April
Jopuka Productions

The Boys On The Bus

April

A raw and raucous coming of age drama, The Boys on the Bus is another masterwork from multi-award winning playwright, Jamie Hornsby. Gritty and gripping, with a jet-black sense of humour.

By Jamie Hornsby
Photo: Jamie Hornsby

The Launch Pad from $28

Return
David Venn Enterprises

Cruel Intentions

The hit new musical based on the cult Hollywood film is returning to Sydney for a strictly limited season this February!

March
The Art House

Are We There Yet?

March

The year I turned eight, Mum and Dad took us on a trip around Australia. Luke, Billy and I missed school for the whole winter term.

On Tour

The Art House Theatre from $20

Walsh Bay
Sydney Theatre Company

Oil

November

An epic, globe-trotting, century-crossing night of theatrical magic that explores the deeply relatable bond between a mother and daughter.

By Ella Hickson
Directed by Paige Rattray

Wharf 1 Theatre

March
Australian Chamber Orchestra

The Four Seasons

Worlds intertwine and Vivaldi's masterpiece is heard anew in this stunning adventure through Venice and the Mediterranean.

Concert Hall at the Opera House

Pyrmont
Sydney Lyric Theatre & Live Nation

Mamma Mia

May

Sydney, it's time to party again when the acclaimed Australian production returns this May!

Limited Run

Sydney Lyric Theatre

Embrace the adventure and take the leap.
#ACO2023 Season

Wise wooden instruments. Horsehair and rosin. Handmade and bespoke. Craftsmanship that is both ancient and brand new. The sound of instruments tuning backstage. The murmur of voices and laughter from the foyers. Our footsteps as we walk out onto the stage. The inhale – from musicians and…

Australian Chamber Orchestra
March
Live Nation

Rod Stewart

March

Following the extraordinary success of his previous tours, Sir Rod's 2023 dates promise show-stopping classics and new hits in his unmissable, captivating style.

Roche Estate

Diverse
Sydney WorldPride 2023

World Pride Day

Gather, Dream, Amplify - In 2023, Sydney Mardi Gras and Sydney WorldPride unite to present a truly global LGBTQIA+ pride festival – the very first in the Southern Hemisphere.

In our 50th year, we're throwing a party and everyone's invited.
Celebrate the Extraordinary!

Join us for a year-long festival celebrating the past, present and future of Australia's favourite building.

Sydney Opera House
1 Show
Avoca Beach Theatre

The Badloves

One of Australia's most cherished bands with guests King Canyon.

Avoca Beach Theatre from $39

2023
Disney Theatrical Productions Australia

Beauty and the Beast

June

Direct from the West End, this enchanting and timeless tale has been brought to life in a reimagined production boasting all the spectacle and grandeur audiences know and love.

Produced in Australia by The Walt Disney Company and Disney Theatrical Productions, under the supervision of Thomas Schumacher

Capitol Theatre

☆ NEW ☆
Base Entertainment

Celtic Illusion

May

The Magic Returns. Immerse yourself in one of the most unique productions touring the world. Celtic Illusion, the Irish dance and Grand Illusion sensation that has taken Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Canada and the USA by storm and will tour nationwide in 2023.

Return Season

Laycock Street Community Theatre $75 to $85

Theatre
Pymble Players

Rapture

Winner of the Victorian Premier's Award for Drama 2003, a vivid, timely new play that shines a revealing light on Australia's unsettled soul.

Written by: Joanna Murray-Smith
By arrangement with the author.
Directed by: David Allsopp

Pymble Players Theatre

March
Australian Global Entertainment

The Australian Tenors - Music of the Night

March

Come and enjoy the fun, romance and excitement as the finest tenor voices in Australia perform their new 2023 program.

The Art House Theatre $75 to $89

Sydney
The Australian Ballet

Jewels

May

A Balanchine masterpiece!

