6 Mar - 8 Jun 2019
Betray your senses with five great classics of theatre.
7 Mar - 28 Jun 2019
Lecture and scene work interspersed with expert commentary – deepen your student’s practical understanding with a hands on experience.
23 - 27 Apr 2019
27 Apr 2019
Elizabeth McGirr School of Ballet presents an adaptation of the fairytale Cinderella.
1 - 11 May 2019
The Tempest is a symphonic vision of forgiveness, discovery and self-discovery, and Shakespeare’s most personal play.
2 - 4 May 2019
Murder and mystery are afoot! The gays are baffled, and now they only have ‘til dawn to crack the case…"
7 - 11 May 2019
The world’s most prestigious mountain film festival featuring a collection of short adventure films from around the globe.
11 May 2019
A special program of the world’s best adventure films curated for families from the Banff Mountain Film Festival.
15 May - 2 Aug 2019
Seen and loved by more than 20,000 students this atmospheric, faithful and exciting introduction to Macbeth is back by popular demand.
16 May - 1 Jun 2019
A life-affirming play about finding love, trust and that perfect dress.
18 May 2019
Celebrate Australian podcasting, and mingle with the podcast community at our biggest ever night of nights!
22 - 25 May 2019
Presented by Sport For Jove Theatre Co, The Merchant of Venice is the intriguing tale of difference between mercy and justice.
29 - 31 May & 5 - 7 Nov 2019
The world class Sydney Symphony Orchestra will once again be offering school concerts at the Seymour Centre as part of their Learning & Engagement Program.
1 Jun 2019
Men singing songs. Some of them are funny.
5 Jun - 9 Aug 2019
Shakespeare’s beautiful masterpiece about growing up, falling in love and getting lost in the tangle of the human imagination.
6-22 Jun 2019
A Pulitzer Prize finalist, Gloria is an explosive take down of ambition, office politics and the modern media monster.
14 Jun 2019
The launch of David Bridie's sixth studio album The Wisdom Line with a live band and accompanying short films.
18 - 22 Jun 2019
Award-winning powerhouse Squabbalogic returns with an original musical shining a spotlight on Australia's darkest political days.
5 - 7 Jul 2019
by Phil Scott and Jonathan Biggins
Jonathan Biggins and Phil Scott join forces in this world premiere satirical piece poking fun at the many strands of the cabaret artform.
by Tim Benzie
Direct from London, the interactive SOLVE-ALONG-A-MURDER-SHE-WROTE features hilarious games and audience participation.
5 - 14 Jul 2019
From the team that brought you the international smash hits La Soiree and Club Swizzle, Cheeky Cabaret debuts in Sydney. Bold, brash and sexy.
6 - 7 Jul 2019
by Frisky & Mannish
Pop PhDs Frisky and Mannish invite you to their PopLab as they explore the molecular intersections between every pop song ever.
10 Jul 2019
Two-time Grammy and Tony award-winning artist Jennifer Holliday mentors four emerging performers in an open Masterclass with Brian Nash.
See Australia’s next generation of superstars in this grand final of the Sydney Cabaret Competition.
10 - 11 Jul 2019
by Tim Draxl
Actor and singer Tim Draxl returns with a new show, based on a cult 1960s album of male-to-male love songs.
11 Jul 2019
West End star Alison Jiear takes students through “Crafting a perfect Cabaret” in this open Masterclass with Musical director Michael Tyack
11 - 13 Jul 2019
by Brian Nash
New York’s king of the keys Brian Nash combines songs into hilarious, creative storytelling medleys in The Art of the Mashup.
11 - 14 Jul 2019
Get into it, kweens! New York City goddess and diva Natalie Joy Johnson bursts into Sydney for the first time ever.
Brought to you by Cheeky Cabaret, join us for a variety show made especially for the little ones. Surprise and delight!
12 - 14 Jul 2019
by Kim David Smith
New York based cabaret performer Kim David Smith salutes perennial pop goddess, Kylie Minogue, with an intimately fabulous cabaret-fantasia.
Reuben Kaye is an explosion of energy, high camp, big notes and filthy humour. Expect repertoire from Kurt Weill to Kate Bush.
12 - 13 Jul 2019
Olivier Award nominee Alison Jiear returns with her phenomenal jazz quartet to perform music made famous by the "First Lady of Song'.
15 Jul - 20 Jul 2019
Jonathan Biggins is Paul Keating in the smash hit new show about a critical time in Australian history and the man that shaped it.
25 Jul - 17 Aug 2019
Six generations, twenty-three characters and one very special piece of furniture.
The Resilience Project seeks to help all Australians become mentally healthy.
18 - 21 Sep 2019
Frightening funny and seriously silly, the world’s number one storyteller – live on stage!
19 Sep - 12 Oct 2019
Pulitzer Prize winning playwright (The Flick) Annie Baker returns with John - a rich, uncanny journey into the mysteries of the human soul.
31 Oct - 16 Nov 2019
Comedy legend Steve Martin delivers a wild satire adapted from the classic German play. A romp full of funny characters and lightning wit.
14 - 15 Nov 2019
Coming from countries such as Syria and Afghanistan, Suitcase cast members are survivors of world events we witness daily on the evening news.