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14 November, 2019
Billie Brown Theatre, 78 Montague Road
South Brisbane
In this lyrical adaptation of Sophocles’ timeless tragedy, award-winning Brisbane playwright Merlynn Tong adds an urgent modern twist, reuniting Christen O’Leary and Jessica Tovey after their triumphant pairing in Twelfth Night.
15 November, 2019
Perth Concert Hall, 5 St Georges Terrace
Enjoy listening to the Western Australia Symphony Orchestra (WASO) at a Connect Open Rehearsal. West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO) is a for-purpose not-for-profit company that thrives on the enthusiasm, passion and support of the entire community.
16 November, 2019
Sydney Opera House
New South Wales
Much Ado About Nothing is a saucy and razor-sharp battle of wits between the bickering Beatrice and Benedick, who wield words as weapons, their banter betraying their love for each other.
Much Ado About Nothing is one of Shakespeare’s contemporary comedies where romance is thwarted by dastardly plots, misinformation, false accusations, broken promises, and bumbling cops. Or is it?
16 November, 2019
Ensemble Theatre, 78 McDougall Street, Kirribilli
Heat and desire sizzle in every line of Tennessee Williams’ Deep South tale of lust, jealousy and betrayal.
19 November, 2019
Vision Australia Ringwood, 3 Civic Place
Come and join our specialised technology course and learn new skills to support your independence, and make day to day tasks easier. This course will be led by our experts specialising in assistive technology who will support you in practicing your new skills.
23 November, 2019
The Playhouse, Canberra Theatre Centre, Civic Square, London Circuit
A hilarious recap of the year's biggest political moments.
23 November, 2019
Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre Melbourne 100 St Kilda Road
Rosalind Franklin was one of the great scientists of the 20th century. In 1952 she used x-ray diffraction photography to examine the intricate structure of DNA, but her trail blazing work was never recognised. The scientific establishment at King’s College, London simply could not cope with her genius, her self-confidence or her stern disregard for authority. Threatened by her brilliance, Rosalind’s rivals scandalously stole her research and were awarded the Nobel Prize for discovering the double helix.
24 November, 2019
Sydney Lyric Theatre, 55 Pirrama Rd
Featuring music by the legendary Elton John, Billy Elliot the Musical is an extraordinary theatrical experience that has captivated audiences around the world. Seen by over 12 million people worldwide and acclaimed by audiences and critics alike, Billy Elliot is the recipient of over 85 awards internationally.
27 November, 2019
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, cnr Grey and Melbourne St
South Brisbane
A true New York City Institution, CHICAGO has everything that makes Broadway great: a universal tale of fame, fortune and all that jazz; one show-stopping song after another; and the slickest dancing in town.
30 November, 2019
State Theatre, Arts Centre Melbourne 100 St Kilda Road
When Pavarotti sang out the top B in Puccini’s ‘Nessun dorma’ across a huge crowd at the 1990 FIFA World Cup, the world collectively held its breath. A generation of football fans were learning what opera was all about - music that can transport you to another world, another place, a place where emotion wells up inside you at the sound of a single note.