Events

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27 October, 2018
Sydney Oprah House, Bennelong Point
Sydney
New South Wales
With more than 20 major awards to its credit, the original Broadway and West End production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's iconic musical EVITA will open at the Sydney Opera House in September 2018, directed by legendary Broadway director Hal Prince and starring Tina Arena.
03 November, 2018
IMB Theatre, Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, 2 Burelli St.
Wollongong
New South Wales
Join us ringside for a rare theatrical combo: engrossing storytelling paired with the visceral thrill and energy of boxing!
03 November, 2018
QPAC Lyric Theatre
South Brisbane
Queensland
Look into the eyes of one of opera’s most tortured souls as Don Giovanni roams the stage. The genius of Mozart, for too long overdue in OperaQ’s repertoire, returns with his epic and timeless masterpiece Don Giovanni, conducted by Johannes Fritzsch.
03 November, 2018
State Theatre
Melbourne
Victoria
A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder is the drop-dead, uproariously funny musical about Monty Navarro, a penniless clerk who discovers he is ninth in line to be Lord D’Ysquith, the Earl of Highhurst. But when the D’Ysquith family dismiss Monty’s claim, all eight family members in line to be Earl start dying from unnatural causes! This dastardly plot has been created to feature a single virtuoso performer in all eight roles; triple Helpmann Award winner Mitchell Butel stars in these eight roles.
03 November, 2018
25 Belvoir Street
Surry Hills.
New South Wales
Catherine Stockmann lives in a tight-knit community – she’s woven into the fabric. One day she makes a disturbing discovery: the spa water for which the town is famed is toxic. The community has been built on poison, and the truth must be told. But to her horror, people refuse to believe there’s a problem. What does she do? Does she fight for the truth if it means the loss of income, family, community, identity?
03 November, 2018
Canberra Theatre Centre
Canberra
Australian Capital Territory
Those indefatigable kings of comedy, sorcerers of satire and masters of mockery, Jonathan Biggins and Drew Forsythe are back in the saddle and gearing up for another glorious year of political satire - the stage will be bigger and so will the laughs. We like to think of it as continuity with change.
15 November, 2018
Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall St
Kirribilli
New South Wales
It was supposed to be so simple. Sarah and Reg were to visit the sprawling country house of Reg’s invalid mother and give his sister Annie a well-deserved break from her caretaker duties. But the unexpected arrival of Norman means that nothing is set to go to plan.
17 November, 2018
State Theatre, Arts Center
Melbourne
Victoria
The mastersingers are holding a high-stakes singing competition, and Walther needs to win. He’s an outsider, an upstart, and he doesn’t know the rules. But to win the hand of his beloved Eva, he must sing the greatest song ever made.
20 November, 2018
Fairfax, Melbourne Arts Centre
Melbourne
Victoria
For a troubled but brilliant teenager in 1980s Geelong, the world is a small place. Thirteen-year-old Jiembra Djalu and his brother Sonny are the new kids in town, and while Jiembra may be a video game whizz and maths genius, he’s always getting into strife. A friendship with the owner of the local arcade and a chance at gaming glory could see him change his life forever, but could also mean leaving behind what means most – his brother and adoring mother. BMX bikes, Michael Jackson, Gary Ablett, Donkey Kong and Friday night Kentucky Fried Chicken all provide the backdrop for this joyous family show.
04 December, 2018
Southbank Theatre, The Sumner
Melbourne
Victoria
This exquisite comedy is a timeless masterpiece, bursting at the seams with passion and music. Yet it starts with a twin sister and brother shipwrecked, grief-stricken, both believing the other to be drowned. Shakespeare’s lyrical fantasy slams poetry into melancholia, laced with drunkenness and misrule in bucket loads. Identity confusion abounds in a whirligig of capricious farce as everything spins out of control towards a sense of harmony.