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  1. A Flea in her Ear by Georges Feydeau

    Monday 12 December to Saturday 17 December 2016, City Centre

    In the Paris of the early 1900s, playwright Georges Feydeau was a promiscuous, cocaine-snorting figurehead of the hedonistic counterculture. He was also the consummate humorist of the Belle Époque – A Flea in Her Ear,...

    12 Dec -17Dec
  2. New Year's Eve Cruises

    Saturday 31 December 2016, City Centre

    The eyes of over a billion people worldwide turn to Sydney Harbour on New Years Eve, not only because they have the first major display but one of the world's best. The Harbour Bridge, city buildings, and specially...

    31 Dec
  3. Sydney Festival: Moses Sumney

    Saturday 14 January 2017, City Centre

    Celestial, soulful, and subtly subversive, Moses Sumney makes dreamlike folk-soul that slow-dances with death and makes heartbreak sound holy. Raised in California and Ghana, counting Sufjan and Solange as fans before...

    14 Jan
  4. Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras

    Sunday 19 February to Sunday 5 March 2017, City Centre

    Sydney Mardi Gras is the world's most joyous and spectacular celebration of LGBTQI pride. Sydney Mardi Gras attracts over 20,000 interstate and international visitors each year, who enjoy a diverse and exciting line...

    19 Feb -05Mar
  5. Paris Combo

    Saturday 18 March 2017, City Centre

    Hot on the heels of their new album, Paris Combo return to Sydney for only their second visit in 15 years to serve up their unique blend of gypsy jazz, French chanson and Latin rhythm, with a touch of Middle Eastern...

    18 Mar
  6. Grigoryan Brothers: Songs without words

    Saturday 1 April 2017, City Centre

    The Grigoryan Brothers’ performances have a power, vitality and precision that pushes the boundaries of guitar virtuosity. No sibling rivalry here; this is collaboration and harmony at its best. Their skill is matched...

    01 Apr
  7. Bach Violin Concertos

    Saturday 8 April to Wednesday 12 April 2017,

    Johann Sebastian Bach is the greatest polyphonist of all time. To hear Bach’s writing for solo violin, violin and orchestra, two violins and orchestra, and three violins and orchestra is to hear genius at work. Bach...

    08 Apr -12Apr
  8. Songs of the Black Arm Band

    Saturday 22 April 2017, City Centre

    For a decade, Black Arm Band has been sharing the music, songs and stories at the centre of Indigenous life, touching hearts and minds across the country and abroad.A collective of contemporary Aboriginal...

    22 Apr
  9. ANZAC Sunset Service Ceremony

    Tuesday 25 April 2017, City Centre

    This ceremony will start at the Cenotaph, Martin Place, at 5.00pm. It will be a short service accompanied by the NSW Ambulance Service Band and followed by the lowering of the flags. It brings to a...

    25 Apr
  10. A Taste of Omega: The Clarinet

    Wednesday 18 October 2017, City Centre

    Get to know the performers and instruments of Omega Ensemble, in the captivating lunchtime series, A Taste of Omega. Take time out from your busy day with exquisite chamber music performed by some of the finest...

    18 Oct

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