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Brisbane Music Festival: L’amour

Salvation Army Church Brisbane City 167 Ann St, Brisbane City
Masters of French mélodie feature in a collection of perfumed and sentimental songs of love. Since her arrival in Australia, American soprano Sofia Troncoso has taken the scene by storm with her honeyed soprano and compelling theatrical magnetism. PROGRAM Henri Duparc L’invitation du Voyage Henri Duparc Soupir Henri Duparc Phidyle Nadia Boulanger Cantique Nadia Boulanger Priere Francis Poulenc Sanglots from Banalités Gabriel…
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Shake and Stir: The Twits

Sydney Opera House Sydney
Adapted for the stage by shake & stir theatre co Roald Dahl’s gruesome twosome The Twits arrive on stage to delight and disgust, in equal measure. Proudly brought to you by multi-award-winning shake & stir theatre co. Mr and Mrs Twit are the nastiest couple you could ever hope (not) to meet. Both are…
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Queensland Ballet: Peter and the Wolf

Thomas Dixon Centre 406 Montague Rd, West End
Follow the courageous young scout Peter on an adventure of a lifetime in this symphonic fairytale ballet designed for families. Children, parents, and grandparents will enjoy a lesson in musical appreciation as orchestral instruments accompany the dancers in a reimagined telling of Peter’s trip to the zoo and the rascally…
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Brisbane City Youth Ballet: The Wizard of Oz

HOTA - Home of the Arts 135 Bundall Road, Surfers Paradise
Join Dorothy and Toto as they enter the magical world of Oz. Following the success of Brisbane City Youth Ballet 2021 HOTA season of The Snow Queen, BCYB transforms this well-known tale into a delightful ballet for all ages. Meet the Scarecrow, Tin Woman and Lion, but watch out for…
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Griffin Theatre Company: Golden Blood

Griffin Theatre Company 13 Craigend St, Darlinghurst
Golden Blood feels like a big-screen thriller, even though it’s got a cast of two. Playing out on the neon streets of Singapore, it desperately claws back the extreme wealth it once knew, holding a rusty machete between its teeth. Even crazier—it’s based on a true story. Originally slated for our…
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Impresario Productions: Peter Pan – The 360 Adventure

Hippodrome Melbourne Birrarung Marr, Melbourne
Peter Pan - The 360° Adventure is an Australian-first experience with over 5,000 square metres of high resolution digital scenic projections and Computer Generated Image (CGI) effects to create a spectacular technological backdrop to tell the much-loved Peter Pan story. The cast perform elaborate aerial feats against this backdrop to…
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RISING Festival: The Picture of Dorian Gray 

Arts Centre Melbourne Melbourne
Kip Williams’ dazzling adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s famous novel, starring Eryn Jean Norvill in all 26 roles, won five-star reviews from publications including Limelight when it opened in 2020 and promptly sold out, hence this return season. The use of live and pre-recorded video on an increasing number of screens is mind-blowingly…
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Global Creatures: Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Capitol Theatre, Sydney 13 Campbell St, Haymarket
Baz Luhrmann’s film comes to spectacular life in this eye-popping stage show, which takes the movie’s musical mash-ups to new heights. Produced by Australian company Global Creatures, it opened on Broadway in 2019 and won ten Tony Awards. The Australian production premiered in Melbourne last November to rapturous reviews, with…
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Queensland Ballet: Peter and the Wolf

Thomas Dixon Centre 406 Montague Rd, West End
Follow the courageous young scout Peter on an adventure of a lifetime in this symphonic fairytale ballet designed for families. Children, parents, and grandparents will enjoy a lesson in musical appreciation as orchestral instruments accompany the dancers in a reimagined telling of Peter’s trip to the zoo and the rascally…
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Sydney Theatre Company: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

Roslyn Packer Theatre 22 Hickson Rd, Sydney
When Anne Brontë’s The Tenant of Wildfell Hall was published in 1848, the story of Helen Graham, who arrives in the town of Lindenhope with a young son but no husband, so shocked English society that Brontë’s sister Charlotte (Jane Eyre) sought to prevent its republication. In her adaptation, playwright…
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Sydney Theatre Company: Top Coat

