October 10, 2016

Hold onto your chef hats and tap shoes as we dive into Sydney’s October entertainment highlights.

Disney classic set to fly onto the Chatswood Stage from 15- 30 October. The supercalifragilisticexpialidocious musical, Mary Poppins debuts at Willoughby Theatre Company. The Concourse in Chatswood is the cultural home to a dynamic range of live arts and entertainment in the North shore. Tickets on sale now via Ticketek

Who doesn’t love when the red carpet is rolled out and the smell of crispy buttery popcorn fills the air. The 2016 Willoughby Shorts Film Festival arrives at the Urban Screen on The Concourse. Enjoy an evening of Sydney’s fastest growing student (12-25 years) film festival nationwide. We encourage you to bring your picnic rugs, snacks and blanket and watch from the grassy noll. To book for the 28 October, call 02 9777 1029 or email Bernard.lau@willoughby.nsw.gov.au

Designed for weekend breaks with friends and families who want the comfort of being in a home. The Sebel Chatswood is the perfect spot if you are heading in to the city. Only a 20 minute train ride from Chatswood station you can discover more of Sydney’s entertainment hub.

With Australia’s largest food festival this month, food lover in Sydney will get to taste an extraordinary culinary scene. Signature events include the Night Noodle Market in Hyde Park, to showcase evening with renowned chefs and hands-on cooking classes and tours. Visit www.goodfoodmonth.com

Bathers Pavilion is offering legendary wines with on of Sydney’s most legendary chefs, Serge Dansereau. To recreate some of his most famous dishes matched with vintage Yalumba wine from the vault. 6.30pm, 20 October, six-course meal $175. Bookings essential 02 9969 5050

The Night Noodle Markets brings in a Asian hawker-style dining to Hyde Park till the 25 October. An experience complete with big flavours from Mr Bao, Mamak, Din Tai Fung, Harajuku Gyoza, House of Crabs. Including desserts from Black Star Pastry x N2 Extreme Glato, Nutie Donuts, Waffle on a Stick. Night-time events are exciting with dragon dancers as they illuminate the crowd in a sea of acrobatics, dance and lights.

This year, Good Food Month wraps up with unparalleled style, a unique picnic event, Spring Social. Walk the red carpet, mingle with old friends enjoying Pimms cocktails and croquet. Put on your Sunday best as this inaugural event is a festival highlight simply not to be missed. Book your tickets online via www.goodfoodmonth.com