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ALEX Theatre St Kilda

135 Fitzroy Street
St. Kilda
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Northcote Town Hall Arts Centre
Bookings: darebinarts.com.au

 

 

 

 
     
     

 

ARTS HOUSE
North Melbourne Town Hall
521 Queensbury St. North Melbourne
Bookings: 03 9322 3720

 

 


 

Arts Centre
Melbourne

 

Applications now open for the 2021 Frank Van Straten Fellowship

The Australoian Performing Arts Collection and the Arts Centre are committed to providing opportunities for Victoria's creative community with the 2021 Frank Vnn Straten Fellowship. Applications are now open and close Friday October 30. 2020 for a Fellowship which commences in March 2021, subject to COVID-19 restrictions.
The key objective of the Frank Van Straten Fellowship program is to enhance the analysis, discoverability and interpretation of the Australian Performing Arts Collection through high quality research and/or creative works that will resonate with audiences.
The fellow will be given the time, spaceand support to undertake research aligned to the Australian Performing Arts Collection's key subject areas: circus, dance, music, opera and theatre (which includes comedy, vaudevilleand ,magic).
The progranm also creates opportunitys for the wider community to accessthe Australian Performing ArtsCollection through the outcomes of Fellowship projects.
2020 Frank Van Straten fellow Dr Kate Rice is working on a series of historic projects which will evewntuate in the release of a podcast series in late 2020.
Dr Rice's podcasts will invite listners on a journey to discver stories from another era including the 1010 pandemic that forced closure of theatres.
For more inforemation about Arts Centre Melbourne please visit www.artscentremelbourne.com.au or phone 1300 182 183.

LatestUpdate

Arts Centre Melbourne has postponed welcoming visitors back to its veneus followung the recent changes to public health restrictins in Victoria. The ghost lights will stay on a little longer wth scheduled reopening perofmances and events on hold.

Below Postponed till further notice.

Following the latest Victorian Government gudelines, scheduled performances and events from June 27. 2020 are currently postponed.
For ticket holders booked to attend an upcoming performance, when a new date is confrmed Arts Centre Melbourne will contact you by email
Cancvelled Performances:
Tickets for performances purchased through an authorised outlet will be fully7 refunded, inclusing fees.
If you have purchaesde your ticjets through Arts Centre Melbourne you do not need to contact ACM.
Ticket refunds will be processed automatically and the team are working as wuickly as possible to process all refuinds.
All tickets purchased with a credit card will be automatically refunded back to the original credit card used at the time of the booking. once ACM processes the refind please allow plenty of time for this to show on your credit card statement. For tickets purchased using cash, EFTPOS or a credit card that has now espired the ACM team will contact you directly to discuss the refund process.

RESCHEDULED PERFORMANCES:
ACM is working tirelessly to reschedule as many performances as possible. When a new date is confiremd for an affected performance, ACM will advise you by email. You will be issued with new tickets for the rescheduled date prior to the performance.

The following is a list of performances still to be rescheduled:

American Psycjo: The Musical.
Archie Roach
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Human Nature
MXO Xkyfall in Concert
Yma sumac: The Peruvian Songbird
Ghostly Machines
Ali McGregor's Late-Nite Variety-Nite Night
Fridays at the Playhouse Lounge
Winter School Holidays.

The following is a list of rescheduled Performances:
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Birds of Tokyo with Melbouerne Symphony Orchestra
Bluery's Big Play
Celebrating Nina Simone
Daniel Sloss- Hubris
Evis King ot the World
Gospel according to Paul
Hooked on Classics
Judith Lucy vs. Mwn
Lemon through a Glass Onion
Melbourne Music Bus Tour
Nurse Georgie
Off the Charts
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra's Fantasia in Concert
Rolling Thunder Vietnam|
Sheku Kanneh-Mason
Tim Minchin
The Umbilical Brothers
Truskload od Sky - The Lost songs of DavisMcComb
If you have any other ticketing inquiries please email tickets@artscentremelbourne.com.au keepong in mind that ACM will be experiencing a high volume of inquiroes.


Arts Centre Mebourne will begin welcoming Victorians back to its Theatre Building, under the iconic spire, in time for the winter school holidays in the first part if a staged re-opning beginning with the opening of its outdoor cafe PROTAGONIST
The decision follows the Victorian Gvenment'a move4 to ease restrictions, based on the advice of tthe Chief Health Officer.
A range of public health, hygiene and ohysical distancing measure will be put in place. Arts Centre Melbourne encourages visitors to use the Australian /Government's COVIDDsfe app.
What will open:
Four special offers will be available to visitors starting June 27: self-guided tours of the Theatres building, unique food and beverage experiences, the Australian Music Vault Exhibition and Ghostly Machines - an astounding technology experience in neighbouring Hamerr Hall.
Ghostly Machines, a production that debuted in 2014 in Hamer Hall, showcases the venue's massive lighting riggingthat hovers over the stage in an automated chorepgraphed "dance". It was created, scipted and programmed by Arts Centre Melbourne's own production and lighting teams and it is a thrill to be able to bring it back as part of the Centre's return to activity.
Arst Centre Melbourne's Together With You digital content hub will continue to bring the est of the performing arts to ausiences at home, inclufing performance recordings, educational workshops, artist interviews, podcasts and six more episodes of the ppular weekly musical enterainment show Big Night In with John Foreman, the Aussie Pops Orchestra and a host of other artists and performers.
The Arts Centre Melbourne car park will continue to be open to the public but can not be booked online via the Arts Centre Melbourne website.

Arts Centre Melbourne has begun tunrning off ts ghost lights to welcome back visitors from Saturday June 27 with music and cabaret on the Playhouse stage, a spectacular light and sound installation at Hamer Hall and fun activities for families on the Forecourt.
The program is the first part of a staged reopening following the Victorian Government's gradual easong of coronvirus (COVID-19) restrictions.

Famlies will have the chance to participate i Winter School Holidays activities over 12 days starting Saturday June 27. 2020. The program 3hich will employ 15 external local artists and artsw workers, will begin with Polyglot Theatre's Boats, a plsyful acitivity where large lightweight boats propelled byu a flurry of feet enable families working s crew to voyage across the high seas.

