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Sydney Festival: Accoustic Life of Boatsheds

Australian National Maritime Museum Darling Harbour, Darling Harbour, NSW
Now here’s a Sydney Harbour you won’t find on a postcard. The waterways west of the Bridge provide the backdrop for a unique maritime experience developed by the celebrated Tasmanian company Big hART. You’ll board one of Sydney’s historic Rosman ferries – along with a company of musicians, sound artists,…
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Sydney Festival: Jali

Seymour Centre Chippendale, NSW
Jali: noun: a West African historian, storyteller, praise singer, poet, or musician.    Refusing to be defined by a turbulent past, comedian and performer Oliver Twist reflects on his time as a refugee while carefully unpacking his present-day experiences. Delicately-told and impossible to forget, his one-person show proves that exceptional…
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Sydney Festival: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Sydney Opera House Sydney, NSW
When Edward Albee’s corrosive psychodrama premiered in New York in 1962, it shook audiences and became an instant classic. Set on a 1960s American college campus, academic couple George and Martha invite new colleagues Nick and Honey for a drink, then play mind games with them. Director Margaret Harvey has…
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Chunky Move: Yung Lung 

Carriageworks Sydney, NSW
Dance to the infinite. Dance to forget. An apocalyptic rave on Mount Olympus, Yung Lung is a party prophecy for the end of days. Stand around a huge, hypercolour head, as dancers stomp wildly upon this god-like effigy where divinity meets the dance floor. Created by Antony Hamilton, one of Australia’s most…
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Head First Acrobats: GODZ – The World Premiere!

Main Hall at Girls School 2 Wellington St, Perth, Western Australia
Perth, it’s time to get Greeced! This January GODZ will challenge perceptions and set pulses racing for its World Premiere at Perth Fringe World Festival 2022, held in the Main Hall at Girls School from January 14th to February 13th. Taking their unique mix of storytelling, circus and physical prowess…
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Head First Acrobats: Godz

Main Hall at Girls School 2 Wellington St, Perth, Western Australia
Perth, it’s time to get Greeced! This January Godz will challenge perceptions and set pulses racing for its World Premiere at Perth Fringe World Festival 2022. Taking their unique mix of storytelling, circus and physical prowess to Godlike proportions, Head First Acrobats’ brand-new show Godz provides a sneak peek into…

Sydney Festival: Sydney Symphony Under the Stars 

Parramatta Park Sydney, NSW
Featuring symphonic classics from the 18th century and beyond, excerpts from iconic film scores and of course, the thunderous finale of Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture, Sydney Symphony Under the Stars is one of Sydney Festival’s most beloved events. This year the Orchestra is conducted by Benjamin Northey, loved and lauded conductor of the…
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Aces at The Maj: Aces at The Maj

His Majesty's Theatre, Perth Perth, WA
This is what audiences can expect when Aces at The Maj opens for its sixth season at Perth Fringe World Festival 2022. Running from Saturday 15 January to Saturday 12 February at Perth’s iconic His Majesty’s Theatre, the hand-picked variety program will challenge perceptions and set pulses racing with performances…
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Sydney Festival: Green Park

Green Park Sydney, NSW
You’ve walked past it. Maybe through it. A leafy idyll by day, at night it’s something else. Green Park – just metres from Darlinghurst’s fabled Wall – has long been a place to meet under cover of darkness. Written by Elias Jamieson Brown, Green Park shows us two men on a Grindr…
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Sydney Festival: Green Park

Green Park Sydney, NSW
You’ve walked past it. Maybe through it. A leafy idyll by day, at night it’s something else. Green Park – just metres from Darlinghurst’s fabled Wall – has long been a place to meet under cover of darkness. Written by Elias Jamieson Brown, Green Park shows us two men on a Grindr…
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Australian Brandenburg Orchestra: Italian Baroque With Circa

City Recital Hall Sydney, NSW
Italian Baroque marks the fourth collaboration between the ABO and internationally acclaimed contemporary circus company Circa, which have dazzled (and somewhat polarised) audiences with their physical interpretations of core classical repertoire. This new show will take audiences through the music of four Italian cities and their multilayered pasts, with music…
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Australian Brandenburg Orchestra: Italian Baroque With Circa

City Recital Hall Sydney, NSW
Italian Baroque marks the fourth collaboration between the ABO and internationally acclaimed contemporary circus company Circa, which have dazzled (and somewhat polarised) audiences with their physical interpretations of core classical repertoire. This new show will take audiences through the music of four Italian cities and their multilayered pasts, with music…