Events on 29 October 2019 - Page 14

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Tennessee Williams' Baby Doll

Heat and desire sizzle in every line of Tennessee Williams’ Deep South tale of lust, jealousy and betrayal.Down-on-his-luck Archie Lee is obsessed with his young bride, Baby Doll, but Baby is keeping her husband…


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Slaughterhouse

Slaughterhouse is a world premiere by trailblazing young playwright Anchuli Felicia King, coming to Belvoir’s 25a series with international director Benita de Wit at the helm. Something unspeakable happens at an…



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Marriage of Figaro

Mozart’s classic comedy has been entertaining crowds for centuries, and between the witty, fast-moving libretto and the melodic, charming writing, it’s not hard to understand why.Musically, this is the…


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Il Viaggio A Reims

Originally written to celebrate the coronation of French King Charles X in 1825, the lavish and highly entertaining opera tells the story of a group travelling to the coronation for which it was written. In…



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Selby & Friends: Beethoven's Back!

Selby & Friends’ 2019 season finale revisits the great master with a return to the music of all-Beethoven by popular demand. Sonatas for violin and cello with piano are presented by SSO Concertmaster, Andrew…


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Tap Gallery

Since 1989, The TAP has grown to become Sydney's largest un-curated visual and performance arts venue. In that time we've helped a diverse spectrum of artists and performers showcase their talents, with notable…



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The Art of Banksy

THE ART OF BANKSY, the world’s largest touring collection of Banksy’s works, will open at the Entertainment Quarter in Sydney from Friday 13th September. THE ART OF BANKSY has already generated international…


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Borderland by Helen Wyatt

24 October- 16 November 2019Opening celebrations Thursday 24th October 6-8pm“My wearable objects reference places in transition – sites that interface development and nature – edgelands. In the works…


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