Events

Find events on this page, such as audio described theatre shows, blind cricket competitions, Vision Australia client days and more. Filter events by using the drop down box to select what “type” of event, and/or by “state”.
04 August, 2018
Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House
Sydney
New South Wales
This is a story of love so strong it defies enemy lines. This is a story of a kingdom in triumph and a nation in chains.
16 August, 2018
Playhouse, QPAC
South Brisbane
Queensland
In the sizzling summer of 1965, a bookish 14 year-old boy flees from the boredom and bullying of small-town life by burying himself in stories of epic adventure. He never thought he’d find himself living one.
18 August, 2018
Canberra Theatre Centre
Canberra
Australian Capital Territory
This whip-cracking, rollicking rough-and-ready reimagining shucks off the buckskin and brings a barrelful of dirt and grit to the classic musical. Starring Virginia Gay (Channel 7's All Saints and Winners & Losers) as the magnetic, masculine heroine, joined by a ragtag band of acclaimed comedic actors and musicians who share all the other roles.
18 August, 2018
Playhouse, QPAC
South Brisbane
Queensland
In the sizzling summer of 1965, a bookish 14 year-old boy flees from the boredom and bullying of small-town life by burying himself in stories of epic adventure. He never thought he’d find himself living one.
23 August, 2018
Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall St,
Kirribilli
New South Wales
You’re forgiven if the name of actor, comedian and raconteur Arthur Kwick doesn’t exactly ring any bells. Despite an unexpectedly notable performance at the Tivoli Theatre in 1969, his career ever since has seen him take any role that has come his way..even if that’s meant hosting off-the-wall stag nights or working as an all-weather clown at children’s parties. Now he has another job, a job that’ll test his mettle, question his core beliefs and could well be the most challenging of his life.
25 August, 2018
Drama Theatre Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point
Sydney
NSW
Inspired by true stories of the repatriation of stolen bones, Ngarrindjeri writer H Lawrence Sumner’s play is a sweeping family story that examines four generations of history in a rural community.
28 August, 2018
Southbank Theatre, The Sumner
Melbourne
Victoria
In 1879, Nora Helmer handed her husband her keys and wedding ring and left home, slamming the door behind her. But what ever happened to this famous literary figure from Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House? And what of the family she left behind? 15 years later, Nora is now a successful feminist writer returning to get the divorce her husband Torvald never filed for. All she needs is the paperwork.
07 September, 2018
Lyric Theatre
Sydney
NSW
This outrageous musical comedy follows the misadventures of a mismatched pair of Mormon boys sent on a mission to a place that's about as far from Salt Lake City as you can get.
The New York Times calls it "the best musical of this century." The Washington Post says, "It is the kind of evening that restores your faith in musicals, the funniest musical of all time."
15 September, 2018
Canberra Theatre Centre
Canberra
Australian Capital Territory
Meet the Duncans, a mob as funny as they are unforgettable. Back home on Tassie's Dog Island for birding season, and the threat of snakes and Pop's explosive temper, the family reunites with a country and culture still very much alive.
21 September, 2018
Riverside Theatre
Parramatta
New South Wales
An incredible WORK THAT explores themes of identity and displacement. Part mystery, part documentary, part forensic investigation, (Generation 3) Sleeplessness maps a remarkable Australian story.