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Adelaide Symphony Orchestra: Domestic Voices

Elder Hall Adelaide
“Art is not for women, only for girls”. Thankfully Fanny Mendelssohn couldn’t live her own words, but could a nineteenth century woman be a serious composer? This concert will let the music speak for itself. It will also feature the first performance in over 80 years of a chamber work by…

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra: Fantasia

Arts Centre Melbourne Melbourne
Be swept away in a night of musical magic when the MSO presents one of Disney’s most extraordinary and groundbreaking animated features, Fantasia, in concert live to film. Released to great acclaim in 1940, Walt Disney’s Fantasia was his boldest experiment at the time and culminated in the creative visionary’s desire to blend animated imagery…

Sydney Theatre Company: The 7 Stages of Grieving

Wharf 1 Theatre Sydney
The 7 Stages of Grieving is a vibrant and insightful account of what it means to be an Aboriginal woman in contemporary Australia. On its premiere in 1995 it became an early triumph for Deborah Mailman and Wesley Enoch, and a beloved classic of Australian theatre. A woman stands alone on…

Australian Ballet: Anna Karenina

Arts Centre Melbourne Melbourne
Cinematic staging, elegant costumes and Yuri Possokhov's powerful choreography illuminate the tragedy of Anna Karenina, whose desire brings about her ruin.

Bangarra: Sandsong: Stories from the Great Sandy Desert

Sydney Opera House Sydney
Under the vast Kimberley sky, the red pindan dust stretches across the desert homelands of the Walmajarri, where the ancient knowledge of People and of Country is preserved through Songlines that have endured for hundreds of generations. At the heart of this land is the Living Water - Jila – that resides in…
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Sydney Theatre Company: Grand Horizons

Roslyn Packer Theatre Sydney
After 50 years of married bliss, Nancy, a retired librarian approaching 80, tells her husband Bill that she wants a divorce so she can take a last chance at living her best life. Bill doesn’t seem to mind, but their adult children are definitely not happy about it. Jessica Arthur directs…

Musica Viva: Nicolas Fleury, Emily Sun & Amir Farid

City Recital Hall Sydney
Two legendary works for French horn and one thoroughly engaging new violin sonata are brought to life by three wonderful musicians. With exceptional individual artistic voices, yet alike in their sensitive virtuosity, Nicolas Fleury, Emily Sun and Amir Farid together create the true magic of chamber music.

Belvoir St Theatre: The Cherry Orchard

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney
It’s an uncertain time. Change is coming, you can sniff it in the air. A family returns to a home that’s seen better days – but it still has its orchard. Precious, beautiful, but…in the way. Chekhov’s great, last play needs no embellishment to describe our times. What orchards are…

Darlinghurst Theatre Company: Once

Darlinghurst Theatre Company 39 Burton St, Darlinghurst, Sydney
After a sell-out 2019 season, our breathtaking production of Once returns to make you fall in love all over again. Once is a tender love story of a struggling Irish musician on the verge of giving up and a piano-playing Czech immigrant who reminds him how to dream. Featuring an…
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Queensland Theatre: White Pearl

QPAC South Bank
Anchuli Felicia King’s play is set in a cosmetic start-up company in Singapore, which produces a skin whitening product. The day has not begun well. Their new TV commercial has been leaked and is going viral for all the wrong reasons. Someone will surely be fired. When the National Theatre of…
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State Theatre Company South Australia: The Appleton Ladies’ Potato Race

Royalty Theatre 65 Angas St, Adelaide
Appleton is the quintessential small Australian country town. Some inhabitants are happy to embrace change, others aren’t fans of the tree-changers and their city ways. When Penny returns to her childhood home to become the new local doctor, she arrives just in time for the Appleton Show and its famous…
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Melbourne Theatre Company: The Truth

Southbank Theatre Southbank
Michel and his wife Laurence are happily married, while Michel’s best friend Paul is happily married to Alice. But Michel and Alice are having an affair, and Laurence seems aware that something’s going on. How far will Michel go to hide the truth? Why is Alice so keen to reveal it? And…