Wharf 1 Theatre Sydney
Michelle Law had a big hit with her play Single Asian Female, which played around the country. Now she makes her STC debut with a body-swap comedy called Top Coat. Winnie (Kimie Tsukakoshi) spends her days manicuring the nails of her demanding, mostly white clientele, including Kate (Amber McMahon). When…
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Queensland Theatre: Robyn Archer: An Australian Songbook

Queensland Theatre Brisbane
Robyn Archer — Australian legend, industry pioneer and provocateur — has delighted audiences around the world with her powerhouse shows. Singing songs from the underground cabarets of the Weimar Republic, the salons of 19th century France and the folk clubs and Broadway stages of New York City, Robyn has conjured…
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Melbourne Theatre Company: Come Rain or Come Shine

Southbank Theatre Southbank
The creative team behind Ladies in Black has joined forces to write a new musical based on Kazuo Ishiguro’s short story about music and friendship. Directed by Simon Phillips, with book by Carolyn Burns and original songs by Tim Finn, Come Rain or Come Shine centres on three people, two…
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Belvoir St Theatre: Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Class

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney
Jon's an award-winning writer, but it doesn't seem to have made him happy. His third marriage is going about as well as his first two, and his university job is mainly teaching ‘creative writing’ to the self-absorbed. But this year there’s one student who seems to be worth his attention.…
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West Australian Ballet: State

State Theatre Centre of WA Perth
Under the soft golden light of the State Theatre Centre, join us as the dancers of West Australian Ballet embody powerful artistic expression and new energies in this bold showcase of contemporary and neo-classical works.
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Darlinghurst Theatre Company: Once

Darlinghurst Theatre Company 39 Burton St, Darlinghurst, Sydney
This achingly beautiful smash-hit musical strikes an unforgettable chord Our breathtaking production of Once returns to make you fall in love all over again. ‘Guy meets Girl’ in this tender love story about a struggling Irish musician on the verge of giving up, and a piano-playing Czech immigrant who reminds…
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Opera Australia: Cinderella

Regent Theatre 191 Collins St, Melbourne
Written for television, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella attracted more than 100 million viewers when it screened in 1957, with Julie Andrews in the title role. It was adapted for Broadway in 2013 with a reworked book by Douglas Carter Beane, who brought a more modern take to the classic tale –…
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RISING Festival: The Picture of Dorian Gray 

Arts Centre Melbourne Melbourne
Kip Williams’ dazzling adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s famous novel, starring Eryn Jean Norvill in all 26 roles, won five-star reviews from publications including Limelight when it opened in 2020 and promptly sold out, hence this return season. The use of live and pre-recorded video on an increasing number of screens is mind-blowingly…
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Global Creatures: Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Capitol Theatre, Sydney 13 Campbell St, Haymarket
Baz Luhrmann’s film comes to spectacular life in this eye-popping stage show, which takes the movie’s musical mash-ups to new heights. Produced by Australian company Global Creatures, it opened on Broadway in 2019 and won ten Tony Awards. The Australian production premiered in Melbourne last November to rapturous reviews, with…
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Michael Cassel Group: Mary Poppins

Sydney Lyric Theatre 55 Pirrama Rd, Pyrmont
This delightful musical, produced by Cameron Mackintosh and Disney, was last seen in Australia in 2010, thrilling audiences as the much-loved nanny flew over the audience on her umbrella. Now, the show is back with Stefanie Jones (who played Rhonda in the tour of Muriel’s Wedding the Musical) as Mary…
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Australian Theatre for Young People: M.Rock

Pier 2/3 13 Hickson Rd, Dawes Point
Based on the true story of Mamy Rock, Tracey is 18 and a little impulsive. She’s meant to start a nursing degree in March, but right now she just wants to dance all night. So, she heads off on a European holiday (remember those?), clutching the lucky rabbit’s foot her…
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Hayes Theatre Co: Bonnie and Clyde

Hayes Theatre Co 19 Greenknowe Avenue, Elizabeth Bay
At the height of the Great Depression, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow went from two small-town nobodies in West Texas to America’s most renowned folk heroes and Texas law enforcement’s worst nightmares. Fearless, shameless and alluring, the Tony-nominated Bonnie & Clyde, from the legendary Frank Wildhorn (Jekyll & Hyde, Civil War, Dracula) is the…
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Michael Cassel Group: Hamilton

Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne 219 Exhibition St, Melbourne
Fresh from winning Best Musical and two performance awards (Lyndon Watts and Marty Alix) at the Sydney Theatre Awards, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s revolutionary musical about American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton arrives in Melbourne. Featuring an ethnically diverse cast, it proved a sensation when it opened on Broadway in 2015 and won…

Brisbane Music Festival: Motions

Salvation Army Church Brisbane City 167 Ann St, Brisbane City
Brisbane Music Festival presents... (Mainstage Series) From Brahms’ deeply lyrical Op. 120 to the jagged virtuosity of Widmann and Likhuta, Paul Dean promises to captivate in this recital which also features a scintillating original work. Paul Dean | Clarinet Alex Raineri | Piano Dean Miniatures (World Premiere) Brahms Sonata in…
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Louise Withers, Michael Coppel & Linda Berwick: Six The Musical

Comedy Theatre 240 Exhibition St,, Melbourne
After hitting the Australian stage in January 2020, before COVID hit, the sassy, kick-ass show is now touring. Written by Cambridge University graduates Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow, SIX features the six wives of Henry VIII, who have had enough of only being known for their fate, so are remixing their history…
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Darkfield: Eulogy

Darkfield, Melbourne 138 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
The highly acclaimed multi-sensory series, Darkfield, is making its long-awaited return to Melbourne from 26 May, where all four of its shipping container experiences – Séance, Flight, Coma and Eulogy – will engulf audiences in complete darkness and challenge their grasp on reality. Eulogy is a communal experience which uses…
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Darkfield: Seance

Darkfield, Melbourne 138 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
The highly acclaimed multi-sensory series, DARKFIELD, is making its long-awaited return to Melbourne from 26 May, where all four of its shipping container experiences - SÉANCE, FLIGHT, COMA and EULOGY - will engulf audiences in complete darkness and challenge their grasp on reality. Playing at 138 Little Bourke St., Melbourne,…
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Darkfield: Coma

Darkfield, Melbourne 138 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
The highly acclaimed multi-sensory series, Darkfield, is making its long-awaited return to Melbourne from 26 May, where all four of its shipping container experiences – Séance, Flight, Coma and Eulogy – will engulf audiences in complete darkness and challenge their grasp on reality. In Coma, audience members lie down in…
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Darkfield: Flight

Darkfield, Melbourne 138 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
The highly acclaimed multi-sensory series, Darkfield, is making its long-awaited return to Melbourne from 26 May, where all four of its shipping container experiences – Séance, Flight, Coma and Eulogy – will engulf audiences in complete darkness and challenge their grasp on reality. The Flight shipping container has had the…
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Ensemble Theatre: A Doll’s House

Ensemble Theatre Sydney
To the world, Nora Helmer has it all. A well-respected husband, an immaculate home and three darling children. But underneath the façade of a confident modern woman juggling her life, lies a secret. Or two. When an old ghost comes knocking on the Helmer’s door, their seemingly solid marriage is…
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Artsite Contemporary: Ngura Kulintjaku | Solo Exhibition | Kathryn Queama (Maruku Arts)

Artsite Contemporary 165-167 Salisbury Road, Camperdown
Kathryn Queama is Minyma Anangu, a Pitjantjatjara woman from Australia’s Central Desert. Ngurua kulintjaku (Understanding Country) is Queama’s first solo exhibition at Artsite Contemporary. An established Punu artist, Queama has been exhibited across Australia as well as in New York City, Venice, and Dakar. Taught by her mother-in-law – Nyinku…
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Impresario Productions: Peter Pan – The 360 Adventure

Hippodrome Melbourne Birrarung Marr, Melbourne
Peter Pan - The 360° Adventure is an Australian-first experience with over 5,000 square metres of high resolution digital scenic projections and Computer Generated Image (CGI) effects to create a spectacular technological backdrop to tell the much-loved Peter Pan story. The cast perform elaborate aerial feats against this backdrop to…
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Queensland Ballet: Peter and the Wolf

