What's On (NSW)

35 events.

  • The Gentleman Magician’s Magical Soirée

    SydneyTheatre | August 18, 2017 - September 28, 2018

    A Magical Sydney Event – Every Weekend in Sydney
    Every weekend, Bruce Glen, The Gentleman Magician presents an entrancing evening of magic and captivating Australian stories at The Royal Automobile Club of Australia - one of Sydney’s most beautiful historic buildings.
    Visit a magnificent building that is not usually accessible to the general public.
    Enjoy champagne & gourmet canapés on arrival.
    Witness a world class magic show by a member of the famous Magic Circle.
    Hear entertaining stories about early Sydney town.
    Reminiscent of the elegant, captivating events of the famous ‘salons’ in 19th century Europe, The Gentleman Magician’s Magical Soirée is an absolute must-see for any Sydney visitor.
    This is a stylish, intriguing event that will be remembered for years to come.
    WHEN: Arrive around 7:00PM. Show begins 7:33PM (approx.) Fridays & Saturdays
    WHERE: The Royal Automobile Club of Australia, 89 Macquarie Street, Sydney (Cnr Albert Street) … Two minutes from Circular Quay.
    DRESS CODE: The Magical Soirée takes place in one of Australia’s most exclusive, luxurious private clubs and strict dress codes apply. This means you have the perfect excuse to ‘dress to impress’ for a very special experience: Smart Casual/Cocktail Dress.

    Bruce Glen is one of the select few granted membership of The Magic Circle - the most exclusive magic club on earth (with just 1400 members worldwide). In October 2015, Bruce was admitted as an Associate of the Inner Magic Circle.

    The Gentleman Magician has performed to sold-out houses at the Edinburgh Fringe; the Adelaide Fringe; the famous Edinburgh Magic Festival; and Sydney’s SMH Spectrum Now Festival.

    Bruce has also presented his sophisticated ‘storytelling magic for adults’ at historic venues throughout Australia.

  • The Humans

    WoolloomoolooTheatre | September 5 - October 6, 2018

    Image by John Marmaras

  • YEN by Anna Jordan

    SydneyTheatre | September 27 - October 13, 2018

    “I’m Bobbie. As in Bobbie Dazzler, my Nan says, although I don’t know who that is. And this is my brother Hench. He’s got a face for radio.”

    Hench is 16, Bobbie is 14. They’re home alone in Feltham with their dog Taliban; playing PlayStation, streaming porn, watching the world go by. Sometimes their mum Maggie visits, usually with empty pockets and empty promises.

    Then Jenny shows up.

    YEN poignantly explores a childhood lived without boundaries and the consequences of being forced to grow up on your own.

    Written by Anna Jordan
    Directed by Lucy Clements
    Produced by Loredana Cross
    Production Managed by Christopher Starnawski
    Set and Costume Designed by Ester Karuso-Thurn
    Sound Designed by Chrysoulla Markoulli
    Lighting Designed by Louise Mason

    With Ryan Hodson, Jeremi Campese, Meg Clarke and Hayley Pearl

    7:30pm Thursday 27th September 2018 (Preview)
    7:30pm Friday 28th September 2018 (Preview)
    7:30pm Saturday 29th September 2018 (Preview)
    5:00pm Sunday 30th September 2018 (Preview)
    7:30pm Tuesday 2nd October 2018 (Preview)
    7:30pm Wednesday 3rd October 2018: Opening Night
    7:30pm Thursday 4th October 2018
    7:30pm Friday 5th October 2018
    7:30pm Saturday 6th October 2018
    5:00pm Sunday 7th October 2018
    7:30pm Tuesday 9th October 2018
    7:30pm Wednesday 10th October 2018
    7:30pm Thursday 11th October 2018
    7:30pm Friday 12th October 2018
    1:00pm Saturday 13th October 2018: Matinee performance, followed by a panel discussion with Associate Professor Rita Shackel from the University of Sydney, cast and creatives. Proceeds of this production go to Blue Knot Foundation.
    7:30pm Saturday 13th October 2018: Closing Night

    School Performances are also on offer, visit newghoststheatre.com for more information and to book tickets

  • God of Carnage

    SydneyTheatre | October 14, 2018

    GOD OF CARNAGE by Yasmina Reza, directed by Sean O’Riordan

    The comedy of manners.... without the manners.

    What happens when two sets of parents’ meet up to deal with the unruly behaviour of their children? A calm and rational debate between grown-ups about the need to teach kids how to behave properly? Or a hysterical night of name-calling, tantrums and tears before bedtime? Boys will be boys, but the adults are usually worse – much worse. God of Carnage won the Olivier Award for Best Comedy and the Tony award for Best Play.

    After a sold out run at the Hughenden Hotel, Darlo Drama is proud to host an encore performance of God of Carnage in the new Darlo Drama Studio Theatre.

    Starring Warwick Allan, Mel Ryan, Marcelle Weaver and Mark Wilson and directed by Sean O\\\'Riordan, all seats are just $15!

  • Degenerate Art by Toby Schmitz

    SydneyTheatre | October 17 - November 10, 2018

    Red Line Productions presents the World Premiere of

    Written & Directed by Toby Schmitz

    at Sydney’s Old Fitz Theatre from October 17

    “All art is at once surface and symbol.
    Those who go beneath the surface do so at their peril.”
    - Oscar Wilde

    A twice-rejected art school applicant rises to political power through the use of charm, cunning and violence. From there, he declares merciless war on ‘cultural disintegration’, ordering an aesthetic purge of the entartete Künstler - the ‘degenerate artists’ - and their work.

    As a result, between 1933 and 1945 one fifth of all artworks in Europe - valued at billions of dollars - are looted by, or have their sale coerced by, the Nazis.

    Acclaimed actor, director and playwright Toby Schmitz returns to his stomping ground, the Old Fitz Theatre, with an incredible ensemble cast of Septimus Caton (This Much Is True), Guy Edmonds (The Moodys, House Husbands), Julian Garner (Killing Ground, Top Of The Lake), Anthony Gooley (Calamity Jane, Assassins), Henry Nixon (The Kettering Incident, Rake), Megan O’Connell (Cleverman, Home & Away) and Rupert Reid (Sunshine, The Village Bike) to breathe life into the story of what happens when a consummate performer - surrounded by yes men - takes it upon himself to shape the cultural future of a nation.

  • Calamity Jane
    Calamity Jane

    Surry HillsTheatre | August 23 - September 30, 2018

  • Pop-Up Globe
    Pop-Up Globe

    SydneyTheatre | September 5 - November 11, 2018

  • The Season
    The Season

    ChippendaleTheatre | September 25 - 29, 2018

  • In Waiting
    In Waiting

    SydneyTheatre | October 11 - 19, 2018