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Vos idées de sorties à Sydney (16 au 22 avril)

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Chaque semaine, le Courrier Australien vous déniche les meilleurs sorties et événements de la semaine à venir à Sydney. Festivals, concerts, expositions, cinéma, restos, bars ou balades : plus d’excuses pour rester chez vous !

  • Du 14 avril au 1 octobre : Real Bodies, The Exhibition

Untitled design (10)What are we made of? Where do we come from? Why are we here? Seen by millions worldwide, Real Bodies The Exhibition presents a stunning display of 20 real, perfectly preserved human bodies and over 200 anatomical specimens, inviting visitors of all ages to examine the human experience from the first breath to the last in a dramatic and moving display. Beyond the fascinating realities of the human physical form, Real Bodies The Exhibition also presents the historical, cultural, and emotional context of the human body—inspiring a sense of wonder and awe at the ways in which all humans experience their time on this earth. $19-$33, The Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park. More details here: realbodiesexhibition.com.au

  • Du 13 avril au 14 octobre : Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Untitled design (4)This world-renowned exhibition, on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, will open on 13 April 2018. 100 extraordinary images that celebrate the diversity of the natural world, from intimate animal portraits to astonishing wild landscapes. Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the most prestigious photography event of its kind, providing a global platform that showcases the natural world’s most astonishing and challenging sights for over 50 years. Australian National Maritime Museum, open daily, 9.30am–5pm. Book your tickets on eventbrite.com.au

  • Du 17 avril au 6 mai : Spanish Film Festival

Untitled design (6)Celebrating the culture and cinema of Spain and discover reel inspiración with the 21st Spanish Film Festival, which brings this year to Sydney 25 transporting films from all across Spain. The festival opens with the groovy comedy The Tribe, starring Paco León and Carmen Machi, following a “streetdancing” cleaning lady reunited with her long-lost son. Other highlights include No Filter, starring 2013 Festival Guest Maribel Verdú, It’s For Your Own Good starring Javier Cámara (beloved from Truman, SFF16) and the genre-hopping Abracadabra from the director of Blancanieves (Snow White 2012). Exclusively at Palace Cinemas, times and tickets on spanishfilmfestival.com

  • Jusqu’au dimanche 22 avril : La Bohème on Sydney Harbour

Untitled design (5)A candle sputters out in the Parisian night. Two hands meet in the dark and four friends’ lives are changed forever. La Bohème opens your soul to emotions too big for words. The music swells with love, soars in ecstasy, crackles with jealousy and cries with heartache. Experience the romance of the original bohemian love story at the magnificent Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour. With pop-up bars and restaurants on site, you’ll taste the best of Sydney in a single night out: food, fireworks, singing and spectacle under the stars. Every night Tuesday to Sunday, at Mrs Macquaries Chair. Buy your tickets on opera.org.au/whatson

  • Jusqu’au 6 mai : Cinema ’68

Untitled design (7)Pour les cinquante ans de l’année 1968, l’Art Gallery of New South Wales met à l’honneur dans sa nouvelle saison cinéma les révolutions sociales, politiques, culturelles et surtout cinématographiques enclenchées en 68. Baisers volés de Truffaut, Il était une fois dans l’Ouest de Sergio Leone, La Honte, du suédois Ingmar Bergman… Cette nouvelle saison ciné propose une programmation volontairement hétéroclite de dix films du monde entier, tous réalisés en 1968. A découvrir tous les mercredis et dimanches au Domain Theatre de l’Art Gallery du NSW, gratuitement (!). Le programme complet et les détails dans notre article ici.


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