After Dark at the Hyde Park Barracks
Time Out says
The UNESCO-listed site will transform into a night-time playground once every month
Once the sun goes down, the party kicks off at the Hyde Park Barracks. Once a month, for the duration of 2021, the heritage site in the middle of the lush, green surrounds of Hyde Park will transform into a cultural hub with live beats, a pop-up bar and food offerings as part of Sydney Living Museums' After Dark series.
After Dark is part of the NSW Government's Up Late initiative that sees cultural institutions throwing open their doors well into the evening. On Thursday 27 May, Red Room Poetry takes over the site with a series of special guest poetry performances and workshops by Winnie Dunn, Jazz Money, Mohammad Awad, Troy Wong, and Jacqui Malins. Immerse yourself in Fiona Hall’s installation Who goes here? and listen to music curated by FBi Radio including Kobie Dee, Liyah Knight and DJ sets by Latifa Tee.
An Archie Rose gin pop-up bar will be serving up their botanical flavoured canned cocktails and you'll get to purchase food provided by OzHarvest all night. Plus, a ticket to the event gets you complimentary museum entry so you can explore the immersive experience for free on the night.
Tickets are $25 per person. Book online. Save the date for a future event on June 24.