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What's on in Sydney: 20 things to hear, see and do this weekend

Olivia Cooke as Rachel and Thomas Mann as Greg in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.

From new films Me and Earl and the Dying Girl and Straight Outta Compton to music with Dave Graney and the Whitlams and Fringe Festival comedy, we have your weekend covered.

What's on: your entertainment guide to what's hot in Sydney from August 30

Cool family-friendly festival Dress Up Attack! returns on September 12.

Nicole Elphick Fashion labels show their latest looks, spring is in the air at the Joseph Banks Reserve, and a Melbourne dream band shares its blissful sound.

Mornington's charms include a cracker gallery, beaches, great food and a brewery

Richard Cornish Whether you delight in the sights, fill up on the fare or bask at the beaches, Mornington is a must.

Retail therapy: Scally and Trombone has new digs on Gertrude Street

Get ahead in a hat from Scally and Trombone, Gertrude St, Fitzroy.

Justine Costigan Where do you head to in Melbourne if you need a fabulous hat?

What's on in Sydney: 20 things to hear, see and do this weekend

John Oliver

From comedy with John Oliver, Kitty Flanagan and Wil Anderson to music with Oh Mercy and movies with Holding the Man, we have your weekend covered.

Plotlines: MPavilion, food sovereignty and the science behind plants

Megan Backhouse The politics and science of gardening, and how Paul Bangay is making this year's MPavilion blooming good.

P.A.M. opens new store that resembles a gallery in Melbourne's Curtin House

The new P.A.M. store in Melbourne is so cool it's frozen.

Michael Harry It doesn't get much more 'Totes Malbs' (very Melbourne) than ascending the stairs of Curtin House to discover this so-cool-it's-frozen fashion boutique.

What's on in Sydney this weekend: 20 things to hear, see and do

From Shakespeare's The Tempest to comedy with Dave Hughes and Dylan Moran and music with Hiatus Kaiyote, we have your weekend covered.

What's on in Sydney this weekend: 20 things to hear, see and do

French drama <i>Girlhood</i> is screening in selected cinemas this weekend.

From great films Iris and Girlhood to music with Miami Horror, the Netball World Cup and a dog show, we have your weekend covered.

Photo exhibition puts faces to rural food producers

Paul West, host of River Cottage Australia, says supermarket shoppers should  think more about where their food comes from.

Monique Butterworth The Honesty Box Exhibition is a photographic tribute to the hard-working people in rural areas who produce our food.

What's on in Sydney: 20 things to hear, see and do this weekend

Miami Horror

From the fantastic documentary Iris to music from Miami Horror and a dog lovers show, we have your weekend covered.

What's on: your Sunday-to-Sunday guide to Sydney events from August 9

Dogged devotion at the Dog Lovers Show.

Nicole Elphick The best in arts, music, performance and events.

What's on in Sydney this weekend: 20 things to hear, see and do

Amy Schumer and Bill Hader hook up in the comedy <i>Trainwreck</i>. But is casual sex a laughing matter?

From jazz with Megan Washington to a film festival with David Stratton and a Trainwreck with Amy Schumer, we have your weekend covered.

Meet Little Sea: The Aussie band emerging from the screen ready for stardom

Singer Andy Butler in the studio.

Candice Barnes While some are quick to dismiss Gen Y as lazy or selfish, a few moments in a room with Sydney band Little Sea is enough to know these guys have their heads screwed on right.

WAtoday Roy Orbison and The Everly Brothers competition terms and conditions

Dean Bourne will bring the hits of Roy Orbison to life in a two-hour show.

Fairfax Media Australia and New Zealand Pty Ltd WAtoday.com.au ROY ORBISON AND THE EVERLY BROTHERS competition terms and conditions.

Southbound 2016: Lineup announced for Busselton music festival

This lot are pretty pumped for Southbound.

The bands providing the tunes for the 12th annual Southbound festival, which will be a three-day event, have just been announced.

Cirque du Soleil's Totem, and a human mirror ball, shine in Perth

A performer defies gravity in Cirque du Soleil’s Totem.

Candice Barnes The opening night of a Cirque du Soleil show is usually the hottest ticket in town and judging by the throng of sports stars, models, radio hosts and reality TV stars on Friday night, nobody turned...

Keeping an eye on the kids: how social media is reshaping the family home

A double-sided fireplace transforms kitchen and garden in Local House by Make Architecture.

Ray Edgar Parental anxiety is feeding a new approach to domestic architecture.