Thomas Dixon Centre 406 Montague Rd, West End
Follow the courageous young scout Peter on an adventure of a lifetime in this symphonic fairytale ballet designed for families. Children, parents, and grandparents will enjoy a lesson in musical appreciation as orchestral instruments accompany the dancers in a reimagined telling of Peter’s trip to the zoo and the rascally…
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Endangered Productions: Peer Gynt

Paddington RSL 200 Oxford Street, Paddington
Peer Gynt, Endangered Productions next offering, is finally on its way to Sydney. We're excited to be performing in the iconic Paddo RSL - the home of INXS, Midnight Oil, Rose Tattoo, Boom Crash Opera and Bob Downe. Henrik Ibsen’s folk tale about the notorious braggart is startlingly relevant for…

Omega Ensemble: Omega Ensemble: Refractions

Newcastle City Hall Concert Hall Newcastle
One of the most prolific and popular composers of the past century, Philip Glass’ music has spanned concert works for major orchestras and ensembles around the world, Academy Award-nominated film scores (The Hours, The Truman Show) and touring with his genre defying namesake, the Philip Glass Ensemble. In this premiere…
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Griffin Theatre Company: Golden Blood

Griffin Theatre Company 13 Craigend St, Darlinghurst
Golden Blood feels like a big-screen thriller, even though it’s got a cast of two. Playing out on the neon streets of Singapore, it desperately claws back the extreme wealth it once knew, holding a rusty machete between its teeth. Even crazier—it’s based on a true story. Originally slated for our…
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Festival of Voices: Singalong Musicals

Hobart Town Hall 50 Macquarie St, Hobart
Australia’s premiere celebration of the voice is set to roar into life in Tasmania, with a range of events across genres including choral, contemporary and cabaret. More than just a series of concerts, the festival is also an educational and participatory opportunity, welcoming all who wish to sing and spend…
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Genesian Theatre: Hercule Poirot’s First Case

Genesian Theatre 420 Kent st, Sydney
Who poisoned the wealthy Emily Inglethorp, and how did the murderer penetrate and escape from her locked bedroom? The brilliant Belgian detective Hercule Poirot makes his unforgettable debut in Jon Jory's dynamic adaptation of Agatha Christie's first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles. This new adaptation visits 30 locations in…
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West Australian Symphony Orchestra: The Lark Ascending

Perth Concert Hall 5 St Georges Terrace, Perth
Ever winging up and up, our valley is his golden cup. Few pieces of music effortlessly move you and this weaving Lark soars even higher when performed by Emma McGrath. In a concert of gleaming elegance, the works of Pépin, Vaughan Williams and Saint-Saëns dance into your heart, making way…
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Melbourne Theatre Company: Come Rain or Come Shine

Southbank Theatre Southbank
The creative team behind Ladies in Black has joined forces to write a new musical based on Kazuo Ishiguro’s short story about music and friendship. Directed by Simon Phillips, with book by Carolyn Burns and original songs by Tim Finn, Come Rain or Come Shine centres on three people, two…
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Belvoir St Theatre: Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Class

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney
Jon's an award-winning writer, but it doesn't seem to have made him happy. His third marriage is going about as well as his first two, and his university job is mainly teaching ‘creative writing’ to the self-absorbed. But this year there’s one student who seems to be worth his attention.…
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West Australian Ballet: State

State Theatre Centre of WA Perth
Under the soft golden light of the State Theatre Centre, join us as the dancers of West Australian Ballet embody powerful artistic expression and new energies in this bold showcase of contemporary and neo-classical works.
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Michael Cassel Group: Hamilton

Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne 219 Exhibition St, Melbourne
Fresh from winning Best Musical and two performance awards (Lyndon Watts and Marty Alix) at the Sydney Theatre Awards, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s revolutionary musical about American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton arrives in Melbourne. Featuring an ethnically diverse cast, it proved a sensation when it opened on Broadway in 2015 and won…
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Sydney Theatre Company: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

Roslyn Packer Theatre 22 Hickson Rd, Sydney
When Anne Brontë’s The Tenant of Wildfell Hall was published in 1848, the story of Helen Graham, who arrives in the town of Lindenhope with a young son but no husband, so shocked English society that Brontë’s sister Charlotte (Jane Eyre) sought to prevent its republication. In her adaptation, playwright…
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Sydney Theatre Company: Top Coat

