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

Two Hearts
Theatre

Two Hearts

From Laura Lethlean, a play about choice, waste and intimacy set in the Sydney summer.

Where: Kings Cross Theatre, Sydney When: 19 Oct - 3 Nov 2018

Forever & Ever
Dance

Forever & Ever

The Sydney Dance Company pairs Rafael Bonachela's Frame of Mind with a new work by Anthony Hamilton.

Where: Roslyn Packer Theatre, Walsh Bay, Sydney When: 16 - 27 Oct 2018

Pramkicker
Theatre

Pramkicker

British playwright Sadie Hasler's comic yet unflinching look at what it is to be a woman who chooses not to have a child.

Where: Chippen St Theatre, Chippendale, Sydney When: 24 Oct - 3 Nov 2018

Ear to the Edge of Time
Theatre

Ear to the Edge of...

Audrey review: An engaging story puts women's experience in STEM industries under the microscope.

Where: Seymour Centre, Chippendale, Sydney When: 11 - 27 Oct 2018

Scenes From a Marriage
Theatre

Scenes From a Marriage

This Royal Danish Theatre adaptation of a TV miniseries by filmmaker Ingmar Bergman places a timely twist on tale shrouded in controversy.

Where: Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point When: 17 - 21 Oct 2018

Uncanny Valley Girl
Performance

Uncanny Valley Girl

Liveworks 2018: Sydney artist Angela Goh merges live performance, text, and a razor-sharp soundtrack to reclaim the fembot icon.

Where: Carriageworks, Eveleigh, Sydney When: 18 - 21 Oct 2018

A Midnight Visit
Theatre

A Midnight Visit

The writings of Edgar Allen Poe inspire this immersive, site-specific event staged in a disused Newtown warehouse.

Where: 655 King St, Newtown, Sydney When: 3 Oct - 9 Dec 2018

Degenerate Art
Theatre

Degenerate Art

In a new play by Toby Schmitz, a rejected art school applicant rises to political power using charm, cunning and violence.

Where: Old Fitzroy Theatre, Woolloomooloo, Sydney When: 17 Oct - 4 Nov 2018

An Enemy of the People
Theatre

An Enemy of the People

Andrey review: Perfect timing but Belvoir's adaptation of an Ibsen classic shows blunt satirical teeth.

Where: Belvoir, Surry Hills, Sydney When: 7 Oct - 4 Nov 2018

Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam
Theatre

Jesus Wants Me for a...

A new stage version of Peter Goldsworthy's novella examines interplay between the rational world and an irrational love.

Where: Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, Sydney When: 18 - 27 Oct 2018

What's On

More shows to see

NIDA student productions
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Archived National Institute of Dramatic Art, Kensington, Sydney 13 - 23 Jun 2018

NIDA student productions

A diverse showcase of talent from NIDA's acting, design and technical crafts departments.

Gothic
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Music Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, Sydney 9 - 9 Nov 2018

Gothic

Andre Greenwell's Gothic takes its audience to some dark places - including an infamous Austrian basement.

The Climbing Tree
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Theatre Bathurst Memorial Arts Centre, NSW 2 - 6 Nov 2018

The Climbing Tree

Rachael Coopes' new play examines the challenges faced by teenagers in regional towns.

Vivica Genaux: Artaserse
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Opera City Recital Hall, Sydney 29 Nov - 5 Dec 2018

Vivica Genaux: Artaserse

Vivica Genaux stars in the first Australian production of Johann Adolph Hasse's 1730 opera.

Exit the King
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Theatre Chippen St Theatre, Chippendale, Sydney 8 - 17 Nov 2018

Exit the King

Sydney Francophiles Théâtre Excentrique present Ionesco's absurd meditation on life, death and other incurable diseases.

Spartacus
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Dance Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point 9 - 24 Nov 2018

Spartacus

Think ballet is all pointe shoes and tutus? Think again.

The Wild Party
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Musical Seymour Centre, Chippendale, Sydney 15 - 24 Nov 2018

The Wild Party

John LaChiusa's musical adaptation of an explosive 1928 poem invites you to the party to end all parties.

The Serpent’s Teeth
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Theatre Kings Cross Theatre, Sydney 9 - 24 Nov 2018

The Serpent’s Teeth

In two acts, Daniel Keene’s play explores human frailty and the insidious effects of global tensions.

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