From Wednesday Juky 98.2020. Born in a Taxi's The Curious Game (originally commisioned by Ats Centre Melbourne) eturns, bringing to life characters from an over-sixed chess board in a game for all ages. On the final weekendf, Thomas& Wells will be creating " Window Theatre" in the Arts Centre Melbourne Theatres building. This is a virtually striking interactive and responsive performance concept that will surprise, enthral, amuse and engage passers-by and transform the forecourt precint.

As part of Artsw Centre Melbourne's reopening program the AustralianM usic Vault, a free exhibitionshowcasing Australian music and iconic objects from our Australian Performing Arts Collection will reopen to the public. There will be self-guided tours of the Theatrea Building, and Arts Centre Melbourne's award-winning café Protoganist will be open for delicious food and beverages.

Visitors to Arts Centre Melbourne will be required to provide contact details to assist with contact tracing with privacy regulations adhered to. All vivitors are encouraged to download the Australian Government's COVID-19 Safe app to assist with rapid tracing.
Patrons are requested not to attend t6he venuies if unwell. All cancellations due to ill health eill receive a refund. Arts Centre Melbourne is maintaining srict ohysical distanve measures ( 1 person per 4 square metres and 1.5 metres apart). Patrons are advised to be patient and give others space, make use of hand sanitisers and wash their hands frequently while on site.


 
 

 

 

 
     

 

Athenaeum Theatre
Bookings: 03 9650 1500 or 132 849

 

 

 

 

 

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Birrarung Marr

 

 

 




 
     
     

 

The Burrow
83 Brunswick St. Fitzroy

 
 
 
 
 
 

 


The Butterfly Club
5 Carson Place (off Little Collins Street) Melbourne
Bookings: 61 3 9663 8107

 

Capitol Arcade
Howey Place Mebourne
Bookings: click here melbournefringe.com.au

Chamber Made
Bookings: festival.melbourne/2019/events/diaspora/

 


 
     
     

 


Chapel off Chapel

Bookings: 61 3 8290 7000

     
 

 

 
     

 

Circus Oz

Bookings: ticketek.com.au
Ph 136 100

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Cirque Du Soleil

 

 

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Comedy Theatre

Bookings: 132 849

 

Fiddler on the Roof

Producers Opera Australia and John Frost are disappointed to annpounce that both the Sydney and Melourne seasons of Fiddler on the Roof are unable to proceed for reasons outside their control stemming from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and related government restrrictions that have been implemented to reduce the spread of the virus.
Although the show was not due to open until September, this heart-warming musical has been hit hard by the international travel ban, making it impossible for the key creative members, including Oscar and Tony Award-winning dirctor Joel; Grey, to travel from the USA for rehearsals, rendering it impossible to stage the show on all its glory, much to the great disappointment of all those involved.
While this decision is a devastating blow to all the performers and crews involved, ensuring the health and well-being of artists, staff and the community as a whole is the absolute priority.
The comany thank s their patrons, staff, sponsors and the community for their patience and support as they work through these difficult times.
Patrons who purchased tickets to Fiddler on the Roof will be contacted with details regarding the refund process, and are also asked to consider where possible donating the value of the ticket back to the company of exchanging for a gift voucher that is valid for three years.

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Costa Hall
DeakinUniversity

 

 

The 86
185 Smith Street
Collingwood

 

Fairfax Studio
Bookings: 1300 182 183
Ticketmaster: 136 100.

 
 
     
 

 

 

 

 

 

45 downstairs
45 Flinders Lane Melbourne
61 3 9662 9966

 

 

Gasworks
Bookings: 61 3 9699 3253.

Hamer Hall
Bookings: 1300 182 183

 

Her Majesty's Theatre

Hisense Arena
Olympic Boulevard Richmond.
Bookings: 132 849
www.ticketek.com.au

 

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Labassa
2 Manor Grove North Caulfield
Bookings: 03 0429 3004

The Lawler
Southbank Theatre
Bookings: 03 8688 0800

 

La Mama

Bookings:61 3 9347 6142

 

 

I have to report some very sad news inasmuch as recently La Mama had a very bad fire and was completely destroyed. The forthcoming shows at La Mama will be transferred to otther venues and when notification is forwarded Pktheatre will keep in touch.

 

La Mama Courthouse

 


La Mama for Kids

La Mama Musica

 

The Burrow
83 Brunswick St.
Fitzroy

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Malthouse Theatre
In Oscar Wilde's mostr famous comedy of lies, Jack an
Bookings: 61 3 9685 5111.

 
Malthouse Theatre advises that it is temporarily Closed.

BECKETT THEATRE

 

 

MERLYN THEATRE

 

 

 

 


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Tower Theatre

 

Artist-Curated Events

 

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Margaret Court Arena
Bookings: www.ticketek.com

The MC Showroom
Unit 1/ 48 Clifton St. Prahran
Bookings: www. trybooking.com/www.themcdhowroom.com

Due to current COVID-19 restrictions all ticketed events have been postponed until further notice.

Meat Market Stables
3 Blackwood St.
Melbourne
Bookings: www.ticketbo.com.su/millennialdreams

 


 
     
     

 

Mechanic's Institute
270 Sydney Rd. Brunswick
Bookings: www.metanoiatheatre.com

 

Melbourne French Theatre

203 -205 Canning St. Carlton
Bookings: 61 3 9349 2250

 


Melbourne Recital Centre
Southbank Boulevard, Southbank
Bookings: www.folliesinconcert.com.au

 

ElizabElizabeth Murdoch Hall

 

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Melbourne Shakespeare Company

     
 

 

 
     

 

 

Melbourne Theatre Company

Bookings: 1300 136 166

     
     
     

 

Metanoia Theatre
270 Sydney Road Brunswick
Bookings: 61 3 9387 3376

 

Palais Theatre

136 100

The Pavilion

 

Playhouse
Arts Centre Melbourne

     
 

Ali McMcGregor's Late-Nite-Variety-Nite

Beginning Saturday June 27 for several weeks Arts Centre Melbourne's Playhouse stagbe will transform into the Playhouse Lounge, a salon-style performance venue where audiences sit on the stage to enjoy the very best of local music, comedy, cabaret,m burleswue and contemporary performance while enjoying a bespoke menu of food and beverages designed to suit the event. The seaon will aupport more than 70 independent local artists as they entrtain the sudiences.
Launching the season on June 27 will be Ali McGregor's Late-Nite-Variety-Nite Night every Saturday night at 6.30pm and 9pm, featuring laugth=out=loud comedy acts, saucy burlesque, and heart-stopping cabaret gorm Melbpourne's finest acts handpicked by McGregor.

