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Sydney Festival: Small Metal Objects

Customs House 31 Alfred St, Sydney, NSW
There's a deal going down. Amongst the flurry of suits and seagulls across Customs House square, Gary and Steve are here to complete a transaction – and it's not going to plan. An ingenious theatrical gem, small metal objects unfolds amidst the pedestrian traffic against the backdrop of Circular Quay, its moments…
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Sydney Coliseum Theatre: The Little Prince

Sydney Coliseum Theatre Rooty Hill, NSW
enerations around the world love The Little Prince. The international book phenomena has sold a stunning 200 million copies. Now LIVE ON STAGE in a magical modern first-class theatre spectacular! Experience a uniquely innovative and vivid universe of dance, music and acrobatics. DON’T MISS THIS EXTRAORDINARY ADVENTURE. Australia’s MUST SEE…
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Michael Cassel Group: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Princess Theatre, Melbourne 163 Spring St, Melbourne, VIC
Jack Thorne’s spellbinding two-part play is to be replaced in May, 2022 by a one-part version, reimagined by Thorne, J.K. Rowling and John Tiffany. The new production, which premiered on Broadway in November, tells the same story in shorter, tighter fashion, without losing any of the magic. Harry is now…
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Ensemble Theatre: John Bell: And Another Thing

Ensemble Theatre Sydney, NSW
Following the sell-out success of JOHN BELL: A FEW OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS, the Australian Living Legend returns to Ensemble Theatre with a brand new show AND ANOTHER THING… featuring more of John’s amusing anecdotes, a personal selection of prose and his witty backstage insights. As an award-winning actor, acclaimed…
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Sydney Opera House: SIX The Musical

Sydney Opera House Sydney, NSW
Only famous as the wives of Henry VIII? Not anymore! It’s time for these Tudor Queens turned Pop Princesses to reunite on our stage to tell their story, their way, in a 21st century girl-group spectacular. SIX takes court in Sydney after a sell-out season in 2020. With its witty…
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Sydney Festival: Small Metal Objects

Customs House 31 Alfred St, Sydney, NSW
There's a deal going down. Amongst the flurry of suits and seagulls across Customs House square, Gary and Steve are here to complete a transaction – and it's not going to plan. An ingenious theatrical gem, small metal objects unfolds amidst the pedestrian traffic against the backdrop of Circular Quay, its moments…
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Red Line Productions: Chewing Gum Dreams

The Old Fitz Theatre 129 Dowling St, Woolloomooloo, NSW
Michaela Coel's Chewing Gum Dreams is a riotous, irreverent ride through Tracey’s last days of childhood. Tracey is 14 and she knows where she stands. Indian bus drivers are the best. Candice is the buffest girl she’s ever seen. Fat Lesha can lick her own vagina. And Connor Jones? He's…
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Ensemble Theatre: Killing Katie: Confessions of a Book Club

Ensemble Theatre Sydney, NSW
Everyone has a nemesis. And for Robyn (Kate Raison, TWO), Queen Bee of her long running book club, that nemesis comes in the form of free-spirited and luminous Katie (Chantelle Jamieson, STC’s STILL POINT TURNING: THE CATHERINE MCGREGOR STORY). When Katie is invited to join the group, Robyn’s once steady…
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Sydney Festival: The Museum of Modern Love

Seymour Centre Chippendale, NSW
Following a successful series of development readings staged as part of Sydney Festival 2021, Seymour Centre is proud to present the world premiere production of The Museum of Modern Love. Adapted from the Stella Prize-winning novel by Heather Rose, The Museum of Modern Love follows New York-based film composer, Arky Levin, a man…
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Sydney Festival: Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran

Riverside Theatres Parramatta, NSW
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Winner of the 2019 Scotsman Fringe First Award, Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran co-created by Javaad Alipoor and Kirsty Housley (Theatre Royal Stratford East's Extinct), will be playing at Riverside Theatres from 22nd to 23rd January 2022. The global gap between rich and poor has never…
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Ensemble Theatre: Killing Katie: Confessions of a Book Club

Ensemble Theatre Sydney, NSW
Everyone has a nemesis. And for Robyn (Kate Raison, TWO), Queen Bee of her long running book club, that nemesis comes in the form of free-spirited and luminous Katie (Chantelle Jamieson, STC’s STILL POINT TURNING: THE CATHERINE MCGREGOR STORY). When Katie is invited to join the group, Robyn’s once steady…
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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…