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Best of the week: What to see, hear and do in Sydney from July 12-18

La Belle Epoque is screening as part of the French Film Festival.

La Belle Epoque is screening as part of the French Film Festival.

SUNDAY, JULY 12

MARKETS The Rocks Markets are now back, so weekend shoppers can pick up everything from steampunk jewellery to handcrafted stationery to upcycled bags. The child-friendly bazaar also boasts face painting, hopscotch and even snow machines for some wintry fun. 9am-5pm, The Rocks Markets, George Street, The Rocks, free, therocks.com

MONDAY, JULY 13

ART Head On Photo Festival presents the first in a series of open-air photographic exhibitions with displays from six photographers delving into climate change and its impact on nature (until July 26). Daily, Bondi Beach Promenade, Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach, free, headon.com.au/hub/bondibeach

TUESDAY, JULY 14

FILM Celebrate Bastille Day with the rescheduled Alliance Francaise French Film Festival (until August 4). Opening night film La Belle Epoque (rated M) screens at Palace Norton Street, Palace Verona and Palace Central cinemas with The Hollywood Reporter calling writer-director Nicolas Bedos’ comedy a “thoroughly entertaining big-screen French farce”. 7pm, various locations, $22, affrenchfilmfestival.org

WEDNESDAY, JULY 15

ART Live digital event PACT House: Collective Trace features new works from artists Manisha Anjali, JD Reforma, Kris Savic and Akil Ahamat with participants able to engage in Zoom portraiture and other immersive pieces. 6-8pm, free (bookings essential), pact.net.au

THURSDAY, JULY 16

BOOKS At free online event David Mitchell: Utopia Avenue catch a pre-recorded interview with the English novelist as he discusses his latest book focused on a band making it big during the swinging 1960s. 7pm, free, swf.org.au

FRIDAY, JULY 17

COMEDY Funnyman Akmal Saleh has already sold out one earlier show, but tickets are still available to the late-night encore performance of Akmal – Live!! where fans can laugh along at some socially distanced stand-up. 11pm, The Vanguard, 42 King Street, Newtown, $49.90, thevanguard.com.au

SATURDAY, JULY 18

MUSIC Sydney Improvised Music Association’s Jazz: NOW concert series has been rebooted as a digital program. Today enjoy an online pre-recorded gig from the Fabulous Botting Flower as vocalist Jo Fabro, guitarist Aaron Flower and bassist Max Alduca serve up a blend of jazz, blues and soul. 8pm, $13.05, sima.org.au

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