Sydney Opera House $38 to $303

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Comedy
Woy Woy Little Theatre

Party Piece

A fast-paced comedy depicts the strained relations between feuding neighbours and families.

by Richard Harris
Directed by Sarah Lovesy

Peninsula Theatre $8 to $30

Newcastle
The Very Popular Theatre Company

Billy Elliot

October

An inspiring celebration of the journey of one boy who hangs up his boxing gloves for ballet shoes.

Casting Now

Civic Theatre

It's time to plan a year of fabulous nights out.
Opera 2023

Seduction, secrets, and sensational singing. Everything feels larger than life. This is opera.

Opera Australia
Diverse
Naughty Noodle

Summer Spandex

Featuring an all star and emerging line-up across Live Music, Dance & Theatre, Storytelling & Poetry, Pole Dancing, Burlesque & Drag.

Naughty Noodle Fun Haus from $30

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Coast FM Studios

Comedy
Bare Productions & Red Tree Theatre

Shirley Valentine

Shirley Valentine is a bored, middle-aged housewife, trapped in a stale, loveless marriage. Her children are all grown up and she frequently talks to the wall in her kitchen while preparing her husband's regular evening meal.

by Willy Russell
Directed by Annette Rowlison

Red Tree Theatre from $29

April
Hunter Drama

The Wedding Singer

April

Party like it's 1985!

Directed by Ali Hodge

Civic Playhouse

March
Wyong Musical Theatre

The Drowsy Chaperone

March

When wealthy widow Mrs. Tottenham hosts the wedding of the year, she gets a lot more than a write-up in the society pages!

Music and Lyrics by Lisa Lambert & Greg Morrison
​Book by Bob Martin & Don Mckellar
Director: Julie Young
Musical Director: Rich Ferraro

The Wyong Grove Theatre from $25

Dance
Sydney Opera House

The Mirror

Intoxicating. Imaginative. Incredible. Heart-pumping acrobatics. Impossible physicality. Breath-taking stunts. Discover circus like you've never seen it before in The Mirror.

Sydney Opera House $59 to $99

☆ NEW ☆
Central Coast Music Factory

SCORNED Anti-Valentines Day Experience

An Anti-Valentine's Day Experience full of your favorite songs themed around revenge, independence and comedy!

Central Coast Music Factory

Walsh Bay
Sydney Theatre Company

The Seagull

November

A beautiful investigation of the power of art, adapted by Australia's greatest interpreter of Chekhov.

By Anton Chekhov
Adapted by Andrew Upton
Directed by Imara Savage

Roslyn Packer Theatre

#JOPUKA2023 is here!
Jopuka 2023

Jopuka Productions is the Central Coast's leading youth-arts body. Presenting a unique and innovative season, filled to the brim with new works, Australian classics, cutting-edge musicals and Fringe favourites.

Jopuka Productions
March
Ben Maiorana Entertainment

Celtic Beat - Legends of Ireland

March

A nostalgic and mystical breathtaking journey back to the homeland of Ireland where Irish eyes are smiling.

The Art House Theatre

Sydney
Sydney Theatre Company

The Visitors

September

A new production of this contemporary classic and a riveting insight into one of the most impactful days in Australia's history.

By Jane Harrison
Directed by Wesley Enoch

Sydney Opera House

March
Jopuka Productions

Green Day's American Idiot!

The two-time Tony Award-winning hit musical is based on the Grammy Award-winning multi-platinum album, boldly takes rock musical's where they've never gone before.

Co-Directors: Rosie Ross and Joshua Maxwell
Musical Director: Ben Ross

Red Tree Theatre $20 to $38

Tuggerah
Wyong Drama Group & Red Tree Theatre

Two Weeks With The Queen

August

Dear Your Majesty the Queen, I need to speak to you urgently... Cleverly lifting the key moments from Gleitzman's novel and presenting them in a light-hearted, amusing and open way, making for an ideal drama.

