what’s on Oc­to­ber

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BARD WORK

The world’s first fullscale work­ing replica of Lon­don’s fa­mous Globe Theatre is com­ing to Syd­ney, pre­sent­ing a fes­ti­val of Shake­speare the way it was meant to be seen. En­joy clas­sic plays A Mid­sum­mer Night’s Dream, The Mer­chant of Venice and Mac­beth. Un­til Novem­ber 4; Moore Park, Syd­ney; www. pop­up­globe.com.au.

IN THE FAST LANE

Gold Coast’s 600 Su­per­cars event sig­nals the end of the En­duro Cup and is set to be a make-or-break shot at the V8 cham­pi­onship for many con­tenders. 19–21 Oc­to­ber; Gold Coast; www.su­per­cars.com.

PLAYS AND DIS­PLAYS

The Mel­bourne In­ter­na­tional Arts Fes­ti­val re­turns with more arts, theatre and dance from over­seas, in­clud­ing the Fire Gar­dens in­stal­la­tion that lights up the Royal Botanic Gar­dens. 3–21 Oc­to­ber; Mel­bourne; www.fes­ti­val.mel­bourne/2018.

South­ern Screens

It may be the youngest of its kind, but Ade­laide’s Film Fes­ti­val is ar­guably Aus­tralia’s best. This year it will fea­ture block­busters such as sci-fi thriller I Am Mother star­ring Hi­lary Swank, and lo­cal pro­duc­tions. 10–21 Oc­to­ber; Ade­laide; www.ade­laide­film­fes­ti­val.org.

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