Wharf 1 Theatre Sydney
Michelle Law had a big hit with her play Single Asian Female, which played around the country. Now she makes her STC debut with a body-swap comedy called Top Coat. Winnie (Kimie Tsukakoshi) spends her days manicuring the nails of her demanding, mostly white clientele, including Kate (Amber McMahon). When…
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Bangarra: SandSong

Sydney Opera House Sydney
This new work choreographed by Stephen Page and Frances Rings tells the story of the Walmajarri people from the Kimberley region of Western Australia, who between the 1920s and 60s were removed and forced into hard labour on pastoral stations. This is the Country of Wangkajunga woman Ningali Josie Lawford-Wolf…
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Opera Australia: Cinderella

Regent Theatre 191 Collins St, Melbourne
Written for television, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella attracted more than 100 million viewers when it screened in 1957, with Julie Andrews in the title role. It was adapted for Broadway in 2013 with a reworked book by Douglas Carter Beane, who brought a more modern take to the classic tale –…

: Steven Isserlis and Connie Shih

The Concourse, Chatswood 409 Victoria Av, Chatswood
Internationally renowned cellist Steven Isserlis and multi-award winning pianist Connie Shih, will delight audiences this July as they return to Australia with a captivating all-Beethoven program. Join us for this energetic and profound display of musical mastery, in what is sure to be one of the classical highlights of the…
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RISING Festival: The Picture of Dorian Gray 

Arts Centre Melbourne Melbourne
Kip Williams’ dazzling adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s famous novel, starring Eryn Jean Norvill in all 26 roles, won five-star reviews from publications including Limelight when it opened in 2020 and promptly sold out, hence this return season. The use of live and pre-recorded video on an increasing number of screens is mind-blowingly…
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Global Creatures: Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Capitol Theatre, Sydney 13 Campbell St, Haymarket
Baz Luhrmann’s film comes to spectacular life in this eye-popping stage show, which takes the movie’s musical mash-ups to new heights. Produced by Australian company Global Creatures, it opened on Broadway in 2019 and won ten Tony Awards. The Australian production premiered in Melbourne last November to rapturous reviews, with…
Editor's Choice Recurring

Louise Withers, Michael Coppel & Linda Berwick: Six The Musical

Comedy Theatre 240 Exhibition St,, Melbourne
After hitting the Australian stage in January 2020, before COVID hit, the sassy, kick-ass show is now touring. Written by Cambridge University graduates Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow, SIX features the six wives of Henry VIII, who have had enough of only being known for their fate, so are remixing their history…
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Michael Cassel Group: Mary Poppins

Sydney Lyric Theatre 55 Pirrama Rd, Pyrmont
This delightful musical, produced by Cameron Mackintosh and Disney, was last seen in Australia in 2010, thrilling audiences as the much-loved nanny flew over the audience on her umbrella. Now, the show is back with Stefanie Jones (who played Rhonda in the tour of Muriel’s Wedding the Musical) as Mary…
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AKANNA Entertainment: Spending Time with Sondheim

Downstairs at The Maj 825 Hay Street, Perth
Petrina Bishop's love affair with the great composer Sondheim has been going on for years! Singing his standards in the supper clubs of Sydney, Melbourne and beyond they have had great musical conversations! Petrina has always been at home with Sondheim, loving the challenge, appreciating and understanding the eclectic panache,…
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Bell Shakespeare: The Comedy of Errors

Orange Civic Theatre 135 Byng Street, Orange
The Comedy of Errors is a hilarious romp of swapped identities, misguided love, mistaken imprisonment and chaotic mishaps, leading to an unbelievably crazy day for bumbling twins. At the heart of this tale of comedic misfortune is an old man searching for his lost children. He finds himself in a hostile…
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Festival of Voices: The Gospel According to Marcia

Theatre Royal, Hobart 29 Campbell Street, Hobart
Australia’s premiere celebration of the voice is set to roar into life in Tasmania, with a range of events across genres including choral, contemporary and cabaret. More than just a series of concerts, the festival is also an educational and participatory opportunity, welcoming all who wish to sing and spend…
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Australian Theatre for Young People: M.Rock

