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Australian Ballet: New York Dialects

Sydney Opera House Sydney
The Australian Ballet performs in Sydney for the first time in over a year with a triple bill, which includes a brand new work by American contemporary choreographer Pam Tanowitz, commissioned by new Artistic Director David Hallberg. This will be performed alongside two 20th-century classics from George Balanchine: Serenade and The…

Sydney Theatre Company: The Wharf Revue: Good Night and Good Luck

Seymour Centre Chippendale
After more than two decades of hilarious irreverence and a little COVID-related hiccup, this comedy powerhouse is back to say goodbye. Don’t miss out on this one last hurrah of The Wharf Revue. Drew Forsythe, Phillip Scott and Mandy Bishop are joined by David Whitney (Saint Joan, Opera Australia’s The…

Sydney Theatre Company: Home, I’m Darling

Sydney Opera House Sydney
Judy is a picture-perfect ‘50s housewife. She spends her days making the perfect devilled eggs, mixing the perfect Screwdrivers and being the perfect homemaker to her husband Johnny. They're totally happy with their pastel-hued life. The only problem is, it's not the 1950s, it's now, and Judy and Johnny's dream…
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Sydney Theatre Company: Playing Beatie Bow

Wharf 1 Theatre Sydney
The STC makes its long-awaited return to the renovated Wharf with Kate Mulvany’s new stage adaptation of Ruth Park’s classic novel. Mulvany charmed audiences with her sublime adaptation of Park’s Harp in the South trilogy, so we’re expecting more thrills with this time-travelling story set in The Rocks. Limelight Editor's…

Microfiche: Monday Residency @ 107

107 107 Redfern St, Redfern
Sydney's own cutting-edge jazz and improvising collective Microfiche will make 107 home for four Mondays during March and April. Known for their ethereal soundscapes and powerful improvisations, Microfiche will collaborate with some of Australia's greatest improvisers and feature support sets from the city’s most forward-thinking artists, in a celebration of live and improvised music in our city. The residency…

Ensemble Theatre: Outdated

Ensemble Theatre Sydney
So, you're in your 40's and dating again? Relax! Your first date may feel like you're speeding towards a cliff at 100kms an hour, but just follow these simple tips to make the dating process a breeze: Wish you could stop the date and start again? Ignore that doubting voice…

Malthouse Theatre: Because The Night

Malthouse Theatre 113 Sturt St, Southbank, Melbourne
In a landmark production of unmissable storytelling, Malthouse Theatre launches an immersive theatre work on a scale never seen before in Australia. An entire world has been constructed for you to explore: follow the royals through the palace, roam the length of a town on the cusp of the digital…

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra: Future Music

Melbourne Recital Centre Melbourne
Australia’s classical community of composers is diverse, multidimensional, and, above all, thriving. Hear from some of the finest local composers on the diversity of styles and influences and new forms of expression found in Australian music today, and where it is likely to go. Ears Wide Open is MSO’s talks…
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Belvoir St Theatre: Stop Girl

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney
ABC journalist Sally Sara draws on her own experience in her debut play. Suzie has devoted the best years of her life to reporting from dangerous frontlines. But even the most resilient foreign correspondents need to come home one day. What happened to Australia while Suzie was away? And what…

Sydney Theatre Company: The Wharf Revue: Good Night and Good Luck

Seymour Centre Chippendale
After more than two decades of hilarious irreverence and a little COVID-related hiccup, this comedy powerhouse is back to say goodbye. Don’t miss out on this one last hurrah of The Wharf Revue. Drew Forsythe, Phillip Scott and Mandy Bishop are joined by David Whitney (Saint Joan, Opera Australia’s The…

Sydney Theatre Company: Home, I’m Darling

Sydney Opera House Sydney
Judy is a picture-perfect ‘50s housewife. She spends her days making the perfect devilled eggs, mixing the perfect Screwdrivers and being the perfect homemaker to her husband Johnny. They're totally happy with their pastel-hued life. The only problem is, it's not the 1950s, it's now, and Judy and Johnny's dream…
Editor's Choice

Sydney Theatre Company: Playing Beatie Bow

Wharf 1 Theatre Sydney
The STC makes its long-awaited return to the renovated Wharf with Kate Mulvany’s new stage adaptation of Ruth Park’s classic novel. Mulvany charmed audiences with her sublime adaptation of Park’s Harp in the South trilogy, so we’re expecting more thrills with this time-travelling story set in The Rocks. Limelight Editor's…