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Browse through our picks for what’s on in Sydney this long weekend and beyond, including concerts, cinema and parties.  The Haus of Karma is taking over the Imperial’s basement as part of Volume II of the new Pink Friday series of events. Spearheaded by Sydney queen Karma and her friends Miss Andry and London Bridge, the three will bring various drag shows before the DJs take the stage and keep the good vibes spinning. Pink Friday is a safe space for all queer people with free admission for First Nations people.

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