Pier 2/3 13 Hickson Rd, Dawes Point
Based on the true story of Mamy Rock, Tracey is 18 and a little impulsive. She’s meant to start a nursing degree in March, but right now she just wants to dance all night. So, she heads off on a European holiday (remember those?), clutching the lucky rabbit’s foot her…
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Hayes Theatre Co: Bonnie and Clyde

Hayes Theatre Co 19 Greenknowe Avenue, Elizabeth Bay
At the height of the Great Depression, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow went from two small-town nobodies in West Texas to America’s most renowned folk heroes and Texas law enforcement’s worst nightmares. Fearless, shameless and alluring, the Tony-nominated Bonnie & Clyde, from the legendary Frank Wildhorn (Jekyll & Hyde, Civil War, Dracula) is the…

Seymour Centre: Seymour Nights: Eliza Shephard & Runa Cara

Seymour Centre Chippendale
Seymour Centre's contemporary music program, Seymour Nights, returns for a second season with live performances from some of the most vibrant voices and ensembles in Australian music. On July 2nd, Seymour Nights presents Eliza Shephard and Runa Cara. Melbourne's flute goddess, Eliza Shephard, presents an eclectic and spellbinding collection of…
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Sydney Opera House: Bigger & Blacker – Steven Oliver’s Life in Cabaret

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Bigger & Blacker is a comedy cabaret guaranteed to get you laughing, thinking and shimmying in your chair. Oliver’s ability to entertain while bearing his soul is the mark of a true cabaret artist. In this candid nod and a no-holds-barred ode to his personal journey, he creatively and expertly…
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Ensemble Theatre: A Doll’s House

Ensemble Theatre Sydney
To the world, Nora Helmer has it all. A well-respected husband, an immaculate home and three darling children. But underneath the façade of a confident modern woman juggling her life, lies a secret. Or two. When an old ghost comes knocking on the Helmer’s door, their seemingly solid marriage is…

Adelaide Symphony Orchestra: Epic

Elder Hall Adelaide
This magnificent concert—rich in beauty and compelling musical story-telling—begins with Haunted Hills, a towering achievement from one of Australia’s major composers. The beauty and grace of Jennifer Higdon’s Oboe Concerto is incredibly captivating, and the First Symphony by Grace Williams—the first ever created by a Welsh composer—is an astonishing re-discovery: it’s…
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Joining the Dots Theatre Company: Relativity

In 1902, Albert and Mileva Einstein had a daughter. After 1904, the child was never seen or spoken of again. Many years have passed and now a reporter has come to interview Einstein about his mysterious family history, only to discover far more secrets under the surface. As the reporter…

Brisbane Festival: Old World Meets the New

Salvation Army Church Brisbane City 167 Ann St, Brisbane City
Weaving a captivating dialogue between the old world and the new, AD Alex Raineri takes to the stage for a solo recital of works that, in their own unique ways, hearken to poetic + stylistic sensibilities of bygone times.

Brisbane Music Festival: Old World Meets The New

Salvation Army Church Brisbane City 167 Ann St, Brisbane City
Brisbane Music Festival presents... (Up Late Series) Weaving a captivating dialogue between the old world and the new, AD Alex Raineri takes to the stage for a solo recital of works that, in their own unique ways, hearken to poetic + stylistic sensibilities of bygone times. Alex Raineri | Piano…
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National Theatre at Home: Treasure Island

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It’s a dark, stormy night. The stars are out. Jim, the inn-keeper's granddaughter, opens the door to a terrifying stranger. At the old sailor’s feet sits a huge sea-chest, full of secrets. Jim invites him in – and her dangerous voyage begins. Patsy Ferran is Jim and Arthur Darvill is…
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Festival of Voices: Classical Choral Workshop

Hobart Town Hall 50 Macquarie St, Hobart
Australia’s premiere celebration of the voice is set to roar into life in Tasmania, with a range of events across genres including choral, contemporary and cabaret. More than just a series of concerts, the festival is also an educational and participatory opportunity, welcoming all who wish to sing and spend…