Events

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22 October, 2021
Sydney Opera House
Sydney
NSW
Finding truth in the post-truth era. In her debut performance with STC, Australian legend Sigrid Thornton will lead this thrilling, stylish and hyper-intelligent hit Broadway comedy that tackles the great question of our time: true or false?
23 October, 2021
The Canberra Theatre – The Playhouse Civic Square, London Circuit
ACT
It’s time!
Canberra, 11 November 1975. As Gough Whitlam delivers his iconic speech decrying his dismissal as Prime Minister, a mighty crowd of reporters throngs the steps of Parliament House. Chief amongst them, one of the 1970s most iconic larrikins, Norman Gunston.
30 October, 2021
Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre Melbourne 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
VIC
After winning the 2019 Green Room Award for Best Independent Writing, Declan Furber Gillick makes his MTC debut with a hard-hitting and disarmingly funny play about family, love, sex and culture, and the personal and political cost of navigating it all in contemporary Australia.
30 October, 2021
Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre Melbourne 100 St Kilda Road
Melbourne
VIC
Welcome to the forest for Shakespeare’s most warm-hearted romantic comedy. Rosalind is banished from court with her cousin Celia, but before they can escape into exile Rosalind catches the eye of love-struck Orlando. What ensues is a riotous tangle of matched and mismatched lovers, cross-dressing confusion, melodic songs and laughs aplenty. Will love conquer all, or is it merely a madness?
25 November, 2021
King George Square, Brisbane (Under the Large TV Screen adjacent to the Pig N’ Whistle)
QLD
Join like-minded adventurers as we explore Brisbane’s vibrant Cultural Centre Precinct.
03 December, 2021
Vision Australia, 373 Old Cleveland Road, Coorparoo 4151
QLD
Vision Australia’s Explorer’s Forum is held each year on the International Day of People with a Disability at our Coorparoo office.
16 December, 2021
Ensemble Theatre, 78 McDougall Street
Kirribilli
NSW
It may be 1684, the Dawn of Enlightenment, but Williamson’s comic re-imagining through a contemporary lens puts the focus firmly on the human tale of rivalry and discovery, of personal trials against a corrupt establishment, of self-doubt versus arrogance, and faith versus reason. Nearer The Gods is a gripping and blackly funny drama about how one of the greatest moments of scientific illumination almost didn’t happen.