Sydney’s Entertainment Quarter has pretty much everything you could possibly want to satisfy your entertainment needs.
You can shop at the Village Markets, grab something to eat from an array of restaurants, see a movie, catch some live comedy or if you just want to have a drink and hang out with your friends, then EQ is the place to do it.
Fox Studios Australia opened in May 1998. Since then, Sydneysiders have become used to having US movie stars in their city; some, such as Keanu Reeves and Kate Bosworth, have become regular visitors. Regrettably, Australia’s first (and only) Hollywood-style film studios are not open to the public any more, even for tours. What the public gets instead is the super-slick Entertainment Quarter complex, with cinemas, shops, a barrage of eateries and some huge entertainment spaces. There’s a weekend crafts market and a farmers’ market on Wednesdays and Saturdays (both open 10am-4pm). Kids will have a ball at the two state-of-the-art playgrounds, seasonal ice-rink, ten-pin bowling centre, crazy golf course and the popular Bungy Trampoline. The Hi Fi music venue is also found here.
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Real Bodies: The Exhibition
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The Merchant of Venice
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The Comedy of Errors
Pop-up Globe is a replica of the Globe Theatre of 1614, built to the exact specifications of the Bard and his players. This is how the most popular plays in the world were born and staged: with natural light and unplugged sound, a standing audience of...Drama Until Sunday November 4 2018