Visitors to Arts Centre Melbourne will be required to provide contact details to assist with contact tracing with privacy regulations adhered to. All vivitors are encouraged to download the Australian Government's COVID-19 Safe app to assist with rapid tracing.
Patrons are requested not to attend t6he venuies if unwell. All cancellations due to ill health eill receive a refund. Arts Centre Melbourne is maintaining srict ohysical distanve measures ( 1 person per 4 square metres and 1.5 metres apart). Patrons are advised to be patient and give others space, make use of hand sanitisers and wash their hands frequently while on site.


 
     

 

The National Institute of Circus Arts

Bookings: 61 3 9214 6974



Apply now to Study at NICA

NICA is curtrently accepting applications for entry to Bachelor of Circus Arts and Certificate IV in Circus Arts 2021.
As always NICA welcomes applicants with a circus background, but many of the students come from bacjgrounds and ciscilolines outsife of circus. NICA's Bachelor f Circus Arts profes a great career opportunity for those with some background in physical training such as circus, sport, dance, physical theatre, gymnastics, acrobatics, martial arts, diving, trampoline and more. NICA's successful graduates come from a range of backgrounds, but primarily are risk takersm thrill seekers and just hard workers. If you, or someone you hnow fits this description you could use your skills to launch a creative career that coulsd take you around the world.
Online applications through Swinbourne University of Technology close Octeber 16, 2020 and selected applicants will be invited to submit a video audition by November 13. 2020.
For more information about NICA's audition process or any other qustions aboutr studyong at NICA please email to auditions@nica.com.au

BACHELOR OF CIRCUS ARTS:
The Bachelor of Circus Arts ewuips students with the skills, networks and knowledge to establish a career on the world stage of cicus and physical theatre, it is the highest level of accredited circus training in Australia.
Students participate on two speciality apparatus activities, a group act, and strength, fitness and conditioning classes,Students develop their performance skills in a variety of settings within NICA 's world class facilities. Academic units include circus history, music, arts business management, theatre production and anatomy.
NICA collaborates with institutions including the Australian ballet School, AFTRS, NIDA and Circus Oz. Second year international excursions have included visits to Montreal, Russia, rnace, China and the USA.

CERTIFICATE IV in CIRCUS ARTS:
NICA Certificate IV in Circus Arts is a one year full-time course. This is a highly disciplined and structured program with a great deal of scope for creativity.
Foundation training includes strength and conditioning, acrobatica and flexibility. Students focus on their area of specialixation ad fevelop communication and performance skills through group and partner work.
For many Certificate IV graduates this course is a great springboard to work in the performaing arts industry, including coommunity and contemporary circus, stunt work, theatre arts, dance, and technical production. The Sertificate IV course equips students with knoweledge and skills to audition for the Bachelor of Circus Arts.

WHICH NICA COURSE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?


BACHELOR OF CIRCUS ARTS:
Ewuips you with the expertise, knowledge, skills andd experience to succeed in professional circus.
three years
36 contact hours per week
two circus specialities>
Entry requirement Year 12 or equivilent _auditions@nica.com.au + a minimum study score of 25 in any VCE units 3/4 English ( or 30 in EAL) + auditrion, interview and medical assessment.
Course fee: $14,690 per year FEE-HELP is available to all eligoible students.

CERTIFICATE IV in CIRCUS ARTS;
Introductoryy experience into high perfoormance circus arts training.
One year
20 contact hourrs per week.
One circus speciality
Etry requirement: Recommended Year 12 or equivielent including any VCE Units 3/4 English + audition, interview and medical assessment.
Full courses fee $13,400+
Phone +61 3 9214 6975
Mail address:
National Institute f Circus Arts )aNICA)
PO BOX 1277
Endsor Victoria 3181
Australia

 

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The Owl and Cat
trybooking.com/174922

THE OWL & CAT THEATRE - VENUE CLOSURE.

Dear reader, 

A lot of electro swing, drinking & theatre making later... the time has come to close the doors on the old haunted house style theatre venue (with terrible signage. I know!) on swan street. Thomas & I got a crazy idea & we ran with it. 50 or so shows later - that crazy idea has grown into what I like to believe is now a key part of the Melbourne theatre scene.

I have had the joy of watching SO many artists grow & gain opportunities & experience, what a gift! The thank you letters & messages from artists who wouldn't be were they are now if it wasn't for something we did or said or simply enabled them to do, are enough to make my life complete. From musicians to set designers to actors & visual artists. The Owl & Cat Theatre has become known & appreciated as a space of equality, acceptance, & artistic expression. It's a home to fearlessness & compassion & heaps & heaps of dust. I have seen audiences filled with awe & inspiration & genuine insight. All of THAT I would pay twice for then again & again & even over once more. 

In the coming year we will continue our production partnership with our Alaskan family at The Last Frontier Theatre Conference in Alaska & we will continue to push boundaries & support new playwrights in different locations. I don't know where the wind will take us just yet but I am excited to find out. I look to MKA as inspiration in this challenging time & I look to all the people that gathered around 2 crazy kids fresh out of a drama degree who wanted to make new theatre. Thank you to those people. The ones who kept the space alive this long. (I tried to write a list of names & this paragraph actually got out of h& - you know who you are - I love you) 

I am honored that I was given this experience & I urge you too remember this at this time - I will remember it too.. we are not a building .. we are artists who work together to tell stories, stories that help people to understand themselves & others more. Theatre has an amazing ability to bring people together & that can't be taken away. 

The Owl & Cat will continue to make theatre, & continue to try new ideas fearlessly, we will continue to make art that tackles anything head on & continue to take submissions. Stay updated via our website - www.owlandcat.com.au

I'm incredibly proud of so so so many things we have created over the years like ORGASM, Boys Club, Tinder Box, Erasers, Bordello, killers, RIOT, our sets, The Main Stage seasons, giving poetry nights a venue & hosting friends parties.. oooh baby our parties (they are always great let's be honest!). Just to name a few. I am chuffed that playwrights flew across the globe to see their work on our little concrete stage from the USA & LONDON. 

