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Playing at Darlinghurst Theatre from 6 October to 20 November, Let The Right One In is a visceral stage adaptation of the best-selling Swedish novel and film by John Ajvide Lindqvist.

A modern-day horror story with a twist that will have you on the edge of your seat, this show is adapted for the stage by Jack Thorne, the award-winning writer of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, and directed by Alexander Berlage, the visionary stage director of American Psycho.

For your chance to win a double pass to one of the preview performances on 6, 7, 8, 9 or 11 October, please email marketing@darlinghursttheatre.com with your date preference and LTROI x Seymour in the subject line.

A celebration of Italian film and culture, the 2022 ST. ALi Italian Film Festival is coming to Palace Cinemas in Sydney from 13 September to 12 October.

From contemporary drama, comedy and documentaries to a retrospective honouring one of Italy’s greatest filmmakers, this year’s rich program will transport audiences with a cinematic escape to la bella Italia!

Find out more and get tickets.

Actors Centre Australia is one of Australia's leading acting institutions. For those committed to world-class industry training, the Bachelor of Performing Arts (Stage and Screen) is their flagship program, and applications are now open for their February 2023 intake. Auditions commence 21 November.

In the words of ACA’s Patron Hugh Jackman, “I am often asked why Australian actors are doing so well on the international stage, and my first response is always that the training we receive is world-class. Certainly for me, ACA was a huge part of my development.”

This three-year degree program is accredited by Torrens University Australia Ltd and created, developed and delivered by Actors Centre Australia here in the Inner West of Sydney, Leichhardt.

To start your acting career, apply for the Bachelor of Performing Arts (Stage and Screen). For more information on ACA's available courses, please visit their website.

Course codes: BAPEASS18 CRICOS: 109434B

Our friends at ATYP are giving away a double pass to their upcoming show, Past the Shallows on Wednesday 12 October at 6:30pm. Adapted by playwright Julian Larnach from Favel Parrett’s award-winning debut novel, Past the Shallows is an ode to brotherhood and a heart-wrenching, lyrical exploration of mortality, family secrets and the capacity for both brutality and tenderness within contemporary masculinity.

To enter, email competitions@atyp.com.au with the subject PTS - SEYMOUR in the subject line and your full name and contact details.

“What is this pizza telling you, Irina?”

Jim's writing messages. In pepperoni. On top of pizzas. His life is going nowhere. But after watching the film I Hired A Contract Killer, Jim's found a solution – he'll just put a hit out on himself. What could possibly go wrong?

Secret House and New Ghosts Theatre Company, in association with bAKEHOUSE Theatre Co, present the Australian premiere of Alan Harris’ darkly funny, quick-witted, fast-moving comedy, For The Grace Of You Go I, playing at KXT in the X from 5 to 15 October.

Win a double pass to For The Grace Of You Go I on Thursday October 6th or Friday October 7th (7.30pm) at KXT in the X. To enter, email your full name and contact number to secret_house@hotmail.com with the subject heading SEYMOUR GIVEAWAY.

2022 Michael Hintze Lecture with Kylie Moore-Gilbert – Hostage Diplomacy: who’s in control?

Thursday 29 September 2022 6pm (AEST) – In-person and live online.

Join Sydney Ideas for this upcoming talk with British-Australian scholar of Islam and the Middle East, Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert. 

In 2018, Moore-Gilbert was detained during a trip to Iran, and served more than two years of a ten-year sentence before being freed in November 2020 in a prisoner exchange deal negotiated by the Australian government. In this talk, she will discuss the complex nature of state hostage taking and how Australia’s approach can be refined to tackle this insidious and growing global problem. Click here for more details and to register for this event.

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

Playing at Darlinghurst Theatre from 6 October to 20 November, Let The Right One In is a visceral stage adaptation of the best-selling Swedish novel and film by John Ajvide Lindqvist.

A modern-day horror story with a twist that will have you on the edge of your seat, this show is adapted for the stage by Jack Thorne, the award-winning writer of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, and directed by Alexander Berlage, the visionary stage director of American Psycho.

For your chance to win a double pass to one of the preview performances on 6, 7, 8, 9 or 11 October, please email marketing@darlinghursttheatre.com with your date preference and LTROI x Seymour in the subject line.

A celebration of Italian film and culture, the 2022 ST. ALi Italian Film Festival is coming to Palace Cinemas in Sydney from 13 September to 12 October.

From contemporary drama, comedy and documentaries to a retrospective honouring one of Italy’s greatest filmmakers, this year’s rich program will transport audiences with a cinematic escape to la bella Italia!

Find out more and get tickets.

Actors Centre Australia is one of Australia's leading acting institutions. For those committed to world-class industry training, the Bachelor of Performing Arts (Stage and Screen) is their flagship program, and applications are now open for their February 2023 intake. Auditions commence 21 November.

In the words of ACA’s Patron Hugh Jackman, “I am often asked why Australian actors are doing so well on the international stage, and my first response is always that the training we receive is world-class. Certainly for me, ACA was a huge part of my development.”

This three-year degree program is accredited by Torrens University Australia Ltd and created, developed and delivered by Actors Centre Australia here in the Inner West of Sydney, Leichhardt.

To start your acting career, apply for the Bachelor of Performing Arts (Stage and Screen). For more information on ACA's available courses, please visit their website.

Course codes: BAPEASS18 CRICOS: 109434B

Our friends at ATYP are giving away a double pass to their upcoming show, Past the Shallows on Wednesday 12 October at 6:30pm. Adapted by playwright Julian Larnach from Favel Parrett’s award-winning debut novel, Past the Shallows is an ode to brotherhood and a heart-wrenching, lyrical exploration of mortality, family secrets and the capacity for both brutality and tenderness within contemporary masculinity.

To enter, email competitions@atyp.com.au with the subject PTS - SEYMOUR in the subject line and your full name and contact details.

“What is this pizza telling you, Irina?”

Jim's writing messages. In pepperoni. On top of pizzas. His life is going nowhere. But after watching the film I Hired A Contract Killer, Jim's found a solution – he'll just put a hit out on himself. What could possibly go wrong?

Secret House and New Ghosts Theatre Company, in association with bAKEHOUSE Theatre Co, present the Australian premiere of Alan Harris’ darkly funny, quick-witted, fast-moving comedy, For The Grace Of You Go I, playing at KXT in the X from 5 to 15 October.

Win a double pass to For The Grace Of You Go I on Thursday October 6th or Friday October 7th (7.30pm) at KXT in the X. To enter, email your full name and contact number to secret_house@hotmail.com with the subject heading SEYMOUR GIVEAWAY.

2022 Michael Hintze Lecture with Kylie Moore-Gilbert – Hostage Diplomacy: who’s in control?

Thursday 29 September 2022 6pm (AEST) – In-person and live online.

Join Sydney Ideas for this upcoming talk with British-Australian scholar of Islam and the Middle East, Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert. 

In 2018, Moore-Gilbert was detained during a trip to Iran, and served more than two years of a ten-year sentence before being freed in November 2020 in a prisoner exchange deal negotiated by the Australian government. In this talk, she will discuss the complex nature of state hostage taking and how Australia’s approach can be refined to tackle this insidious and growing global problem. Click here for more details and to register for this event.

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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