Ah, the elusive weekend. It may have only been five days but boy, have we missed you. As we fill our schedules with plans and fret over what to do, here at RUSSH we've rounded up a non-exhaustive list of activities to enjoy indoors as well as outside (for those located on Australia's soggy East Coast). For others using these two days as an opportunity to slide under the covers and recharge, take this as a case for leaving your bed.
Below, find a selection of things to do this weekend. From the Gabrielle Chanel exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria to Hannah Gadsby performing at The Sydney Opera House, there's plenty to sink your teeth into this weekend.
Catch Hannah Gadsby perform Body of Work at the Sydney Opera House.
Revolution Renegade is back at Darlinghurst Theatre Company for its second iteration.
Revisit a classic and watch Death of a Salesman performed by Sydney Theatre Company.
Moonlight Cinema is back with its annual program, book tickets now!
A multi-sensory immersive space experience is up for grabs with Neighbourhood Earth at the ICC.
Get your Santa photos taken down at Marrickville Metro.
Gabrielle Chanel: Fashion Manifesto is on at the National Gallery of Victoria. Why not check it out tonight as NGV Friday Nights returns once more. Tonight DJ Jimmy James and In2Stellar are set to hit the decks.
See the Linda McCartney: Retrospective at Ballarat International Foto Biennale.
Head on over to Hope St. Radio for dinner and music.
If all else fails, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is still showing...
The holidays are upon us! Get into the spirit with A Christmas Carol at Queensland Performing Arts Centre.
Immerse yourself in the Michelangelo Sistine Chapel exhibition at the Ice Cream Factory.
Begin your Christmas shopping at The Finders Keepers market pop-up in Brisbane this Saturday.
Spend your afternoon hanging out at Capital Brewing Co.
Music on the Greens is kicking off at Kambri Lawn this weekend.
Hippo Co. are leading one of their famous whisky tastings on Saturday evening at 6pm.
Christopher Samuel Carroll is breathing new life into Albert Camus' Nobel Prize-winning play, The Stranger.
Take your friends and family and find your way across Mix 106.3's Christmas Light Trail.
Treat yourself to some live soul at The Polo this Saturday eve.
Holden Street Theatres presents Bumming with Jane a play inspired by the poetry of Charles Bukowski and the modern Australian city.
Ever wanted to try your hand at bee-keeping? Now's your chance with an introduction to backyard beekeeping taking place this Saturday.
Spend Sunday long-lunching at Comida.
Experience the best in contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art with Tarnanthi at Art Gallery of South Australia.
Check out the best in Western Australian artists with the newly opened exhibition The View From Here at the Art Gallery of Western Australia.
Get your dose of laughs in at Oasis Comedy Club.
Celebrate the women in your life at Fremantle Arts Centre's Remarkable Women Event.
Sly Withers is performing their album Gardens tonight at Freo. Social.
Explore a side of the Territory you haven't seen before with this guide.
Move your body at Neon Jungle, a dance party hosted by Smith St. Social.
One Mile Brewery is the spot for a LGBTIQ+ end of year party.
Usher in the weekend with a yoga flow.
As always, Music at Mona is on this weekend. This time around Drunken Snow Angels, Mia Palencia Trio and Tim Jones Trio are set to perform.
There are still tickets left to catch The Chats live at Republic Bar, Hobart.
Salamanca Market is open and calling your name this Saturday.