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06 July, 2019
Joan Sutherland Theatre - Sydney Opera House
New South Wales
Fluttering beauty caught and pinned for his pleasure bound, beautiful still.

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

Graeme Murphy’s arresting new production of Madama Butterfly is a contemporary look at Puccini’s alluring heroine.
17 July, 2019
Perth Eye Hospital, 42 Ord Street, West Perth
You're invited to attend the Perth Glaucoma Support Group's meetings for 2019.
18 July, 2019
Billie Brown Theatre, 78 Montague Road
South Brisbane
All Breythe ever wanted was to be an actor, but this isn’t how he imagined his first big television gig – as a young Aboriginal man, being the face of a disastrous misfire of an advertisement that will get him roasted by his mob.
Rising star Meyne Wyatt’s debut play is as riveting and unflinchingly honest as his stage presence. Urgent, wryly funny and politically incendiary, City of Gold is a call for change that will sound out for years to come.
22 July, 2019
Roslyn Packer Theatre, 22 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay
24 July, 2019
Arts Centre Melbourne
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.
Directed by Bell Shakespeare’s Associate Director, James Evans (Julius Caesar) and starring Zindzi Okenyo (Antony and Cleopatra, MTC’s An Ideal Husband) as Beatrice, this Much Ado About Nothing will be a powerful exploration of the struggle for identity and self-knowledge in a male-dominated world. The pursuit of love is framed in a social context that enhances the darker themes in this timeless comic gem.
24 July, 2019
Albury Entertainment Centre, 525 Swift Street
New South Wales
Point Puer Boys’ Prison is located on a peninsula next to Port Arthur prison in Tasmania. Established in 1834, it was the first of its kind for the British Empire and an experiment that aimed to rehabilitate young offenders. On opening, there were 68 boys aged from 10 - 20. The boys were given some opportunities to learn a trade, read and write. But, this was sporadic and depended on the skills and attitudes of the guards, many of whom were once prisoners at Port Arthur. Living conditions were rough and punishments were often brutal.
31 July, 2019
The Playhouse, Canberra Theatre Centre, Civic Square, London Circuit
A delightfully clever romcom that brings the Oscar-winning film to stage.
06 August, 2019
Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall Street
New South Wales
Italian-American immigrant life colours this searing drama of love and revenge set in 1950’s Brooklyn. Eddie Carbone is devoted to his wife Beatrice and his niece Catherine. Beatrice’s cousins Marco and Rodolpho, having fled the poverty of Sicily, enter the US illegally, desperate to find work. As Rodolpho and Catherine fall in love, Eddie’s devotion to his niece is no longer touching, but terrifying.
09 August, 2019
Riverside Theatre, Corner Market and Church Streets, Parramatta
Packemin Productions is transforming the Riverside Theatre stage into a Greek island paradise, to burst onto stage in a brand new production of the world’s favourite feel-good musical…MAMMA MIA! A mother. A daughter. Three possible dads. And a trip down the aisle you’ll never forget! MAMMA MIA is the perfect musical for the whole family.
10 August, 2019
Playhouse, Arts Centre Melbourne 100 St Kilda Road
It’s the height of the jazz age, the roaring 20’s, and small-town girl Millie Dillmount has just arrived in New York City, ready to make her dreams come true.