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Theatre

Sydney’s theatre scene is as broad as the city itself, with a thriving independent sector and professional companies with world-class pedigrees. Classics, new Australian writing, voices from culturally and linguistically diverse communities … You’re spoiled for choice.

The One Day of the Year
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TheatreOld 505 Theatre, Newtown, Sydney 26 - 26 Apr 2021

The One Day of the Year

A special one-night-only rehearsed reading of Alan Seymour's classic to benefit the Actors Benevolent Fund.

Prima Facie
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TheatreSeymour Centre, Chippendale, Sydney 23 Jun - 10 Jul 2021

Prima Facie

Suzie Miller’s indictment of the Australian legal system’s failure to protect women returns.

The Woman in Black
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TheatreEnsemble Theatre, Kirrbilli, Sydney 11 Jun - 24 Jul 2021

The Woman in Black

One of the long-running plays in West End history makes its way to the close quarters of Ensemble’s intimate stage.

Animal Farm
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TheatreGlen St Theatre, Belrose, Sydney 28 Apr - 2 May 2021

Animal Farm

George Orwell’s potent allegory served fast, furious and full of grunt by Brisbane's Shake & Stir.

Live a Little
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TheatreBordello Room, Kings Cross Hotel, Kings Cross Sydney 19 - 22 Apr 2021

Live a Little

Life’s tough. So you gotta reward yourself, right? Where's the harm in that?

Lights in the Park
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TheatreThe Joan, Penrith, Sydney 20 - 24 Apr 2021

Lights in the Park

In Alexander Lee-Rekers' new play, everyone reacts differently when the lights go out.

Betty is a Butcher
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TheatreThe Flying Nun, 34-40 Burton St, Darlinghurst, Sydney 28 - 29 May 2021

Betty is a Butcher

Thomas Campbell's Betty is a Butcher offers five characters, five reasons to live, an odyssey towards death. 

The Shape of Things
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TheatreFlight Path Theatre, Marrickville, Sydney 4 - 9 May 2021

The Shape of Things

Audrey review: The staging is skimpy but Neil LaBute's play delivers its customary sting.

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