KOOZA by Cirque du SoleilA sparkling homage to the traditions of circus
Aida on the Beach 2017Spectacular outdoor production on the beach
Nitro Circus Regional Rampage TourThe biggest action and extreme sports tour
Young at HeartThe hits of Frank Sinatra & Doris Day
The BodyguardStarring Paulini as Rachel Marron
k.d. langAn unmissable night for k.d. lang fans
Katie Noonan’s Elixir with Michael LeunigFour-time ARIA award-winning singer/songwriter
The Merchant of VeniceDark in humour and bawdy in romantic hijinks
Apia Good Times TourA once-in-a-lifetime line-up of Oz music legends
The Royal Ballet: Woolf WorksThree of Virginia Woolf's novels, transformed
King RogerAn intoxicating, iridescent new opera
Effie - The Virgin BrideA hit one-woman theatrical production
Diamonds are for TrevorTrevor Ashley is a multi-Helpmann Award nominee
New World MemoriesDavid Robertson conducts Dvorak 9
The HauntingThe truth will come out!
The TEN TenorsIt's time to experience the power of TEN
1984 by George OrwellOrwell's dystopian future is now
Dinosaur Train Live - A Rainforest AdventureHop on board the Dinosaur Train!
Elvis - The Wonder of YouA triumphant celebration of Elvis Presley
Impossible OccurrencesGet ready to witness the impossible!
ParsifalJonas Kaufmann is the greatest tenor of our time
Sibelius & MahlerJanine Jansen Returns
Ultimate EaglesDirect from a sell out tour of Europe and the UK
Two Weddings, One BrideA raucous comedy with joyful melodies
Verdi RequiemSorrow, desire, anger, fear
My Fair Lady - MelbourneDirected by Julie Andrews
Megan Washington and the SSOHer previous concerts have sold out
The Merry WidowA delicious confection starring Danielle de Niese
Elvis 40th Anniversary Memorial ConcertFeaturing a 45-piece orchestra
Theatresports: National ChampionshipsThe State of Origin of Impro Comedy is back
The Royal Ballet: The Winter's TaleA powerful modern narrative ballet
The ‘Rach 2’A program of 20th-century favourites
Richard 3With award-winning actor Kate Mulvany
CarmenAn gritty tale of power, corruption and destruction
Tchaikovsky’s PathétiqueWagner, Prokofiev & Tchaikovsky share the stage
My Fair Lady - SydneyDirected by Julie Andrews
Cavalleria Rusticana / PagliacciA classic double bill of tragedies
Kinky BootsCyndi Lauper's new musical, based on a true story
Cunning Little VixenThis lyrical opera is a work of genius
The AnimalsFeaturing hits including 'The House Of The Rising Sun', 'It's My Life' and more!
Julia Morris: Lift and SeparateJulia Morris's brand new, one-woman show
The Music of CreamDon't miss this once-in-a-lifetime concert
Martha Argerich plays BeethovenThe legendary pianist in her Australian debut
La SonnambulaHear Bellini's early masterpiece sparkle!
Thai-riffic!Premiere season of an original Australian play
Waratahs Season 2017Stand in union with the Tahs in 2017!
Play School Live in Concert: Prince of BearsBig Ted & friends are coming to town
My Fair Lady - BrisbaneDirected by Julie Andrews
2071: A Performance About Climate ChangeAn Australian Premiere
Sydney Theatre Company: Gift VouchersA gift voucher promises a fantastic night out
Spring AwakeningThe Musical
Melbourne Storm 2017 SeasonThe 2016 Grand Finalists fight for top spot
I Love the 90'sThe biggest 90s tour announced for 2017
The Best of the Eagles is a tribute concert production that delivers a captivating show from start to finish and recreating the synonymous country rock sound Eagles’ fans have come to expect. With a string of sold out shows from coast to coast performing to over 10,000 Eagles fans in 2016, The Best Of The Eagles won over audiences with fans calling the show “entertaining” and “brilliant”.
The Eagles are indisputably one of Rock’s greats; their statistics speak for themselves – more than 150 million records sold worldwide, six Grammy Awards, six number one albums and five number one singles, they are one of the most successful bands of all time.
The group’s first best-of collection, ‘Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975’, is amongst the best-selling albums of all time with over 42 million copies sold.
Mr BurnsAustralian Premiere
Living ColourTwo-time Grammy Award-winning band
42nd StreetWith a score of Broadway standards
The Other Art FairTickets are limited!
9 to 5 the MusicalWith music & lyrics by Dolly Parton
Queen - It's a Kinda MagicA theatrical creation
Bowie: Ashes to AshesAn amazing theatrical production
An Evening with Dr Jane GoodallA rare chance to hear Jane Goodall in person
A byword for primatology and conservation, Jane Goodall brought us closer to our nearest relatives with her studies on the chimpanzees of the Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania. Now, in An Evening with Jane Goodall, she will be speaking about her experiences, followed by a conversation with a special guest host. Through her iconoclastic research, she showed the world their capacity for tool making, their complex family relationships, both their intimate friendships and their dark and violent nature. Enjoy a rare opportunity to hear her in person.
Was there ever a match made in heaven like Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong? Two incredible voices, one sensational trumpet and a huge legacy of unforgettable songs. To celebrate 100 years since the birth of Ella Fitzgerald, the First Lady of Song, Sydney’s magnificent State Theatre will come alive this June to the songs made famous by these legends of jazz. Who better to perform A Celebration of Ella and Louis than two of the world’s greatest exponents of their music? Trumpet maestro and consummate showman, James Morrison, will raise the roof with powerhouse performances of your favourite jazz tunes. As a special treat, he will be joined on stage by the incomparable Patti Austin, direct from the USA. This legendary Grammy Award-winning vocalist is renowned for her special Ella Fitzgerald concerts all over the world. This is one show you don’t want to miss!
Neil deGrasse Tyson: A Cosmic PerspectiveYour personal astrophysicist returns this July
“The most dangerous people in a free society are those who don’t know… It’s okay to not know. But if you don’t know, but think you do know … that is dangerous. Those are the signs of the end of an informed democracy.”