By Mary Morris from the novel by Morris Gleitzman
Directed by Joshua Maxwell

Red Tree Theatre

Newcastle
Burn The Floor

Walanbaa Yulu-gi Burn the Floor

August

World renown Australian Ballroom dance company Burn the Floor collaborates with Indigenous star Mitch Tambo to create a brand-new dance production.

Civic Theatre

Walsh Bay
Sydney Theatre Company

Constellations

July

A gloriously romantic love story that reflects on the power of human connection and asks, “what if?”.

By Nick Payne
Directed by Ian Michael

Wharf 1 Theatre

Wyong
The Art House

Dave Hughes - Too Good

June

A night you'll never forget – unfiltered and damn funny

The Art House Theatre from $44

Tuggerah
Wyong Drama Group

The Full Monty

November

Based on the 1997 British film of the same name. Set in the run-down former industrial epicentre of Sheffield, UK, it follows six unemployed, working class men who decide to do a one-time-only striptease to outdo a touring male strip show and make some desperately needed money.

by Simon Beaufoy
Directed by Howard Oxley

Red Tree Theatre

Enter another world of thrills, heartbreak and adventure with 14 plays and 2 special add-ons.
#STC2023 Season

Discover cutting-edge new Australian works, the best contemporary writing from overseas, award-winning hits and beloved classics. In 2023, theatre is a grand adventure and we can't wait to take you along for the ride!

Sydney Theatre Company
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Australian Chamber Orchestra

A Clockwork Orange and Beyond

May

Cult films, synthesisers and an age of innovation, featuring the iconic film scores of Wendy Carlos and more.

Concert Hall at the Opera House

Pymble
Pymble Players

Things I know to be true

May

Life is seasonal, and those seasons bring change, challenge and hope.

Written by: Andrew Bovell
Exclusively licenced by HLA Management Pty Ltd.
Directed by: Racquel Boyd

Pymble Players Theatre

On Tour
Central Coast Leagues Club

Manpower

Heralded in the USA as Australia's Thunder From Down Under, Manpower Australia have been performing for women across the globe for over two decades.

On Tour

Central Coast Leagues Club from $40

Moore Park
Frontier Touring

Fatboy Slim

May

DJ and prolific producer Fatboy Slim (aka Norman Cook) is returning to Australian in April and May 2023.

The Showring

POPULAR!
Central Coast Philharmonia Choir & Central Coast Conservatorium of Music

Lux: The Dawn From On High

A 2018 work by Dan Forrest. In five movements, it explores various aspects of light with texts ranging from ancient liturgical chant to Scriptures to modern secular love poetry.

May
The Prestige Presents

Lost In Music

May

The night out of the year that you need more than ever, is back!

Presented in association with Entertainers UK

Rock
Chocolate Starfish

Bat Out Of Hell

Larger-than-life Melbourne band Chocolate Starfish will take the words right out of Meat Loaf's mouth when they perform one of the greatest rock albums ever

Chocolate Starfish

The Art House Theatre

TRENDING
Sydney Theatre Company

The Goat or, Who is Sylvia?

A ruthless, jaw-dropping and provocative dark comedy of manners by Tony Award-winning satirist Edward Albee.

Directed by Mitchell Butel

Roslyn Packer Theatre

An exciting array of shows and workshops to keep kids entertained during the holidays.
Summer at The Art House

The Art House is dedicated to bringing the opportunity to attend live performance to the kids of the coast and providing hands-on activities through which they can learn skills in dance, theatre, acrobatics, crafts, and critical thinking.

The Art House
March
A-List Entertainment

Nurse Georgie Carroll

March

Sista Flo 2.0 - Georgie has seen it all and is bringing her hilarious award-winning stand-up to The Art House for one night only.

The Art House Theatre

Theatre
Opera Australia

Chorus!

Thrill to the sound of a mass of voices, singing as one.

Sydney Opera House

March
Laycock Street Community Theatre

Echoes of Pink Floyd - Signs of Life

March

In 1988, Australia witnessed a rock concert event unprecedented in its scale, scope, and impact. Now, 35 years later, Australia's own Echoes of Pink Floyd bring you their painstakingly crafted homage to this amazing concert experience, Signs of Life.