What I am most proud of though- is something that we can continue from any space. I am so proud that we take the time to consider everyone. Thomas would read scripts for weeks on end literally weeks - all day every day just reading play after play to ensure all the writers who bothered to submit got a fair go, he would demand world premieres even if they don't sell because writers need a chance. I would sit for hours to watch every actor who registered to audition with an open mind no matter what school they went too or experience they had. I remember the rejection emails as a younger actor. & I do understand the time & financial restraints from the other side of it- but that's why I am proud. We did it anyway. Why? Because we love theatre & we know what it is like to fight for what you believe in. The fight can't be easy or it's dull - but you need someone to give you water ringside right? When the people, who wouldn't otherwise have had the chance to try, did with us... & then they succeeded... man... let me tell you, that is better than any drug on this earth. 

A little bit of my heart will stay on Swan Street... BUT no matter where the Owl & Cat's home is - I have no doubt that this spirit of acceptance; innovation & joy will follow us there. 

As Catherine Holder & Carolyn Dawes (Who have been integral to the longevity of this whole operation to date) reminded me on my birthday... 'if you build it they will come'. 

I will keep building & I hope you will come. 

STAY TUNED.... meow.... 

Sincerely,

Gabrielle Savrone

Mistress of The Owl & Cat Theatre  

 

 

Palms at Crown
Bookings: 1300 795 012

The Pavilion at Docklands
Bookings: Ticketmaster 136 1

 

 

Placeta Theatre
Bookings: 61 3 9905 1111

 

Plenary Theatre
Bookings: 136 100

 


Poppy Seed Theatre Festival
Bookings: poppyseed.com.au

 

Q44 Theatre
1st Floor 550 Swan Street Ricmond

 

Red Stitch Actors

ings: Bookings: 61 3 9533 8083
www.redstitch.net3

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Dear Australia

Between July 2 0 5.2020 50 fearless and inspiring newshort works from some of Australi's best known playwrights will be livestreamed by more than 30 performing arts oeganisations from across australia./ At a time a pzndemic has forced reflection and change,. these playwrights have responded to questions that get to the heasrt of where our nation is and where it might go.
Commissioned by P;aywriting Australia the 50 monologues have been recorded by 50 actors including Red Stitches own Emily Goddard and Kevin Hofbauer nany in their own homes. These 50postcards to Dear Australia are comdortig, confronting, and an unique celebration of /australian voices.
Dear Australia livestreams over three nights, Thursday July 2, Friday Jily 3 & Sunday July 5, on multiple acebook pages and on PlaywritingAustraslia's You Tube channel.

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Regent Theatre
Bookings: 1300 111 011

 

Regent Theatre Update

\One of Melboune's most iconic landmarks, the Regent Theatre, will re-open its doors to the public in January 2020 , revealing a major refurbishment of the much-loved auditorium, foyers and amenities..
|Working in collaboration with Heritage Victoria, and closely with a team of renowned achitects, theatre designers, specialist builders, expert trades and craft people - and the knowledge and experience of the theatre operators Marriner Group - this $19.4 million refurbishment has been three years in the planning and eight months in construction. The refurbishment has been undertaken as a partnership between the Victorian State Government, the City of Melbourne and Marriner Group. The Regent will reopen with the internationall theatrical event War Horse (see beloe), followed by the insoring Billy Elliot the Musical. These productions follow in the footsteps of some of the woprld's most prestigious theatrical events to be hosted at the Regent, including Sunset Boulevard, Wicked, Love Never Dies, Singin' in the Rain and The Lion King. to name a few.
The refurbishment undertaken throughout 2019 will ensutre the theatre continuies to be one of Melbourne's cultural icons anf a world-class live performance venue for generations to come.

Some ofthe works underaken included:
Construction od a 4-metre extension to the Dress Circle balcony, bringing the audience and performers closer together.
Installation of brand new comforble seating, retaining the luxuriousness and cinema-style charm of the old chairs and a 170 new leather chairs in the Dress Circle. The refurbishment will also ensure improved views of the stage from every seat in the theare.
Tha bars and foyers have been upgraded and additional ladies bathrooms, ensuring the best amenity og any theatre and
Painstaking and extensive repair and restoration of the ornate plasterwork and the grand and glittering crystal chandelier in the auditorium has undegone a full restoration.
Refurbishment by number:
4 metre balconey extension
32,000 metres of cabling
102 tonnes of steel
6,400 square metres of carpet
3,700 individual crystals cleaned, polished and rewired in the chandelier
10.5 tonnes of olaster casting
192 new seats coloser to the stage.

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Rod Laver Arena
Bookings: 132 849

 

State Theatre
Bookings: 1300 182 183

 



The
Athenaeum
Bookings: 136 100 & 61 3 9650 1500.

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TheatreWorks

Bookings: 61 3 9534 3388

Trades Hall - |
New Council Chambers
Cnr Victoria St. & Lygon St. Carlton
Bookings: 136 100

 

 

Tuxedo Cat
17 - 23 Will St. Melbourne
Bookings: comedyfestival.com.au/2015/season/shows/lazy-susan-miss-itchy-s


 

 

Space 28 VCA Drama

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The Arcadia
Entertainment Quarter , Moore Park


Channing Tatum's Magic Mike Live to open inMelbourne May 2020.

Conceived and co-directed by Channing Tatum, Magic Mike Live is a thrilling, sexy live dance and acrobatic spectacular based on the hit movies Magic Mike and Magic Mike XXL. Magic Mike Live will begin its strictly limited run in a brand new, bespoke venue at Birrarung Marr in Melbopurne on May 26. Equal parts empowering and exhilerating, Magic Mike Live is one of the most unique, immersive live-entratainment experiences in the world.
"The movies did so amazingly here, we knew we had to figure out how to raise our game to do something this audience would love," said creator and director Channing Tatum. It took a few years for it to all come together but... man... did it come together. We have something plsnned for Australia that is going to blow your minds.
Channing is referreing not only to the show, which will pull together all the best aspects of the other three productions around the world, but also to the one-of-a-kind venue that the Magic Mike Live team has dreamt up for Australia. In cooperation with Het Spiegelpaleis in Belgium, the production has created the world's largest Spiegeltent, The Arcadia. Named after the mythical utopia, The Arcadia is a beautiful two story. fully-customized 600-seat venue where every seat, every finish, every detail has been meticulously curated by Channing anf the Magic Mike Live creative team especially for the women of Australia.
With a two-story glass lobby, beautiful custom bars, a mini food hall, an indoor/outdoor lounge area and a special photo gallery curated by Channing, the venue becomes a character in this unparralleled evening of sultry entertainment. With a cast of 20 world class performers and 15 of the most talented mae dancers in the world, Magic Mike Live unfilds in front of, behind and above the audience eveloping patrons in an unfergettable, 360 degree, whirlwind of dance, comedy and exraordinary acrobatics.
Magic Mike Live guests must be at least 18 years to attend.
Booking and Season: Venue: The Arcadia. entertainment CentreMoore Park
From Thursday November 19. 2020.
Times: Tuesday & Wednesday at 7pm.
Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 7pm & 8.30pm
Sunday t 5pm & 7.30pm.
Bookings: Ticketmaster.com.au or 1300 795 267
Group Bookings: 10 or more. groups@ticketmaster.com.au or1300 889 278.



