The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - Best Weekend - - THE PLANNER -


For­mer Ham­burg ballet dancer Re­nee Scott will lead this dance-based work­out that will have you sweat­ing it out in the 45minute class to beats from a live DJ. Guests also score a free goodie bag on arrival. Beats by Barra At­tack, Roslyn Packer The­atre, 22 Hick­son Rd, Walsh Bay; Au­gust 23, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, tick­ets $45, roslyn­pack­erthe­atre.com.au


For a dead­set good time, visit one of Sydney’s old­est ceme­ter­ies as it plays host to more than graves at Hid­den, an ex­hi­bi­tion of more than 40 sculp­tures dot­ted through­out the old­est of its 150year-old sec­tions. Take a stroll through the peace­ful grounds and see the works from es­tab­lished and up-and-com­ing artists, in­clud­ing emerg­ing tal­ent Adam Galea as they explore themes of his­tory, cul­ture, mem­ory and love. Hid­den, Rook­wood Ceme­tery Hawthorne Ave, Rook­wood; Au­gust 26-Septem­ber 24, hid­den­in­rook­wood.com.au


Not all teapots are cre­ated equal. This ex­hi­bi­tion of hand­made ce­ram­ics puts a touch of colour, out­landish­ness and cre­ativ­ity to the hum­ble ves­sels, fea­tur­ing pot­ters’ works from across Aus­tralia in both func­tional and dec­o­ra­tive pots, in­clud­ing some in­ven­tive re­sponses to the theme of Fan­tas­tic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The Sydney Teapot Show, Ker­rie Lowe Gallery, 49 King St, New­town; Au­gust 24-Septem­ber 17, free, ker­rielowe.com

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