The College of Fine Arts is holding its annual exhibition of student works from Thursday 29 November till Friday 7 December. It will include an exhibition of photographs by digital media student Victo Chang entitled Play Role, Love Fun. This exhibition deals with the relationship between homosexuality and heterosexuality and features lesbians, gays and drag queens. COFA is located at the corner of Oxford St and Greens Rd in Paddington.
Tenor Lincoln Scott will be performing My Life in Song, a selection of cabaret, musical theatre and opera favourites, tonight (29 November) at Slide, accompanied by baritone Rex Taylor and Vincent Colagiuri on piano. The show costs $20, or $60 with dinner – bookings on 8915 1899 or
The Brandenburg Orchestra is joining forces with the Australian Brandenburg Choir to take you back in time into traditional Christmas music. The show is directed by Paul Dyer and will play at the Paddington St Francis of Assisi church on 17 and 18 December. Details:
It’s Go Underground night at Phoenix this Saturday 1 December from 10pm till 6am with DJs Feisty and Mandy Rollins. Details:
Performer Asim Gorashi will present Sounds of Sudan at the Studio, Sydney Opera House, on Saturday 1 December. The show is a musical safari across a country rich in cultural, religious and musical diversity. Tickets start at $25. Bookings on 9250 7777 or
The Bang Gang Xmas party will be held at Arq Nightclub on Friday 7 December. DJs include Gus Da Hoodrat, Ajax, Dangerous Dan, Doom and Nolan Nolan. Tickets are $15 and can be bought from Spank records and

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