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Acer Arena Sydney
Olympic Boulevard Olympic Park

 

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ANZ Stadium Sydney

 

 

 
     
     

 

 

Belvoir St. Theatre
Bookings: 61` 2 9699 3444

 

 

 

 

Belvoir St. Downstairs Theatre
Booking: 61 2 9699 3444

 

 

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Bondi Pavilion Theatre
Bookings: 1300 241 167

 

Capitol Theatre

Bookings: 1300 723 038

 

Civic Theatre
Newcastle

 

CIRQUE du SOLEIL

Cirque du Solieil takes fans on a voyage to the mythical worlds of TORUK, DRALION and AMALUNA.
Pemiering July 24, 2020 at 3pm ET on Cirque Connect cirquedusoleil.com/cirqueconnect
Moved by a desire to stay connected to its fans while all ofis shows are on pause, Cirque du Soleil launched CirqueConnect, its digital content hub available at cirquedusoleil.com/cirquwconnect CirqueConnect provides a source of igh-quality entertainment for fans to enjoy from ther comfort of their homes. This platform is filled with footage from various Cirque du Soleil multimedia offerings, including 60-minute specials, firtual reality experiences, content scens and tutorials, music and family-friendly favourites.
Cirque du Soleil continues to surprise and delight fans around t6he world this week with a brand-new 60 minute special premiering Friday on CirqueConnect. The new hour-long special will stream live at 3pm ET on July 24th and will take viewers on a journey through sumptious and vibrant worlds suspendedsomewhere between dreams and reality.
first fans will be transported to Pandora, the land of Avatar™ with excerpts from TORUK-The First Flight featuring tumbing acts, aerial silks and an incredible handbalancing performance. Then viewers will experience the mythical world of Dralion, where "East meets West" on a never-ending quest for harmony, through awe-inspiring creations of strength and agility, including a hoop diving act derived from Chinese acrobatic tradition, high-octane tumbling sequences as well as an impressive teeterboard performance/. Finally, fans will be taken to the mystrious island of Amuluna to bear witness to the passage of feminine wisdom from generation to generation, with excerpts featuring a chorepgraphy inspired by an Indonesian ritual dance, a unicycle duo act and a breathtaking Chinese pole performance.
The physical and spiritual melding of choreography, acting and incedible athletic feats are testimony to the dedication of the hundredso of castr and crew who have worked on these travelling shows. Guaranteed to stir the senses and invoke wonder after the "curtain closes" viewers will be transported to a lace like no other.
Tune 0in details: Friday July 24th at 12pm PST/3pm ET at cirquedusileil.com/cirqueconnect
The weekly CirqueConnect speciaqls remain available on the CirqueConnect content hub following the premiere events for fans to watch or rewatch.

 
     
     

 

 

The Concourse
Chatswood

   

 

   
     

 


Concert Hall
Sydney Opera House
Bookings: 61 2 8215 4600

 

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Darling Theatre ICC
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Darlinghurst Theatre Company
Bookings: 61 2 8356 9987


Drama Theatre S.O.H
Bookings: 61 2 9250 1777

 

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Enmore Theatre

 

Griffin Theatre
Stables Theatre
Bookings: 1300 308 776
61 2 9361 3817


 

Griffin Theatre

With great sadness, Declan, Karen and the Board of Griffin Theatre Company are today announcing the temporary closure of the ABW Atabe's Theatre.

Two small rays of light.
Debra Oswald's Is There Something Wrong Eith That Lady? will be rescheduled later in the year. Griffin will contact ticket buyers in due course.
Though Bach Festival is cancelled, Griffin wll be working with some of the artists to adapt their showes to online formats.Griffin will continue operating with a skeleton staff at their home of 13 Vraigend St, with the rest of the team working from home. Office and Box Office hoursa are now 11am - 4pm Monday to Frioday.
REFUND & TICKET EXCHANGES:|
This is a difficult time for Griffin, but it cannot compare to the experience of many freelance artists and caseal emplyees working in the arts inductry - who are waking up every morning to dee their year;s income evaporate.
For this reason, Griffin will provide financial support to contracted individuals whereever possible - this will include actors, directors, stage managers and designers employed on cancelled shws.
Griffin's casual Box Office, Bar, and front of house staff will continue to be paid through this period, with some creative adjustments to their responsibilities.
Griifin knows this the right thing to do, but as a tiny company t will put us under serius financial strain. Griffin ask that if you already have a ticket to Cusp, Kindness or a Bach Festival Show, please consider converting your ticket price to a tax deductible donation, with receipt provided. If you can afford to do this, your ticket will go towards supporting someone's livlihood in an uncertain time.

Every play we've produced over the past 40 years, every story that's captured the imagination, every writer who's had their first break at Griffin, all had one thing in common.
Griffin is not just the home of new Australian writng -it's also the home of people who believe in the importanvce pof plays and playwrights. And one can't exist without the other.
In a tumultuous year, Griffin has bone from strength to strength, coniually evolving our artistic program while remaining loyal to our mission of producing the best new Australian plays in the country. And with your help, we can hit evengreater heights.

Make a Donation:
A large part of what we do is made possible through the generous support of our patrons-please consider donating to Griffin.
Any questions please contact the Cevelopment manager - Will Harvey - on (02) 9332 1052.

