Things to do across Australia this July

Things to do across Australia this July

If there's one thing Australians simply won't do, it's hibernate during the winter. We're a heat-led populous for sure, and the winter cold won't stop us from hitting the surf or heading out for a night on the town – no matter what the thermometer says.

Across the country, these are the things to do in the month of July...



For the first time since 2010, Bell Shakespeare will be presenting King Lear in the round at The Neilson Nutshell in Sydney until 20 July.

Sydney Symphony Orchestra will be playing a selection of concerts across July, including Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony from 27–28 July.

Africa Film Fest Australia – an upcoming three-day curatorial film festival organised by ACE and a team of African-Australian curators and supported by Screen NSW, City of Parramatta, Multicultural NSW and WeirAnderson Films – is taking place from 19–21 July at Riverside Theatres in Parramatta.

National Theatre of Parramatta (NTofP) is presenting the world premiere of new work by acclaimed playwright James Elazzi, Karim, at Riverside Theatres Parramatta from 25 July.

Swim, Griffin Theatre Company's first production on the go while the Stables Theatre undergoes a major redevelopment, will be showing from 10–27 July at Carriageworks.

Club Origami, Sydney Dance Company’s first dance show for kids, will be performing from 10–20 July.

Sydney' W Hotel will be paying tribute to the finest producers and regional growers at their BTWN restaurant, which has partnered with some of Australia's best winemakers to curate a series of wine dinner experiences beginning with De Beaurepaire Wines on Thursday 25 July.



TV GIRL + The Last Dinner Party will be playing Riverstage on Saturday 20 July.



NGV are hosting a weekly-changing line-up of transcendent musical experiences with one-of-a-kind performances spanning classical, jazz and more. Concerts take place each Friday.

TV GIRL + The Last Dinner Party will be playing Riverstage on Monday 22 July.

Kim Gordon is playing a show at Northcote Theatre on 24 July.



Winter nights will be lit up by Illuminate Adelaide from 4–21 July, the city's brightest celebration of art, light, music, and technology brings late nights, bright lights, and big adventures.



San Cisco will be bringing their Under The Light regional tour to Canberra's UC Refectory on 26 July.

Explore the best of cold climate produce at the Winter Market in Fyshwick on 28 July.



Teddy Swims will be playing at Riverside Theatre in Perth on Friday 19 July.

Museum of the Goldfields's 'Out of this World' exhibition is running all month, exploring Australia’s role in the space race.



Darwin's brand new electronic music festival, Eden Festival, is taking place at the Darwin River Tavern from 26–28 July.



Culinary extravaganza The Tassie Makers Food Festival is happening on 26–27 July, featuring some of Tasmania's finest chefs and local food artisans.

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