by! It's a journey worth taking.

9 News Sydney
The City of Sydney council has revealed plans to make Sydney a 24-hour city.

#9News | 9News.com.au
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3 weeks ago

Brand  X

Next at The Nun - "A Murder Story Retold in Three Symphonic Vignettes". This work is @nineNinefold - a theatre ensemble's latest experiment in form. It investigates how repetition, physical scoring, music and sparse dialogue are interlaced to depict story in a non-naturalistic way. In choreographing everyday physical actions, we magnify nuances of ordinary life to discover its operatic grandeur.

In this suburban murder story told and retold, a domestic helper gets revenge on an abusive host by fatal poisoning. Set to classical symphonic pieces, the narrative warps and shifts with each retelling based on the music chosen for each vignette. Drawing from the form-based worlds of Robert Wilson and the uncanniness of David Lynch.

A Murder Story... plays this weekend (May 3 and 4) at The Flying Nun by Brand X. Be the first to witness this new work by an incredibly talented ensemble with a very compelling aesthetic.

$20 tix here: a-murder-story.eventbrite.com.au
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4 weeks ago

Brand  X

5 new performances you need to experience at The Flying Nun - from Flamenco to Harpsichord to two old Beatches... we have some amazing outcomes from performing arts residencies to share with you each weekend at ESCAC in Darlinghurst. ...

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