Special Extras

Griffin Theatre is thrilled to announce playwright, director and dramaturge Declan Greene as the next Artistic director of the company.
The first playwright to be appointed to the position in nearly 20 years, Declan'd creative practice is closely aligned with the company's ethos of creative risk taking and courageous playwriting. Griffin is Australia's leading new writing theatre. dedicated tonurturing Australian playwrights and bringing ambitious, bold and urgent Australian plays from page to stage

2020 Season

Super Heroes

by Mark Rogers

In Thirroul, Emily sitss on the beach with her sort-of-ex-sort-of-not boyfriend, trying how to deal with her unwanted pregnancy.
In Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovna, Jana goes out to get groceriesand slams into the day-to-day reality of the European refugee crisis.
Superheroes is a play about two women on opposite sides of the world living small lives in a time of big politics. It'sa play that parallels two very different lives to ask questions about what it means to take responsibility for your actions, and what it meanst to shange your mind.
Season:September 4 - October 10. 2020

Wicked Sisters

by Alma De Groen

Alec Hobbes, famed genius, socialist Darwinist, and artificial intelligence researcher is dead. But his computer algorithm lives on, still working away in his study, and his widow Meridee tiptoes around the machine much like she did around her husband for most of their marriage. Her friends Judith and Lydia turn uo to shake their friend out of her isolation and self-neglect. What promises to be a weekend of laaughter and wine turns comically savage when Hester arrives and truths boput the past start to tear at the fabric of friendship.
Season: November 6 - December 12. 2020

Free Events

50 Years of the Stables

2020 marks the 50th birthday of Griffin's home the Stables Theatre. Griffin will be celebrating all year long with a range of special programs and events that Griffin hopes you'll love.
Paly Readings:
Revisit seminal works from the Stables' 50 year canon. this series of staged play readings across 2020 will celebrate important Australian works, many of which made their debut on the Stables stage. The readings will be brought to life by some of Austrtalia's finest directors, with several cast members reprising their iconic roles.
Podcasts:
Cive into the history of the Stables in this special monthly podcasts series, You'll expore the history of the iconic building, delve into the many exciting and formative qrks performed on the Stables stage, and hear from some of the country's most celebrated artists including tommy Murphy, Anna Volska and Ros Horin.
The Stables at Sydney Festival"
Griffen will commorate the 50 years of the Stables celebration with a special panel about the journey of play to screen at Sydney Film Festival, June 3- 14. 2020
Stables Archive:
Austage and Griffin are teaming up to build a complete online archival record of every show ever performed at the Stables. this will be your encyclopaedic one-stop-shop for information on playwrights, productions, peformers and creatives.

Special Extras

No Standing. No Dancing.

by Phil Spencer

The latest show drom award-winning writer Phil Spencer is a notebook's woth of stories about the gentle art od cowardice, tine acts of fuck-you-mate, and why Patti Smith id the absolute boss of it all.
It' s an autobiography-meets-love-letter to indie music, an examination of parenthood ( and public pool hygiene) and a primal scram to reawaken the punk inside all of us.
Season: August 27 - 29. 2020

Enemis of Grooviness - Eat Shit

by Emma Maye Gibson and Betty Grumble

A ritual theatre work entrenched in pleasure activism, conducted by your local hysterical heretic and person of interest, Betty Grumble. This is the show she performs instead of an assassination attempt. where laughter is sharpened to a blade and the body a feeling tonic. Grumble continues her quest for world-saving and love-making via our ancestors of rock n" roll, protest and poetry. Hope Energy meets Rage Energy in this all-singing, all0hopwling cabaret du Sex Clown.
Season: October 26 - 31. 2020

Soul Trading

by Kate Walder

The year is 2079. Artificial Intelligence and humans lcoexist harmoniously. That isd, until the appearance of an exceptionally clever AI named Neutron Finch. On the first dayu of kindergarten, Neutron reads the entire literary works from the history of humanity. This grabs the attention of other AIs at the school, and they start withdrawing from their human buddies.
One night, a group of sixth graders is summonded to the oval. The AIs now know about and want souls. It's then up to the 'secret six' to solve the greatest question of all time within a week. Will their soul-searching provide the answers they need to stop the AIs becoming humanity's worse nightmare.
Season: Ocotober 14 - 24. 2020

 

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HAYES THEATRE CO.
Bookings: hayestheatre.com.au

Joan Sutherland Theatre
Sydney Opera House

 

 

 

Lyric Theatre Star city
Bookings: 1300 795 267

 

 

 

 

 

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Newcastle Entrtainment Centre

 

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Old Fitzroy Theatre
129 Dowling St. Woolloomooloo
Bookings 1300 307 264

 

Sydney Independent Theatre Company


 

Playhouse
Sydney Opera Hoiuse
Bookings: 02 9250 7777 or 136 100

 

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Qudos Bank Arena
www.ticketek.com.au.

 

 

 

 

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Riverina Theatre
Bookings: 61 2 6931 9466

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Roslyn Packer Theatre
Bookings: roslynpackertheatre.com.au

 

 

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State Theatre
Bookings: 136 100

 

 

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Sydney Allphones Arena
Bookings: www.tickettek.com.au
Ph 132 849

 

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Sydney Entertainment Centre
Bookings: 136 100

 

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Opera House

 
 
 

 

 
     

 

Sydney Theatre
Bookings: 61 2 9250 1777

 

TBC
Bookings: 1300 364 001

 

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The Star Theatre
Ticketmaster


 

 


 
     
     
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Theatre Royal
Bookings: 1300 723 038

 

The Studio

atyp Studio 1
Pier 4/5

Wharf 1
Bookings:9250 1777
online: sydneytheatre.com.au

 

Wharf 2
Bookings: 61 2 9250 1777

 

WIN Entertainment Centre Wollongong

 

 

 

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Anywhere Theatre Festival 2018

 

Queensland Theatre

 
 
 

To support wfforts to minimise the spread of the coronavirua, Queensland Theatre has made the decision to transition all employees to working from home arrangements from Monday March 30. 2020. Team members cn be reached via enail and where possible direct landline numbers will be divertede to mobile The email address for general inquiries - mail@queenslandtheatre.cm.au
The Box Office will continue to operate between 9am and 5.30pm on weekdays with staff working through cancellation and postponement arrangements with ticketholders for Triple X, Othello, QPDA play readings and the Fifty! anniversay events. The Cmpany recommends ticketholders direct ypur inquiries to sales@queenslandtheatre.com.au for prompt assistance.
This period of uncertainty is having an immense impact upon the theatre and live perfgormance industry and will continue to do so for some time. Thnak you for your support. Queensland Theatre is deeply moved by the number of patrons who have offered their ticket value as a tax- deductable donation.