Laycock Street Community Theatre

Walsh Bay
Sydney Theatre Company

Do not go Gentle

May

Witness this moving exploration of human frailty at the ends of the Earth as performed by an all-star cast.

By Patricia Cornelius
Directed by Paige Rattray

Roslyn Packer Theatre

March
The Art House

The Wharf Revue: Looking for Albanese

It's a new dawn, a new day, and a new captain at the helm of the ship of state. And what a state we're in!

Created and written by Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott
A Soft Tread production

The Art House Theatre

Sydney
Opera Australia

The Tales of Hoffmann

July

Four intoxicating parts. One superstar soprano. Homegrown superstar Jessica Pratt returns to Australia to perform in Offenbach's last and greatest work.

by Jacques Offenbach

Sydney Opera House $49 to $345

Comedy
The Melbourne International Comedy Festival

RAW Comedy 2023

For the last 27 years, jokesters from across Australia have come together to compete with their wit at RAW Comedy, the country's largest and most prestigious open mic comedy competition.

Civic Playhouse

Return
Sydney Lyric Theatre

Wicked

There's no place like home! The Broadway sensation WICKED looks at what happened in the Land of Oz but from a different angle.

Sydney Lyric Theatre

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On Tour
The Victorian State Ballet

Beauty & the Beast

May

Featuring a top cast of leading classical ballet artists from across Australia and abroad and choreography rich with vibrant colour, virtue, sensibility, grace, intrigue, and outstanding skill.

On Tour

Laycock Street Community Theatre $25 to $40

Diverse
Sydney WorldPride 2023

Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras

Celebrating our LGBTQIA+ communities. It's time to welcome the world Down Under. You're invited to Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras .

Woy Woy
Woy Woy Little Theatre

Don't Dress for Dinner

October

Bernard is planning a romantic weekend with his chic Parisian mistress in his charming converted French farmhouse, whilst his wife, Jacqueline, is away. He has arranged for a cordon bleu cook to prepare gourmet delights, and has invited his best friend, Robert, along too to provide the alibi. It's foolproof; what could possibly go wrong?

by Marc Camoletti
Adapted by Robin Hawdon

Peninsula Theatre $8 to $25

March
Central Coast Council

Flavours by the Sea

March

Featuring some of Terrigal's most beloved eateries, the multicultural event will celebrate the Coast's diversity with a taste of the world's food, music, and art along the Terrigal foreshore.

Education
Red Tree Theatre

Educating Rita

Educating Rita is a witty yet poignant look at a working class woman's attempts to change her social circumstances through pursuit of an Open University qualification.

by Willy Russell
Directed by Joshua Maxwell

Red Tree Theatre

TRENDING
New Theatricals

Darkness

An illegal gathering of five young friends. An abandoned house, now an eerie museum of lost and extinct things. Inspired by a fateful weekend in 1816, the Year Without a Summer, DARKNESS comes alive in a site-responsive experience of mystery and passion.

The Library, Newtown

Tuggerah
Jopuka Productions

This Much is True

October

A debt collector, a drag queen, a rogue chemist and a manic depressive walk into a pub

by Louis Nowra
Directed by Rosie Ross
Photo: Jamie Hornsby

Red Tree Theatre

April
The Australian Ballet

Don Quixote

April

Based on the iconic 1973 film

Sydney Opera House

Wyong Musical Theatre Company's 2023 Musical Season
#WMTC 2023

Welcome to an exciting season of musical theatre in 2023!

Wyong Musical Theatre
★ A HIT ★
Sydney Symphony Orchestra

Disney 100

You will be dazzled as a cast of Australian musical theatre stars, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and maestra Jessica Gethin bring your favourite Disney animated film scores to life.

