Join Kino Sydney on the evening of Friday 2 May from 6pm at the Justice and Police Museum for Mayhem - a night of dangerous glamour and wicked indulgence.
As darkness falls on the city, travel with us back to the underworld of the 1920s Sydney and be entertained by mysterious illusionists, burlesque dancers, speak-easy musicians and fortune tellers.
Kino Sydney will be helping guests become the Buster Keaton or Greta Garbo of their generation as they make their own short, black-and-white silent films, inspired by the stories of Sydney's underworld in the 20s & 30s - with title cards, prop guns and fake blood galore.
After flexing your filmmaking muscle with us, spend some time in lock-up with a true-crime storyteller, have your mug shot taken in the charge room, design your own tattoo, or learn razor-sharp card tricks.
Bookings are essential. General $75 or Concessions/Members $65. Buy tickets here.