Rolling along with Sydney city’s creativity-bender, Jurassic Lounge is continuing to grow and is still pegged as the place to be for city-dwellers on a Tuesday night. The relatively young concept night delivers something different and fun every week at the gorgeous Australian Museum, and as part of the ‘season finale’ event the organisers have teamed up with Sydney Comedy Festival, giving us our fair share of arts, crafts, and laughs.
Jurassic Lounge presents its Chinese New Year night with an array of events including lantern making, Kung Fu performances with Khan Trieu, Snake Burlesque with Diesel Darling and Live musical performances with Microwave Jenny and Midnight Pool Party.
Jurassic Lounge returns for another season of burlesque, comedy, trivia, fun and games in the Australian Museum on Tuesday Nights. Photos from opening night courtesy of Sarina Brady.
Walking into the Australian Museum on a Tuesday evening, you wouldn’t expect to discover three levels bustling with people. You also wouldn’t expect to find bars, video games, bands, burlesque, table tennis and a variety of other activities and sections that make up the amazingly eclectic and undeniably brilliant event that is Jurassic Lounge.
The final night of Jurassic Lounge for this year ended with an exciting lineup of burlesque, Halloween costume making, live art and much more. Follow Jurassic Lounge at www.jurassiclounge.com and be prepared for another round of Jurassic Lounge next year in February.
On Tuesday night, as part of the City of Sydney's Chinese New Year celebrations, Jurassic Lounge at the Australian Museum opened its doors for its anticipated third season. As always, there was a little something for everyone: from silent disco, to guitar hero, to projections, live comedy and music from bands like Yeo and Camden.
Fresh from winning the FBi SMAC ‘Remix the City’ Award for 2011, Jurassic Lounge is back in 2012 with another summer season of after-hours events at the Australian Museum in Sydney.
Sydney’s favourite after-dark cultural event, Jurassic Lounge, is drawing to a close with just two sessions remaining for the 2011 season. A stellar line-up of performers and entertainers has been confirmed for the final two weeks, promising to see the season finish with a bang!
Jurassic Lounge, at the Australian Museum, has announced a stellar new line-up of acts as part of the highly anticipated winter season launching on August 2, 2011.
Kicking off opening night will be Evil J and Saint Cecillia, a blend of country / pop fusion that layers gothic harmonies over drum loops followed by the fresh sounds from blues / industrial / pop duo, Woe and Sorrow.