Concert Hall at the Opera House

Comedy
Gosford Musical Society

9 to 5 The Musical

Three unlikely friends take control of their office and learn there is nothing they can't do, even in a man's world.

Music & Lyrics by Dolly Parton
Book by Patricia Resnick

Laycock Street Community Theatre

Tuggerah
Jopuka Productions

The Brown Bag Canteen

June

Food fanatic, Ren, steps off the bus at St. Lawrence Prep, the fanciest high school in six towns. She's there with the rest of her peers after a mysterious fire destroyed their beloved - albeit kind of a hole - Woodrich College across town, and these poor students are not welcome.

By Alexander Lee-Rekers
Directed by Calem Madden
Photo: Jamie Hornsby

Red Tree Theatre $15 to $32

POPULAR!
Sydney Opera House

The Mirror

Award-winning Australian company Gravity & Other Myths strip down and get cheeky in this showcase of self love and raw human potential.

Drama Theatre at Sydney Opera House

☆ NEW ☆
Laycock Street Community Theatre

The Australian Bee Gees Show

May

Fresh from celebrating 10 years and over 3000 shows headlining on the Las Vegas strip, the Australian Bee Gees Show will be heading Down Under for the Australian leg of their 25th anniversary tour!

On Tour

Laycock Street Community Theatre from $52

Wyong
Wyong Musical Theatre

Spamalot

September

The legendary tale of King Arthur's quest to find the Holy Grail.

Book & Lyrics by ERIC IDLE

The Wyong Grove Theatre from $25

Sydney
Australian Chamber Orchestra

Postcards from Italy

September

Musical tributes from across the centuries featuring Bach and Boccherini through to Tchaikovsky and Giovanni Sollima.

Concert Hall at the Opera House

Pymble
Pymble Players

Gaslight

September

You will be on the edge of your seat!

Written by: Patrick Hamilton
By Arrangement with ORiGiN™ Theatrical On Behalf of Samuel French A Concord Theatricals Company
Directed by: Joy Sweeney

Pymble Players Theatre

Season 2023 marks 60 years of The Australian Ballet.
Season 2023

Join us for a season of time-honoured classical ballets and striking contemporary works that will move, inspire and surprise.

The Australian Ballet
Red Tree Theatre - The Three Matriarchs
Sydney Opera House - The Mirror
Laycock Street Community Theatre - The Australian Bee Gees Show
Laycock Street Community Theatre - Celtic Illusion
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Jeff Lewis & Potts Entertainment

Tommy Emmanuel

May

Tommy's message is pure love for the guitar and his delight in sharing it with the world, one audience at a time.

Concert Hall at the Opera House $79 to $129

Sydney
Sydney Theatre Company

The Dictionary of Lost Words

October

This award-winning New York Times bestseller and book club favourite will be brought to vivid life in a new adaptation.

Adapted by Verity Laughton from the novel by Pip Williams
Directed by Jessica Arthur

Sydney Opera House

Diverse
Jopuka Productions & Create + Co

Out Of The Darkness

To celebrate World Pride coming to Sydney, Jopuka is teaming up with Create+Co to stage a special celebration of queer voices in musical theatre!

Presented by Jopuka and Create + Co Theatre
Directed by Daniel Craig

The Art House Studio $26 to $32

Opera Australia

Don Giovanni

He's mad. He's bad. He's dangerous. But damn him to hell, his serenades are divine.

by Mozart

Joan Sutherland Theatre

Wyong
The Art House

Hard Quiz Live

May

The Hard Quiz Master and Overlord, Tom Gleeson, is swapping the studio for a theatre and adding a third dimension to Australia's hardest quiz.

The Art House Theatre

Tuggerah
Red Tree Theatre

The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (abridged)

August

Shakespeare may be turning in his grave, but the show that's become a cult classic contains all 37 plays (plus sonnets).

By Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Winfield

Red Tree Theatre

April
State Theatre

The Doobie Brothers 50th Anniversary Tour

April

Four-time GRAMMY Award winners and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees, THE DOOBIE BROTHERS add Sydney's State Theatre to their 50th anniversary tour. Renowned for delivering mind-blowing, roots based, harmony-laden, guitar-driven rock and roll for over five decades,

State Theatre

Wyong
Wyong Musical Theatre

Carrie

June

Carrie White is a teenage outcast who longs to fit in. What none of them know is that Carrie's just discovered she's got a special power, and if pushed too far, she's not afraid to use it.

by Lawrence D. Cohen

The Wyong Grove Theatre from $25

Woy Woy Little Theatre 2023 Season!
#WWLT2023 Play Season

Welcome to the 2023 Season of plays

Woy Woy Little Theatre
July
Laughing Stock

Randy Feltface - Feltopia

July

In these uncertain times, you need a voice you can trust. Someone who's travelled the world and knows how to fix it. Courage. Integrity. Other stuff.

On Tour

Newcastle City Hall

TRENDING
Sydney Theatre Company

Hubris and Humiliation

A hilarious comedy, a kaleidoscopic pastiche of Jane Austen's writing and an outrageous satire of life in Sydney's gay scene.

By Lewis Treston
Directed by Dean Bryant

Wharf 1 Theatre

Wyong
Premier Entertainment

The Bee Gees Show: One Night Only

September

One Night Only is a celebration of the timeless music of the BeeGees. With record sellout performances around the country this truly magical concert experience honours their musical and vocal brilliance with all the fun and energy that the BeeGees were famous for.

Return Season

The Art House Theatre $50 to $60

Sydney
Opera Australia

Aida

June

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. This is a story of betrayal.

Sydney Opera House

Newcastle
A-List Entertainment

The Umbilical Brothers

June

Do you love staring at screens? Are you staring at a screen right now? You should get out more. Specifically to a show that has an enormous screen smack-bang in the middle of it.

Civic Theatre

Dates TBA
Gosford Musical Society

Kinky Boots

Winner of six Tony Awards (including Best Musical), Kinky Boots features a Tony-winning score by Cyndi Lauper and a hilarious, uplifting book by four-time Tony winner, Harvey Fierstein.

Laycock Street Community Theatre

Sydney
Sydney Symphony Orchestra

Black Panther: Live in Concert

July

Presented for the first time in Australia, superstar conductor Anthony Parnther and tama master Massamba Diop lead the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in this live-with-orchestra showing of the 2018 Marvel hit, Black Panther.

Anthony Parnther conductor
Massamba Diop percussion

Concert Hall at the Opera House

POPULAR!
Theatre Royal Sydney

The Rocky Horror Show

A brand-new Australian production will kick off global celebrations in honour of iconic Rock ‘N' Roll musical The Rocky Horror Show as it marks its 50th Anniversary in 2023. Premiering at Theatre Royal Sydney in February 2023 starring Australian superstar Jason Donovan and Myf Warhurst as the Narrator.

Theatre Royal

Welcome to Gosford Musical Society in 2023
#GMS2023

Gosford Musical Society presents a stella line up of exciting musicals for our 2023 season. Send you expression of interest to [email protected]

Gosford Musical Society
Sydney
Australian Chamber Orchestra

Celebrating Icons - From Bach to Barnes

May

One of the world's leading chamber orchestras performs music from JS Bach and Tchaikovsky through to Jimmy Barnes and William Barton.

Director & Violin Richard Tognetti
Vocals, Guitar & Didgeridoo William Barton
Vocals Jimmy Barnes

Concert Hall at the Opera House $79 to $329

Tragedy
by William Shakespeare

Romeo and Juliet

From Romance to Rest

Uniting Church Hall

Sydney
Entertainers

Fastlove

July

Relive the passion, the flare, and the unique sensitivity of George Michael in this incredible tribute concert.

