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Our top 10 Sydney Festival picks + win tickets!

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 Indian Link’s Sydney Festival 2014 Top 10

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Indian Link is very excited to be a Star Partner of Sydney Festival 2014. Here are our picks of what not to miss!
 
1.   Band of Magicians
10-19 January
Riverside Theatre
Sydneyfestival.org.au/magicians
If magic is your thing then this is one not to be missed… Illusion, deception and magic! Listen to Indian Link Radio 10am December 19 to listen live to our interview with James Galea!
Win tickets here by liking our Facebook page!
 
2.   Am I
Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House
9-11 January
Sydneyfestival.org.au/ami
Dance and music meet to explore then concpet of “I”. Featuring Shantala Shivalingappa.
 
3.   Chi Udaka
16-18 January
York Theatre, Seymour Centre
Sydneyfestival.org.au/chi
This is a fusion of Indian dance and Japanese drumming.
Win tickets here by liking our Facebook page!
 
 4.   The Calling
11-12, 18-19 January
Information and Cultural Exchange, Western Sydney tour
Sydneyfestival.org.au/calling
This involves jumping onto a bus and going on what they’re calling an inter-faith tour exploring religious architecture, sacred music and worship in Western Sydney. Selected mosques, temples and churches in Auburn, Granville and Parramatta will all be visited.
 
5.   Dido & Aeneas
16-17, 19-21 January
Sydney Lyric at The Star
sydneyfestival.org.au/dido
It would be hard to have not heard about this one already. Underwater. Opera. Need we say more?
 
6.   Festival Village
8-26 January, closed Mondays
Sydneyfestival.org.au/village
Sydneyfestival.org.au/sacrilege
FREE
This is one for the families. The middle of Hyde Park will be transformed with food stalls, tunes, free events. And Sacrilege, a life size bouncy inflatable version of Stonehenge will be there too. Created by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller, this is a kids friendly meeting of art and history. And the best part? It’s not just for the kids. We’ll see you there.
 
 7.   The Serpent’s Table
24-27 January

Carriageworks Bay 20
Sydneyfestival.org.au/table
This is for all of the foodies out there. Combining storytelling, installation, and of course- great food, five Asian-Australians share their recipes and more.

 
 8.   Parra Opening Party
10 January
Parramatta city, streets and parks
FREE
It’ll be a family friendly summer night full of food, street theatre, music and fun. There will be a street parade, Boxwars, Californian jazz, blues and more at the Festival Club, with Prince Alfred Park transforming into music central as the sun sets. And make sure you see the Rubber Duck – because it’s back and heading down Parramatta River this time. Leaving the car at home is recommended for this one.
 
 9.   Limbo
9-26 January
The Spiegeltent, Hyde Park
Sydneyfestival.org.au/limbo
This is a naughty one – so leave the kids at home. It’s like a circus meets cabaret that’s on steroids. It’s jam-packed full of dirty, dangerous, jaw-dropping contortion, acrobatics, stunts and illusions, with live tunes. Sounds impossible to be bored during this one!
 
10.     Paradiso at Town Hall
16-25 January
Sydneyfestival.org.au/paradiso
And now one for the party animals! Sydney Town Hall will be transformed into a live music venue, named after the legendary Amsterdam rock venue. There’s a terrace bar (doors open at 5.30pm), and snacks to go with the beats.
 
Keep your eyes peeled for Sydney Festival interviews and more in the Sydney December (2) newspaper!
 

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