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13 August, 2021
22 Hickson Road
Walsh Bay
Audio described theatre. Oscar Wilde’s century-old moral fable, packed with witticisms, is as devilishly wicked today as on its debut.
21 August, 2021
The Sumner, Southbank Theatre, 140 Southbank Boulevard, Southbank
Following the wild success of Calamity Jane, Virginia Gay ups the ante with a gender-flipped, music-filled take on Cyrano de Bergerac packed with joy, wit and aching romance. Freely adapting Edmond Rostand's literary classic, Gay gives us a delightfully self-aware theatrical rom-com for our times.
24 August, 2021
VIC, Online
Have you always dreamt of writing your life story? Maybe you’d like to leave a legacy for your family, or maybe you want to be sure your story gets told in your own words.
25 August, 2021
On the last Wednesday of each month the Vision Store presents a live webinar with David Woodbridge presenting interesting and informative topics focusing on a wide range of aids, assistive technology and mainstream technology that can assist people who are blind or have low vision.
25 August, 2021
Slip into your pyjamas, grab a warm drink and join us for a special Book Week edition of storytime.
26 August, 2021
You’re invited to Vision Australia Library’s third author event, Suitcase of Dreams: In Conversation with Tania Blanchard.
28 August, 2021
The Playhouse Theatre – Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point
Iconic and tragic

Originally programmed for Bell Shakespeare’s 30th anniversary season in 2020, Peter Evans’ critically acclaimed production of one of Shakespeare’s most iconic and tragic works returns in 2021.
28 August, 2021
32 Burelli St, Wollongong
Lily’s grandmother was a beauty queen back in Hong Kong. She doesn’t care that times have changed and that Lily lives in a new country and a new century.
02 September, 2021
Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall Street
Laugh-out-loud funny and brutally honest, Killing Katie re-opens the book on female alliances, guilt and the mysterious forces that can either make or break a friendship group. With a hilarious ensemble cast of five extraordinary women, don’t miss Tracey Trinder’s slice of book noir.