Blush Opera presents an afternoon of opera at the Bellingen Fine Music Festival 2018. With an aim to develope the performance aesthetic of opera in the cabaret, musical theatre and new music scenes to engage diverse audiences, Blush Opera supports and promotes new compositions and productions which have an interest in contemporary themes and stories that reflect 21st century culture and life.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Choir presents its annual concert, Because The Night. Join us for an evocative evening of eclectic entertainment featuring music from Amy Winehouse, Nirvana, Rammstein, Mika, Radiohead, Eurythmics, The Hunger Games, Harry Potter and many, many more.
The Depot Theatre presents: Company
On the night of his 35th birthday, Robert struggles to think of a wish to make as he blows out his birthday candles. The lone bachelor, surrounded by “those good and crazy people” - his married friends - Robert is uncertain whether he should simply be happy with his lot or whether he should wish for his own romantic partner.
Over a series of dinner parties, first dates, and thoughtful conversations, Robert attempts to understand the pros and cons of marriage from his diverse and frequently hilarious friends and begins to make sense of his own persistent bachelorhood.
The Magic Flute is a mysterious and wonderful tale, following four young people’s journeys as they discover their own strengths and weaknesses and pass the tests of true love. Its story of truth and light, friendship and forgiveness, told with enchanting music, continues to delight audiences all over the world
"It's our time, breathe it in; worlds to change and worlds to win"
Little Triangle presents its sophomore production, 'Merrily We Roll Along' as part of The Depot Theatre's 2018 season.
Franklin Shepard, a successful songwriter and movie producer in his late thirties, reviews his life, both professional and personal, especially his relationships with his best friends, Mary Flynn and Charley Kringas (his song-writing collaborator), and his two wives, Beth and Gussie. The action moves backward in time from 1976 to 1957, from the disappointments of adulthood, to the hopeful idealism of youth.