See more at Seymour with a 2020 multipack.
14 - 15 Dec 2019
The Treehouse team return with a fantastical trip through this wild, weird and wonderful world for children 6-12 and their adults.
14 - 19 Jan 2020
Celebrate 40 years of Australia's world-famous national youth circus with their biggest show ever.
17 Jan - 13 Mar 2020
Courtyard Sessions offers free gigs at dusk in the Seymour courtyard, with a diverse program that champions local artists.
21 Jan 2020
The biggest, fiercest spoken word slam in the Southern Hemisphere.
8 - 14 Feb 2020
Excellence from 2019 Higher School Certificate Drama students.
11 - 28 Feb 2020
The Campaign tells a historic and emotionally charged story about the last state in Australia to achieve gay law reform.
12 - 14 Feb 2020
13 - 14 Feb 2020
Callback is a showcase of exemplary HSC dance performances, compositions and films presented by students from across NSW.
15 Feb 2020
Local and regional trans storytellers exploring place, belonging and the nuances of the trans experience.
15 - 16 Feb 2020
Australia’s biggest line-up of trans and gender-diverse performers to ever share a main stage come together to flip gender dysphoria on its head and explore the distinctive joys that can come with being trans.
15 - 28 Feb 2020
At the centre of Mardi Gras is the late-night festival club, where everybody is welcome.
A day of readings, presentations, pitches and performances by LGBTQIA+ writers and theatre makers.
16 Feb 2020
Curated by House of Mince, Pavlovabar is a huge, one-night-only Fair Day after party.
18 - 19 Feb 2020
Travel back to 1986 for a live taping of the acclaimed New Zealand TV cooking show, Hudson & Halls, in this riotously funny, award-winning show.
19 Feb 2020
As part of the season run of The Campaign by Campion Decent, Seymour Centre presents a panel discussion on human rights, religious discrimination and future battlegrounds.
19 - 23 Feb 2020
Serving neo-punk, anti-glamour realness, this cabaret variety show is a protest against the commodification of queer culture and a collective reimagining of what it means to be queer and fabulous.
20 Feb 2020
Join an incredible line-up of LGBTQI+ musicians as we play tribute to our favourite queer artists.
21 Feb 2020
Trailblazing queer comedy from across Asia, featuring Hirzi Zulkiflie (SG), Joanne Kam (MY), Navin Noronha (IN), and Margot Tanjutco (AU/PH).
21 - 28 Feb 2020
Mardi Gras Courtyard Sessions offers free gigs at dusk in the Seymour courtyard, with a diverse program that champions local LGBTQI artists.
22 Feb 2020
Spotlighting deadly artists from our First Nations community, join the ultimate queer Koori takeover at the Festival.
Sydney's most prestigious Blak drags and drag kings return.
A series celebrating First Nations queer artists, thinkers and communities.
22 - 23 Feb 2020
Award winning company and fringe favourites Casus Circus are back with their most daring and intimate work, You & I.
In a series of thought-provoking talks, Queer Thinking will explore activism in our own backyard and globally.
25 - 28 Feb 2020
The smash-hit, genre defying, firecracker of a show that’s taken the world by storm.
Join Harry Clayton-Wright as he delves into his sexual past, live on stage: the good, the bad and everything in between.
26 - 28 Feb 2020
Blending absurd and outrageous drag and burlesque with scintillating choreography, YUMMY has a world-wide cult following, coming to the Seymour with their latest wild offering.
27 Feb 2020
Experience the best and brightest queer comedy stand-up from Australia and abroad.
4 March 2020
Research into the potential of stem cells for treating brain conditions is progressing at a rapid pace. We want you to know more about the latest in stem cell research and therapies for the brain.
4 - 5 Mar 2020
With a vision to mesmerise and captivate, the Ocean Film Festival World Tour showcases more than two hours of sublime footage taken above and below the water's surface.