The arts will continue to be essential in keeping us together as a community and the Company are excited about creating new opportunities to connect you qitht he company and the artists while we cannot cometopgether at the theatre.
The latest acvise is that Othello, Fifty Celebrations, The Children Phaedra are cancelled, TheHolidays postponed.Boy Swallows UIniverse & Prima Facie are pending.

Young Playwright's Awward

Queenslan theatre's Young Playwrights' Award is one of Australia's longest ruinnin g annual playwriting competetions for young writers. Each year, high school aged writers (Years 9 - 12) are encouraged to submit an original play which is read by a panel f professionals.
Applicants may submit an original play, written for the stage. The submitted script v=can be of any length and genre.
Applivants must also provide a rational of up to 150 words describing thrmselves as a writer and also the inspiration for the work.
The 2020 prize wiiner will receive dramaturgy sessions with Queensland Theatre andf a publicly rehearsed reading of their work.z
Entries close Mondayu July 20. 2020.
Winnr announced Monsday August 3. 2020.
For more information contact Alan Dunn, Project Officer for Education, Youth and Regional Engagement on 07 3030 7653 or adunn@queenslandtheatre.com.au
Please note, prizes are not teansferable.
To enter, please submit your play below.

Name First Last

Parent or Guardian name forst last

Parent of Guardian phone number

Email:

Confirm

Mobile phone number

Home phone number

School

Year level in 2019

Dae of Birth

Upload Script File in Word or PDF format.

Upload dopy of ID in PDF or JPEG Format

Applicans may submit a play of
any genre or theme and must also
Provide a rationale of up to 150
words describing themselves as a
writer and also the inspiration for
the work. We want to know who
you are and why you feel this
story was the one you wanted to tell

 

 
     

 

BiBille Brown StudioBlle Brown Studio
Bille Brown Theatre


ph. QTIX 136 246

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2020 Season

The Holidays

The Holidays are on holiday: 12-year-old Oliver has been pulled out of school for an unexpected road trip with his Mum and Dad, enroute to grandad's seaside shack. But grandad, an eccentric artist, is not there. In this unkempt place stuffed with memories, it seems that the Holidays - instead of getting away from it all - have taken a lot wiht them.
Season: November 14 - December 12.. 2020.
All ticket holders will be contacted in the next month to arrange transfers to the new season. A limited number of tickets will also be released for sale in October.

Prima Facie

A Tour de Force indicment of the Legal system

For criminal lawer Tessa, the law is a thrilling game that she loves to win, taking no prisoners. She has fought every step of the way for her position, and she's the best there is. Her feelings have no lace in her work - just the rules. That's why,. even when she's called upon to defend men accused of sexuality assaulting women, she detaches her feminism and her compasssion in the cut and theust of the courtroom.
But when Tessa finds hereself on the other dside of the bar - as a victim - he system she thought she had mastered starts working againdt her/.
Season: Octeber 8 - 31. 2020

 

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Brisbane Convention Centre
Bookings: www.ticketek.com.au

 

Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Bookings: 132 849

 


 

 

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Brisbane Powerhouse

Bookings: 61 7 3358 8600

 


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CIRQUE du SOLEIL

Cirque du Solieil takes fans on a voyage to the mythical worlds of TORUK, DRALION and AMALUNA.
Pemiering July 24, 2020 at 3pm ET on Cirque Connect cirquedusoleil.com/cirqueconnect
Moved by a desire to stay connected to its fans while all ofis shows are on pause, Cirque du Soleil launched CirqueConnect, its digital content hub available at cirquedusoleil.com/cirquwconnect CirqueConnect provides a source of igh-quality entertainment for fans to enjoy from ther comfort of their homes. This platform is filled with footage from various Cirque du Soleil multimedia offerings, including 60-minute specials, firtual reality experiences, content scens and tutorials, music and family-friendly favourites.
Cirque du Soleil continues to surprise and delight fans around t6he world this week with a brand-new 60 minute special premiering Friday on CirqueConnect. The new hour-long special will stream live at 3pm ET on July 24th and will take viewers on a journey through sumptious and vibrant worlds suspendedsomewhere between dreams and reality.
first fans will be transported to Pandora, the land of Avatar™ with excerpts from TORUK-The First Flight featuring tumbing acts, aerial silks and an incredible handbalancing performance. Then viewers will experience the mythical world of Dralion, where "East meets West" on a never-ending quest for harmony, through awe-inspiring creations of strength and agility, including a hoop diving act derived from Chinese acrobatic tradition, high-octane tumbling sequences as well as an impressive teeterboard performance/. Finally, fans will be taken to the mystrious island of Amuluna to bear witness to the passage of feminine wisdom from generation to generation, with excerpts featuring a chorepgraphy inspired by an Indonesian ritual dance, a unicycle duo act and a breathtaking Chinese pole performance.
The physical and spiritual melding of choreography, acting and incedible athletic feats are testimony to the dedication of the hundredso of castr and crew who have worked on these travelling shows. Guaranteed to stir the senses and invoke wonder after the "curtain closes" viewers will be transported to a lace like no other.
Tune 0in details: Friday July 24th at 12pm PST/3pm ET at cirquedusileil.com/cirqueconnect
The weekly CirqueConnect speciaqls remain available on the CirqueConnect content hub following the premiere events for fans to watch or rewatch.

 
     
     

 

 

Concert Hall GPAC
Bookings: 136 246

 

 

 

Cremorne Theatre

Bookings: 136 246.

