Sydney is a haven for theatre and shows with some of the country’s top stages and the world’s most iconic venues. The Sydney Opera House is the pinnacle of entertainment with theatre, opera, ballet, concerts and comedy shows throughout the season. You'll find a number of other venues across Sydney and its suburbs, offering diverse performances every night of the week.
Walsh Bay is home to a number of arts venues including the Wharf Theatre and Sydney Dance Company. The Sydney Theatre is also located here. The company puts on an annual 12-play program consisting of bold new Australian plays and interpretations of its classic repertoire, featuring some of the country's finest actors.
It has received rave reviews around the globe and now the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Matilda The Musical is set to make its Australian premiere at the Sydney Lyric Theatre in July. Based on the novel by acclaimed author Roald Dahl, the elaborate stage show tells the story of an extraordinary young girl who dreams of a better life.
Cameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed new production of Les Misérables is now playing at the Capitol Theatre. Completely re-imagined with incredible new designs, and an astonishing cast, this is Les Mis like you have never seen it before. Hear classic songs including I Dreamed a Dream, Bring Him Home, One Day More, Do You Hear the People Sing and On My Own.
A setting such as Sydney Harbour demands a spectacular opera, so prepare for a performance of huge proportions. A royal love triangle, a war, and the famous Triumphal March will light up the waters of Sydney’s magnificent harbour. Aida is the biggest opera ever performed on our harbour stage.
The Sydney Conservatorium of Music is Australia's premier tertiary music institution and plays a pivotal role in the Australian musical landscape and increasingly so in the Asia Pacific. Ideally situa...