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THEATRE, MUSICALS, DANCE, OPERA, FAMILY SHOWS AND FESTIVALS IN SYDNEY AND BEYOND.

Wyrd: The Season of The Witch
Theatre

Wyrd: The Season of The...

Ninefold Ensemble draws on the tropes of urban legend to rework Shakespeare’s Scottish Play.

Where: PACT, Erskineville, Sydney When: 20 - 30 Jun 2018

Above Ground
Dance

Above Ground

Featuring Legs on the Wall and Kathryn Puie, Above Ground explores the subtleties of above ground movement with apparatus.

Where: Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, Sydney When: 21 - 23 Jun 2018

Marjorie Prime
Theatre

Marjorie Prime

Playwright Jordan Harrison explores the mysteries of human identity and the limits - if any - of what technology can replace.

Where: Ensemble Theatre, Kirrbilli, Sydney When: 15 Jun - 21 Jul 2018

They Divided the Sky
Theatre

They Divided the Sky

Audrey review: The most sophisticated of the 25A productions we've seen, They Divided the Sky has been made with exceptional care.

Where: Belvoir Downstairs, Surry Hills, Sydney When: 13 - 30 Jun 2018

Air
Theatre

Air

From writer Joanna Erskine and director Anthony Skuse, a black and bittersweet comedy about death, grief, holding on and letting go.

Where: Old 505 Theatre, Newtown, Sydney When: 13 - 30 Jun 2018

Dresden
Theatre

Dresden

Justin Fleming’s new play puts passion and power under the lens of history and our own horrifying hindsight.

Where: Kings Cross Theatre, Sydney When: 15 - 30 Jun 2018

St Joan
Theatre

St Joan

Audrey review: Imara Savage’s hard cut production gives us a St Joan for this moment and a final image that haunts.

Where: Roslyn Packer Theatre, Walsh Bay, Sydney When: 5 - 30 Jun 2018

Assassins
Musical

Assassins

David Campbell returns to play the charismatic John Wilkes Booth in this revival of a production first seen at the Hayes Theatre in 2017.

Where: Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point When: 7 Jun - 1 Jul 2018

Letters to Lindy
Theatre

Letters to Lindy

Alana Valentine's Letters to Lindy provides a deep insight into one of the most compelling legal and human dramas of our times.

Where: IPAC, Wollongong, NSW When: 22 - 23 Jun 2018

Dark Emu
Dance

Dark Emu

Inspired by Bruce Pascoe’s award-winning book, Bangarra's new work explores the vital life force of Australia's flora and fauna.

Where: Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point When: 14 Jun - 14 Jul 2018

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The Hunting of the Snark
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Family ShowsSydney Opera House, Bennelong Point 17 - 22 Jul 2018

The Hunting of the Snark

A ragtag gang of adventurers off to catch the mythical Snark. But does anyone know what a Snark looks like?

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.

Wilde Creatures
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Family ShowsSydney Opera House, Bennelong Point 7 - 14 Jul 2018

Wilde Creatures

A motley crew of storytelling musicians from British company Tall Stories bring Oscar Wilde’s classic fairy tales to life.

Woman
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CabaretLeadbelly, Newtown, Sydney 20 - 23 Jun 2018

Woman

Jodie Stubbs takes you on a humorous journey of a mother, career woman, wife and cabaret chanteuse.

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.

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