Saturday, 16 January 2016

Sydney Festival 2016

I made a rather flying 24 hours visit to Sydney this week. Saw the absolutely fantastic stage adaptation of Jasper Jones at Belvoir Street last night (further gushing here). For those unlucky enough not to be able to see it, then read the book as soon as you can, and there is a movie version coming later this year.

Today we went to the Hyde Park Sydney Festival hub. And participated in a very fun event. Dance Your Hyde Off with Guru Hudu. SO much fun.


Guru Hudu from Melbourne
And soon we were on a silent disco walking tour of Hyde Park. 




I've never thought about the Archibald Fountain
as a disco icon before,
but clearly it is

It was so fun, and even more fun to watch the reactions of other festival goers.



I liberated three books from the Library on the Lawn.


I've never made it to the Speigeltent though. Maybe next year.


And then we went to Bodhi for Vegan Yum Cha.





But you can't live on vegan yum cha alone, so it was back to Hyde Park for Gelato Messina.

Messina Weiner

My fun times at Sydney Festival 2015.

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8 comments:

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Oh, I would love to go to a festival like that! I haven't seen anything like it here. The library on the lawn looks delightful.

Thanks for sharing, and for visiting my blog.

grammajudyb said...

What fun you had at the festival. Thanks for sharing the fun, the people and the food!

Joy said...

That looks like a fun festival -- especially the silent disco!

Paulita said...

This looks like a blast. Good for you for joining in.

Allison said...

Sounds like a whirlwind of a festival! Congrats on the books you acquired. The food all looks delicious. Any plans to return?

Lady In Read said...

this is such a fun festival.. the colors, the food, the .. well everything:)

whisperinggums.com said...

Great write-up Louise ... sounds like a great time, the Festival and the food.

Melinda Ott said...

I think a silent disco tour is one of the coolest things I've ever heard of!