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Sydney Festival Sep 9
We're recruiting a Customer Service Representative to join our awesome Ticketing team. Details here:
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Sydney Festival Sep 2
Congrats team Belvoir!
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Sydney Festival Aug 26
ICYMI, Festival Director Wesley Enoch joined Lena Nahlous (Exec Director of ) & Gaven Morris (ABC Director of News) for a fascinating discussion of diversity in Australia on radio, hosted by . Well worth a listen:
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Sydney Festival Aug 25
Wonderful news, congrats to and the entire team behind the adaptation of 's 'A Ghost in My Suitcase', which delighted audiences at last summer.
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Sydney Festival Aug 21
Exciting news: Jimmy Chi’s iconic musical Bran Nue Dae is getting a 30th anniversary revival from at as part of the 2020 Festival. Join us for more humour, hope, and the soul-reggae-country sounds of Kuckles.
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Limelight Magazine Aug 17
🎟️ Season 2020: 🎟️ The line-up includes David Williamson's final play, a co-production with , and seven plays written by women.
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Sydney Festival Aug 14
Vale Ningali Lawford-Wolf, a remarkable performer and human being. Our thoughts are with her family, friends and the whole team at this time – a huge loss to all.
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Sydney Festival Aug 12
We want to send our best wishes to the brilliant Omar Musa and as the riveting Since Ali Died ( 2019) returns to stage at tonight until 17 Aug. If you're in Melbourne make sure you check it out. Info here:
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Sydney Festival Aug 6
Nom nom nom, is hosting its Food Awards with Google on Mon 9 Sep at Bopp & Tone. They’ve hunted down 5 unique eats and want you to pick a winner for chance to dine with a pal at all 5 venues for free and attend the party. Details here:
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Sydney Festival Aug 5
PROGRAM SNEAK PEEK: 2020 is excited to announce the world premiere of Black Cockatoo with , by Geoffrey Atherden & Wesley Enoch. A story of the first Australian cricket team to tour England: 13 Aboriginal men from Victoria.
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Sydney Festival Aug 1
Good luck , making its debut tonight with The Secret River. Kate Grenville's Helpmann Award-winning play made its searing world premiere at 2013 and we're sure it'll make waves in Edinburgh. 🙌
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Sydney Festival Jul 30
Great to see this coverage of Deer Woman, one of 2019's most memorable and powerful performances, now part of the terrific / program at .
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Sydney Festival Jul 24
Sun is shining and summer is just around the corner (hey, we can dream can't we). So what better moment to reveal 2020 dates, coming in hot Wednesday 8 January to Sun 26 January. Time to start planning 😎
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Sydney Festival Jul 18
Remember when we cycled 384,400km to the moon to celebrate the 50th anniversary of ? Tomorrow, 20 July, marks the exact day Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin took that giant leap, so here's our 7 favourite strange facts about the moon landing
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Sydney Festival Jul 17
Congratulations to our pals on their program launch! Such a wonderful line-up, check it out and go see some shows between 2–20 Oct.
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Sydney Festival Jul 16
Love is all we need… or is it? On Tues 30 July Festival Director Wesley Enoch will join a bunch of witty, clever, talented people for ' Great Debate. Whether you're interested in love or have a heart of stone, register your interest now:
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Sydney Festival Jul 15
Amazing! Counting and Cracking makes it a magnificent seven , leading all winners, adding Best Production of a Play, Best New Australian Work and Best Male Actor in a Play (Prakash Belawadi) to its haul. Richly deserved by and .
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Helpmann Awards Jul 15
The Helpmann Award for Best New Australian Work goes to S. Shakthidharan and Eamon Flack for Counting & Cracking.
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Helpmann Awards Jul 15
The Helpmann Award for Best Male Actor in a Play goes to Prakash Belawadi for Counting & Cracking.
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The Australian Jul 14
It was a big night for Counting and Cracking in the first half of the Helpmann Awards tonight
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