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Darlinghurst Theatre Company presents All the Sex I've Ever Had at Sydney WorldPride from 21 to 26 February.

This global smash-hit show created by Mammalian Diving Reflex stars local LGBTQIA+ seniors sharing true stories of their romantic and sex lives.

For your chance to win a double pass, please email marketing@darlinghursttheatre.com, subject line SEYMOUR x DARLO.

The greatest queer cinema celebration of the year has arrived.

To coincide with Sydney WorldPride 2023, Dendy Newtown is proud to announce A Celebration of Queer Cinema. From Friday 10 February to Sunday 5 March, join us for a glorious selection of the best and brightest LGBTQ+ films that celebrate everything WorldPride represents.

From camp classics to get you in the party spirit to moving masterpieces that honour the tenacious spirit of the queer community, this fabulous cinematic celebration is not to be missed.

Find out more and book.

Sydney Dance Company presents Ascent, an inspired triple bill featuring Antony Hamilton’s Helpmann Award-winning Forever & Ever and world premieres by renowned choreographers Marina Mascarell and Rafael Bonachela. Don’t miss this limited season at Sydney Opera House from 15 to 26 March.  

Want to win a double pass to Ascent? Just email marketing@sydneydancecompany.com, subject line SDC X SEYMOUR, and tell us in 20 words or less why you want to see Ascent!

The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra’s tantalising opening to Season 2023, Spanish Steps, is just three weeks away!

Be in the audience as renowned Period cellist, Elinor Frey, makes her Australian debut in a visually stunning program that explores the rich musical relationship between Italy and Spain, featuring works by Boccherini and Sammartini.

Don't miss Spanish Steps, live at City Recital Hall from 24 February until 10 March.

Find out more and book.

Looking to kick on after All Out Comedy? Our friends at Performance Space are hosting Day For Night: The Pleasure Arc at Carriageworks from 18 to 19 February.

Experience 24 magical hours of immersive and experimental queer performance art, featuring Rebel Yell, Female Wizard, Marcus Whale, Basjia, and so many more.

Plus, Performance Space is teaming up with Grumble Boogie (also playing at Carriageworks) to offer you 20% off tickets to both events. 50+ Artists. 24 hours. 2 events. 1 weekend.

Explore the program, book in for both Day For Night and Grumble Boogie, and get 20% off your tickets now.

International observers estimated that Ukraine would fall within days following Russia’s full-scale invasion.

But a year on, Ukrainian society continues to demonstrate extraordinary defiance and the Ukrainian Armed Forces show unprecedented resistance to the occupying troops.

Happening 2 February, don't miss Ukraine: the country that surprised the world, a Sydney Ideas free public talk from acclaimed writer and historian Dr Olesya Khromeychuk, a leading voice on Russia's war against Ukraine. Dr Olga Boichak, prominent sociologist and media commentor, hosts this event.

Find out more and book.

From outstanding theatre, music and dance to innovative shows for kids, you’ll find something for everyone at the Seymour. Click below to see what’s on.

See what's on

Darlinghurst Theatre Company presents All the Sex I've Ever Had at Sydney WorldPride from 21 to 26 February.

This global smash-hit show created by Mammalian Diving Reflex stars local LGBTQIA+ seniors sharing true stories of their romantic and sex lives.

For your chance to win a double pass, please email marketing@darlinghursttheatre.com, subject line SEYMOUR x DARLO.

The greatest queer cinema celebration of the year has arrived.

To coincide with Sydney WorldPride 2023, Dendy Newtown is proud to announce A Celebration of Queer Cinema. From Friday 10 February to Sunday 5 March, join us for a glorious selection of the best and brightest LGBTQ+ films that celebrate everything WorldPride represents.

From camp classics to get you in the party spirit to moving masterpieces that honour the tenacious spirit of the queer community, this fabulous cinematic celebration is not to be missed.

Find out more and book.

Sydney Dance Company presents Ascent, an inspired triple bill featuring Antony Hamilton’s Helpmann Award-winning Forever & Ever and world premieres by renowned choreographers Marina Mascarell and Rafael Bonachela. Don’t miss this limited season at Sydney Opera House from 15 to 26 March.  

Want to win a double pass to Ascent? Just email marketing@sydneydancecompany.com, subject line SDC X SEYMOUR, and tell us in 20 words or less why you want to see Ascent!

The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra’s tantalising opening to Season 2023, Spanish Steps, is just three weeks away!

Be in the audience as renowned Period cellist, Elinor Frey, makes her Australian debut in a visually stunning program that explores the rich musical relationship between Italy and Spain, featuring works by Boccherini and Sammartini.

Don't miss Spanish Steps, live at City Recital Hall from 24 February until 10 March.

Find out more and book.

Looking to kick on after All Out Comedy? Our friends at Performance Space are hosting Day For Night: The Pleasure Arc at Carriageworks from 18 to 19 February.

Experience 24 magical hours of immersive and experimental queer performance art, featuring Rebel Yell, Female Wizard, Marcus Whale, Basjia, and so many more.

Plus, Performance Space is teaming up with Grumble Boogie (also playing at Carriageworks) to offer you 20% off tickets to both events. 50+ Artists. 24 hours. 2 events. 1 weekend.

Explore the program, book in for both Day For Night and Grumble Boogie, and get 20% off your tickets now.

International observers estimated that Ukraine would fall within days following Russia’s full-scale invasion.

But a year on, Ukrainian society continues to demonstrate extraordinary defiance and the Ukrainian Armed Forces show unprecedented resistance to the occupying troops.

Happening 2 February, don't miss Ukraine: the country that surprised the world, a Sydney Ideas free public talk from acclaimed writer and historian Dr Olesya Khromeychuk, a leading voice on Russia's war against Ukraine. Dr Olga Boichak, prominent sociologist and media commentor, hosts this event.

Find out more and book.

From outstanding theatre, music and dance to innovative shows for kids, you’ll find something for everyone at the Seymour. Click below to see what’s on.

See what's on

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