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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.

Stupid Fucking Bird
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TheatreNew Theatre, Newtown, Sydney 12 - 28 Jul 2018

Stupid Fucking Bird

An aspiring young director rages against the art created by his mother’s generation in this remix of Chekhov's The Seagull.

Tribunal
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TheatreSydney Opera House, Bennelong Point 6 - 7 Jul 2018

Tribunal

This is Australia’s colonial past and contentious present on trial. You be the judge.

Toby Schmitz Live
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TheatreOld Fitzroy Theatre, Woolloomooloo, Sydney 26 - 29 Jun 2018

Toby Schmitz Live

The Rover returns and it's all about him. And you.

You Got Older
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TheatreKings Cross Theatre, Kings Cross, Sydney 13 Jul - 4 Aug 2018

You Got Older

From Mad March Hare, the Sydney premiere of US writer Clare Barron's darkly comic play about family, illness and cowboys.

Love Song Dedications (without Richard Mercer)
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TheatrePACT, Erskineville, Sydney 18 - 29 Jul 2018

Love Song Dedications (without Richard Mercer)

This devised work promises a night of reassurance, full of songs you are ashamed you know the lyrics to.

Speaking in Tongues
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TheatreChippen St Theatre, Chippendale, Sydney 29 Jun - 7 Jul 2018

Speaking in Tongues

A new indie theatre venue goes live with a production of Andrew Bovell's devastating tale of disconnection between individuals.

Away
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TheatreBondi Pavilion, Bondi Beach, Sydney 4 - 7 Jul 2018

Away

Meg Clarke and David Simes feature in a new production of Michael Gow's modern classic, aimed at HSC students.

Permission to Spin
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TheatreOld Fitzroy Theatre, Woolloomooloo, Sydney 3 - 28 Jul 2018

Permission to Spin

Set in the world of children’s music, Mary Rachel Brown’s Permission to Spin is a funny-till-it’s-not cage fight between ego, art and ethics.

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