Sing to be heard
SING TO BE HEARD
The Caelestis choir is calling for anyone who likes to sing regardless of gender, age, sexuality or experience. The choir is looking for both singers and volunteers. The first Caelestis choir will be in Sydney, with others following worldwide. Details: www.generationq.net/articles/Sing-Out-for-Tolerance-00001.html.
Saving Grace will play at Will and Toby’s in Taylor Square on Thursday 4 October with Amanda Easton and Sarah Aubrey. Doors open at 8pm and the show starts at 9pm. Tickets are $10 and $13 at the door. Phone 9209 4614 or visit www.moshtix.com.au.
HAIR EXPO 2008
Hair Expo is being revamped and will have some new initiatives in order to combine fashion and hairdressing. The unveiling of the new project will take place this month at a secret location. Details: www.hairexpo.com.au.
Strike Bowling Bar has just opened at Darling Harbour and it’s bigger and better than ever. With state of the art bowling lanes, cocktail bars, private lounges, pool tables, a multimedia system and much more, it is a place for any occasion. It’s at 22 The Promenade, King Street Wharf. Details: www.strikebowlingbar.com.au.
Patrick Wolf is returning to Australia for his second tour this November. The Sydney show will be on Thursday 8 November at the Metro Theatre. Advance tickets are available from www.metrotheatre.com.au, Red Eye Records, Fish at Newtown (9550 3666), and Enmore Theatre box office, 130 Enmore Rd, Newtown.
ART EXPLORES INTIMACY
Intimacy, an art exhibition showing nine Australian and international artists through an array of diverse media, explores the ways we make connections in our media-dominated society. Opening: Thursday 11 October 5.30pm to 7.30pm. Exhibition floor talk: Thursday 25 October 1.30pm. Storytelling: Saturday 13 October 2pm and Saturday 3 November 2pm. Details: www.cofa.unsw.edu.au/galleries/idg.