 

King George Square
Bookings: 1300 364 001

 

LyricTheatre
Bookings: 136 246

 

 

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Playhouse

Bookings: QTIX136246

 

 

 

 

Studio 2 - The Greenhouse

CAIRNS

Centre of Contmporary Arts

 

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Cairns Convention Centre

 

Rondo Theatre Cairns

 

 

 

 

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Studios

Tanks Art Centre

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Casey Barnes

Town of a Million Dreams Tour gives fans the chance to hear Casey Barnes' new album played live with the high-octane and lively performance energy that Casey and his bandhave become well known for. Casey and his band will also play a number of his recehits such as A Little More, Sparks Fly, and We're Good Together which have helped make Casey Ausdtralia's fastest rising country music talent.
Season:
Season: Friday November 20. 2020.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Gold Coast

 

The Star

 

 
     
     

 




Adelaide Convention Centre

 

 
     
     

 

Adelaide Festival
Theatre.

The 91-Story Treehouse

Andy and Terry are back to face their biggest vhallenge yet when a stage adaptation of The 91-Story Treehouse plays in the Festival Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre for ten performances. Andy and Terry's Treehouse has reached an amazing 91 stories and is now more fantastically dangerous than wver, with a desrt island and a whirlpool and a giant spider!
In this adaptation Ancy and Terry are going to be challemged like never before! Mr Bignose has sent his grandchildren to the Treehouse, and they don't want to just sit quietly. Can Andy, Terry & Jill master this extreme bab
Season: ysitting challenge? What does mysterious fortune teller Madam Know-It-All really want? And will the Bige Red Button really destroy the world?
Season: September 28 - October 2. 2020.
Times: September 28 at 1pm, September 29 at 10.30am and 1pm. September 30 at 10.30am and 1pm. October 1 at 10.30am and 1pm. October 2 at 10.30am, 1pm and 6pm. Duration 60 minutes and no interval/ Suitable for children 6+
Tickets may be purchased through BASS on 131 246 or online at www.bass.net,au

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Adelaide Entertainment Centre
www.ticketek.com ph. 132 849

 

 

 


 

 

 

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Adelaide Fringe Festival
Bookings: www.adelaidefringe.com.au

 

 

Australian Performing Arts Market

 

Amy Hit Theatre

Bakehouse Theatre
Bookings: 61 8447 6211

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The Cedars
Heysen Rd Hahndorf

 

Dunstan Playhouse
Bookings Bass 131246

 

Festival Theatre
Bookings: 61 8 8205 2220

 

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Her Majesty's
Bookings: 131 246

 

 

 

Holden Street Theatre Hindmarsh
Bookings: 131 246

 

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Space Theatre
Bookings: Bass 131 246.

 

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The Barton

     
 



 
     

The Phoenix @ Masonic Lodge, Gluttony
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Theatre Royal
Bookings: 61 3 6233 2299

 

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The Ship That Never Was
Bookings: 61 3 6471 7700

The Ship That Never Was

Tasmanina's longest running play The Ship That Never Was based on a real event in 1834 when the last ship built at the convict settlement at Macquarie Harbour was about to sail for the new prison at Poet Arthur but was hijacked by 10 convict shipwrights.
So begins the story of an amazing escape, an extraordinary voyage and an intriguing twist in the tale of The Ship That Never Was.
The play tells the dramatic and hilarious true story of the Great Edcape from Sarah Island! delightful family entertainment not to be missed.
Advance bookings are necessary for all grouops. The play is approxiamately one hour and is performed every day at 5.30pm and from December 27th to January 26th at 5. 30 pm and 8.30pm.

 

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Derwent Entertainment Centre
Bookings: www.cirquedusoleil.com/quidam

 

 

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Black Swan Theatre
Bookings: 61 8 9484 1133

 

Burswood Theatre
Bookings: 1300 552 072
www.bocsticketing.com.au

 

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Cirque du Soliel
Bookings: 132 849

 

Cirque du Solieil takes fans on a voyage to the mythical worlds of TORUK, DRALION and AMALUNA.
Pemiering July 24, 2020 at 3pm ET on Cirque Connect cirquedusoleil.com/cirqueconnect
Moved by a desire to stay connected to its fans while all ofis shows are on pause, Cirque du Soleil launched CirqueConnect, its digital content hub available at cirquedusoleil.com/cirquwconnect CirqueConnect provides a source of igh-quality entertainment for fans to enjoy from ther comfort of their homes. This platform is filled with footage from various Cirque du Soleil multimedia offerings, including 60-minute specials, firtual reality experiences, content scens and tutorials, music and family-friendly favourites.
Cirque du Soleil continues to surprise and delight fans around t6he world this week with a brand-new 60 minute special premiering Friday on CirqueConnect. The new hour-long special will stream live at 3pm ET on July 24th and will take viewers on a journey through sumptious and vibrant worlds suspendedsomewhere between dreams and reality.
first fans will be transported to Pandora, the land of Avatar™ with excerpts from TORUK-The First Flight featuring tumbing acts, aerial silks and an incredible handbalancing performance. Then viewers will experience the mythical world of Dralion, where "East meets West" on a never-ending quest for harmony, through awe-inspiring creations of strength and agility, including a hoop diving act derived from Chinese acrobatic tradition, high-octane tumbling sequences as well as an impressive teeterboard performance/. Finally, fans will be taken to the mystrious island of Amuluna to bear witness to the passage of feminine wisdom from generation to generation, with excerpts featuring a chorepgraphy inspired by an Indonesian ritual dance, a unicycle duo act and a breathtaking Chinese pole performance.
The physical and spiritual melding of choreography, acting and incedible athletic feats are testimony to the dedication of the hundredso of castr and crew who have worked on these travelling shows. Guaranteed to stir the senses and invoke wonder after the "curtain closes" viewers will be transported to a lace like no other.
Tune 0in details: Friday July 24th at 12pm PST/3pm ET at cirquedusileil.com/cirqueconnect
The weekly CirqueConnect speciaqls remain available on the CirqueConnect content hub following the premiere events for fans to watch or rewatch.

 

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Crown Theatre
Bookings: 132 849

 
 
 

 

 
     

 

His Majesty's
Bookings: 1300 795 012

  

 

 

 

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Perth Arena
Bookings: 132 849

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Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
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RAC Arena

 

 


 

 

 

Regal Theatre
Bookings 132 849

Riverside Theatre PCEC
Bookings: 132 849

 

 

 

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Sandalford Estate Swan Valley
Bookings: 132 849

TBC
Bookings: 1300 34 001

 

 

Australian capital territories

CANBERRA THEATRE

Bookings: 61 2 6275 2700 & 1800 802 025

 

 

 

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Royal Theatre
Canberra



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