7 Mar 2020
The Metropolitan Orchestra’s first concert for 2020 features a world premiere, Mozart’s epic Symphony No. 40, and Prokofiev’s Classical Symphony.
Lilit Hovhannisyan, famous singer in Armenia and Russia, will perform with a local band of four members plus dancers.
11 - 20 Mar 2020
Arthur Miller’s McCarthyist parable of hysteria and paranoia is illuminated by Damien Ryan’s acclaimed production.
12 Mar - 20 Nov 2020
Lecture and scene work interspersed with expert commentary. Deepen your students' practical understanding with a hands-on experience.
24 - 28 Mar 2020
No Shakespearean play offers a more searing x-ray of contemporary political tensions.
1 - 3 Apr 2020
The world class Sydney Symphony Orchestra presents school concerts at the Seymour as part of their Learning and Engagement program.
16 - 18 Apr 2020
Two bored kids. One rainy day. And one crazy cat wearing a red striped hat. Adapted for the stage by the National Theatre of Great Britain, young and old will delight in this classic adaptation.
30 Apr - 3 May 2020
Bringing together some of the world's most curious and compassionate, intelligent and argumentative writers, Sydney Writers' Festival presents four full days of programming at the Seymour Centre.
4 May 2020
Meet some of the world’s most exciting authors and storytellers, discover new voices and be inspired by the world of literature and ideas.
6 - 9 May 2020
A three hour celebration of the mountain and adventure sport world, featuring the most exhilarating short films by explorers, mountain bikers, skiers, paddlers and climbers from around the globe.
7 - 23 May 2020
"These impulses come over me all of a sudden, and I just can't resist them." Secret House presents realist classic, Hedda Gabler.
13 & 20 May 2020
2 - 10 June 2020
Seen and loved by more than 20,000 students, this atmospheric, faithful and exciting introduction to Macbeth is back by popular demand.
4 - 27 Jun 2020
Twelve years. Three hotel rooms. Two footballers. One moment that changes everything.
18 - 26 June 2020
The Tempest is a symphonic vision of forgiveness, discovery and self-discovery, and Shakespeare’s most personal play.
3 - 12 Jul 2020
23 Jul - 8 Aug 2020
The writer of Gloria returns with a wickedly subversive revision of the great American family drama that exposes the dark side of legacy.
25 Jul 2020
The Metropolitan Orchestra’s annual all-Russian event featuring some of Russia’s favourite composers is a highlight for Sydney music lovers.
5 - 14 Aug 2020
This fast-paced, thrilling new production of Romeo and Juliet takes the audience through four short days of joy, love and tragedy.
12 - 16 Aug 2020
Kenneth Cook’s iconic work of Australian Gothic horror is felt in the flesh in this new production.
1 - 3 Sep 2020
Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton's JUST series books are brought to vivid and hilarious life in this world premiere.
4 & 9 Sep 2020
Turning Sydney’s courts of law into a different kind of stage, Suzie Miller’s taut, rapid-fire one-woman show exposes the shortcomings of a patriarchal justice system where it’s her word against his.
2 - 12 Sep 2020
16 - 19 Sep 2020
Hip-hop dance meets gaming technology in this ground-breaking work harnessing captivating new technology called AirSticks, which create live sound through movement.
26 Sep 2020
Join Chief Conductor Sarah-Grace Williams and The Metropolitan Orchestra for a night of passionate music to leave you filled with joy.
15 - 31 Oct 2020
A blisteringly honest account of the painful, wondrous transition from girlhood to womanhood.
27 - 29 Oct 2020
5 - 6 Nov 2020
Journey through the eyes of refugee children.
11 - 20 Nov 2020
13 Nov - 5 Dec 2020
Three-time Tony Award nominee Dave Malloy's breathtaking musical fantasia based on true events in the life of composer, Sergei Rachmaninoff.
12 Dec 2020
The Metropolitan Orchestra presents a magnificent finale concert for 2020 featuring a world premiere plus a salute to the great Beethoven.