State Theatre

Sydney
The Australian Ballet

Swan Lake

December

A dynamic new vision of a timeless classic

Sydney Opera House

TRENDING
Australian Chamber Orchestra

Ilya Gringolts plays Bruch

The electrifying Russian violinist returns to perform one of the most beloved Romantic violin concertos.

Concert Hall at the Opera House

Walsh Bay
Sydney Theatre Company

The Poison of Polygamy

June

A world-premiere adaptation of Australia's first Chinese-language novel, a historical frontier adventure and a morality tale for the ages.

A play by Anchuli Felicia King
Based on the novel by Wong Shee Ping, Translated by Ely Finch
Directed by Courtney Stewart

Wharf 1 Theatre

April
Sydney Opera House

Elvis Costello & The Imposters

April

For the first time in 17 years, legendary singer-songwriter and rock icon Elvis Costello returns to the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall for two electrifying, career-spanning performances.

Concert Hall at the Opera House

March
Opera Australia

Madama Butterfly

March

Constrained, cocooned, caught in a moment of desire, Butterfly is incandescent. In her embrace, Pinkerton finds paradise, then cruelly condemns his bride to purgatory.

by Giacomo Puccini, with an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa.

Mrs Macquaries Point

Gosford
Central Coast Leagues Club

The Angels

June

This is it, folks The Angels, Total Recharge.

Central Coast Leagues Club from $45

April
Wright&Grainger

The Gods The Gods The Gods

April

This immersive theatre performance for young people is a joyful re-telling of classical myths and their Gods. A hybrid of a heart-stopping pop concert, spoken word and lyrical storytelling.

Red Tree Theatre

Diverse
Jopuka Productions

Glitter Ball Mardi Gras Viewing Party

The vibrant sounds of laughter and music will fill the air as attendees make their way into the Jopuka's youth Mardi Gras Parade viewing party.

The Launch Pad from $20

Sydney
The Australian Ballet

Identity

May

A new program from two of Australia's leading choreographers

Sydney Opera House

Sydney
Sydney Symphony Orchestra

The Music of Hans Zimmer

June

Experience the awesome power of Hans Zimmer's film scores performed live in concert by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and conductor Nicholas Buc.

Concert Hall at the Opera House $57 to $127

March
Sydney Theatre Company

Julia

March

An intimate and compelling production that brings the story behind the 'misogyny speech' to life.

By Joanna Murray-Smith
Directed by Sarah Goodes

Sydney Opera House $54 to $104

Free
Naughty Noodle

ThursGAY - TRAVELLING SOCIAL CLUB

ThursGAY IS BACK BABY! “Gallivanting through Gosford's best offerings” there is no better way to experience the bars, restaurants and spaces in our neighbourhood that want to show off their best and most welcoming side!

Free Entry

Walsh Bay
Sydney Theatre Company & Melbourne Theatre Company

Is God Is

September

A thrilling, high-powered, utterly engrossing tale of revenge from an award-winning US playwright.

By Aleshea Harris
Co-Directed by Zindzi Okenyo and Shari Sebbens

Wharf 1 Theatre

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March
Live Nation

Clannad - In a Lifetime

The multi-award winning Clannad have without doubt done more than any other group to take Irish music and the Irish language to a worldwide audience.

State Theatre

Sydney Opera House

Celebrate the Extraordinary

We're turning 50 and everyone's invited

Sydney Opera House

TRENDING
Jopuka Productions

Charlie Pilgrim - A Beginner's Guide To Time Travel

What if a primary school aged kid messed with spacetime while trying to fix a moment in the past and got herself stuck in a time loop. And what if she gets all her friends to try and help her to get out of the time loop and these friends turn out to be just different versions of herself?

by Sam O'Sullivan
Directed by Ethan Dale
Photo: Jamie Hornsby

The Launch Pad from $28

Add-On
Sydney Theatre Company

The Picture of Dorian Gray

Following sold out seasons around Australia, this cine-theatre sensation returns. Don't miss this limited encore.

By Oscar Wilde
Adapted and directed by Kip Williams

Roslyn Packer Theatre