The Planner: your help guide to your week through the Biennale to Bonnyrigg

By John Buckley

Art – Biennale of Sydney

Portrait of Ibrahim Mahama together with his artwork ’No buddy however the Mountains’, 2012-2020 at Cockatoo Island in Sydney which can be an element of the Biennale that is 22nd of. Credit: Nic Walker

A smorgasbord of reasons to get to each of its six sites this year as we settle into art month, Sydney’s 22nd annual Biennale offers. En Titled NIRIN, this year’s exhibition will play host into the ongoing works in excess of 100 designers from 41 countries. The event will sprawl the lands of Cockatoo Island, the memorial of NSW, the Museum of modern Art, Campbelltown Arts Centre, the National Art class and Artspace. From today you can easily subscribe to anything from guided site trips, to musician speaks from performers Karla Dickens and Emily Karaka, and real time performances by people in Tennant Creek Brio and Taqralik Partridge. Make sure to wear a comfy set of footwear and, perhaps, even begin the day at Woolloomooloo’s Artspace for an introduction to your themes and methods regarding the work with show this season. March 14-June 8, numerous internet web sites, free, subscribe at biennaleofsydney. Art

Family – St. Patricks Parade & Festival day

The St Patrick’s Parade with official town crier Graham Keating in Sydney in 2014 day. Credit: Edwina Pickles

Sydney’s CBD will tomorrow transform into a green revolution of real time music, Irish dance, language classes and Guinness. Whilst the old-fashioned St. Patricks Day parade will kick down at 11am, opportunities to indulge will emerge by the bucket load through the entire length of the afternoon, following the event starts at noon. Families may have enjoyable too: you can find children’s arts and craft, and also child rhyme time at the children’s town into the Rocks. Celtic music fans will enjoy performances that are live the kind of Susan O’Neill, together with Bottlers. March 15, First Fleet Park, The Rocks, free,

Festival – MindBodySpirit Festival

Your head, Body, Spirit Festival is with this week-end. Credit: Getty Photos

This festival has brought together the best in health and wellness for more than 30 years. The MindBodySpirit that is biannual festival to Sydney on the weekend, also it’s free. With over 200 exhibitors, amazing quantities of meals, a Mindful Meditation Centre hosted by Brahma Kumaris, and a psychic reading space, this year’s offering looks to offer a relaxing antidote for busy Sydneysiders. March 12-15, ICC, free,

Coming Up – Dreamscape

WSO concert and violinist master, Maria Lindsay. Credit: Willoughby City Council

The following month, The Willoughby Symphony Orchestra (WSO) and Choir, led by conductor Anthony Pasquill, brings Dreamscape towards the Concourse at Chatswood. WSO violinist and concert master Maria Lindsay will reprise the Violin Concerto written on her by the belated Australian music symbol Tommy Tycho. It will feature work from WSO’s 2020 composer-in-residence, Alice potential, whoever Holy Dreaming is a thanksgiving for Rev. Lenore Parker, the first Aboriginal Australian to be ordained being a Deacon into the Anglican Church. 4, 7pm, $53, The Concourse, Chatswood, april

Away from Town – Effie in Love Me Tinder

Mary Coustas, aka Effie, wants to keep it “raw”.

Referred to as “everyone’s favourite gregarious Greek goddess”, Effie’s latest show, Effie in enjoy Me Tinder, is really a deep-dive to the studies, tribulations and tragedies of internet dating — particularly, on Tinder. Before this, Effie sold-out a nationwide trip of her 2018 run of Star Wogs, which accompanied her critically-acclaimed one-woman show, Effie the Virgin Bride. Wry, sharp and dry. March 27, Spiegeltent, Newcastle, $49,

Food – Sydney Vegan Market

Healthy vegan snacks being offered on the weekend. Credit: iStock