Womans Revue: Sealed Section
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Womans Revue: Sealed Section

Event Date: 22/03/2018, 07:30 pm

Don’t miss this night of variety comedy from some hella hilarious womn.
Tear open that sealed section. We promise we won’t tell your mum.

This March, we’ve revealed your darkest desires; your quirkiest queries; and your silliest secrets. From the 21st - 24th, UTS will present Wom*n’s Revue: Sealed Section!

Tickets prices are: $25.00 for Adults, $20.00 for Concession, and $15.00 for UTS Revue Society members. Performances will begin at 7.30pm sharp.

Please note, this Revue is PC, but not PG. We recommend ages 13+.

Don’t miss this night of variety comedy from some hella hilarious womn. We can’t wait to see you there.
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Location:
Lendlease Darling Quarter Theatre, Harbour Street,
Sydney New South Wales,2000
Location:
Lendlease Darling Quarter Theatre, Harbour Street,
Sydney New South Wales,2000
The Devil's Caress
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The Devil's Caress

Event Date: 23/03/2018, 07:30 pm

Celebrating Australia’s very own Agatha Christie, this classic 1950’s murder mystery.
Celebrating Australia’s very own Agatha Christie, this classic 1950’s murder mystery is now brought to stage for the first time. Melbourne crime writer June Wright had six novels published between1948 and 1966 including The Devil’s Caress (1952), an atmospheric thriller set in a clifftop home on a ‘fictional’ peninsula in Victoria. Waves crash and winds howl as the prerequisite number of interesting persons gather: ‘as odd a collection of medicos as ever snatched an appendix’ as The Argus (May 1952) put it. This stage adaptation is a fascinating fusion of the life & times of a talented writer with her most ambitious novel.

‘Wright was the first Australian crime writer to take seriously the idea that a woman can play a major role in detecting crime’ - Prof Stephen Knight, University of Melbourne, 2014

THE DEVIL’S CARESS
adapted by Wendy Lewis
based on the novel by June Wright
directed by Roz Riley
presented by Factory Space Theatre, an independent company of professional actors

Friday 23 March at 7.30pm; Saturday 24 March at 7.30pm; Sunday 25 March at 2pm; Friday 6 April at 7.30pm; Saturday 7 April at 7.30pm; Sunday 8 April at 2pm; Friday 13 April at 7.30pm; Saturday 14 April at 7.30pm. No performances over Easter weekend.
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Location:
Star of the Sea Theatre,
Manly New South Wales,2095
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Star of the Sea Theatre,
Manly New South Wales,2095
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The Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra Presents Pastoral Melodies
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Event Date: 25/03/2018, 03:00 pm

Australia’s bold and brilliant Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra opens its 2018 season
This giveaway is for the Sydney Concert.

Australia’s bold and brilliant Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra opens its 2018 season next month with Pastoral Melodies (22 March Melbourne, 25 March Sydney), featuring much-loved idyllic and tempestuous works of Mozart, Mendelssohn, Brahms & Beethoven.

Together with Polyphonic Voices in Melbourne and Sydney Chamber Choir in Sydney and conducted by their iconic artistic director, Richard Gill AO, the orchestra’s world-class musicians present their latest.

The Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra offers unique historically informed performance style on dynamic period instruments.
This first concert series for the year presents not only sweeping full orchestral sounds but heavenly choral music featuring two of Australia’s premier choirs.

The program features Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture (‘Fingal’s Cave’), Five Songs by Brahms, Mozart’s Spaur Messe (‘Piccolomini’) and Beethoven’s sweeping ‘Pastoral’ Symphony No.6.
Richard Gill offers his erudite, entertaining pre-concert talks 45 minutes before each concert.
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City Recital Hall, 2 - 12 Angel Place,
Sydney New South Wales,2000
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City Recital Hall, 2 - 12 Angel Place,
Sydney New South Wales,2000
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Phone Number: 02 8256 2222

The Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra Presents Pastoral Melodies
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Event Date: 22/03/2018, 07:30 pm

Australia’s bold and brilliant Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra opens its 2018 season
This giveaway is for the Melbourne Concert.

Australia’s bold and brilliant Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra opens its 2018 season next month with Pastoral Melodies (22 March Melbourne, 25 March Sydney), featuring much-loved idyllic and tempestuous works of Mozart, Mendelssohn, Brahms & Beethoven.

Together with Polyphonic Voices in Melbourne and Sydney Chamber Choir in Sydney and conducted by their iconic artistic director, Richard Gill AO, the orchestra’s world-class musicians present their latest.

The Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra offers unique historically informed performance style on dynamic period instruments.
This first concert series for the year presents not only sweeping full orchestral sounds but heavenly choral music featuring two of Australia’s premier choirs.

The program features Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture (‘Fingal’s Cave’), Five Songs by Brahms, Mozart’s Spaur Messe (‘Piccolomini’) and Beethoven’s sweeping ‘Pastoral’ Symphony No.6.
Richard Gill offers his erudite, entertaining pre-concert talks 45 minutes before each concert.
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Elisabeth Murdoch Hall of the Melbourne Recital Centre,
Melbourne New South Wales,3000
Location:
Elisabeth Murdoch Hall of the Melbourne Recital Centre,
Melbourne New South Wales,3000
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Phone Number: 02 9699 3333

Back To Back: Q Theatre
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Back To Back: Q Theatre

Event Date: 22/03/2018, 07:30 pm

A double headline theatre extravaganza Back to Back
The worlds of science and theatre will collide at the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre with double headline theatre extravaganza Back to Back (15 March – 24 March, 2018). The show will feature How I Saved the Western Black Rhino, an uplifting call to action on wildlife extinction, alongside Everything You Ever Wanted, exploring extreme diet culture.
Presented by Nathan Harrison and Rachel Roberts, the fascinating double bill was produced by Q Theatre, The Joan’s resident theatre program creating unique works for, and from, the heart of Penrith.
“Two shows, one ticket, one great night - what more could you ask for?” said Creative Producer, Nick Atkins. “These fantastic productions blend the best parts of science and theatre into an incredible show that is as entertaining as it is educational.”
How do you save a species from the brink of disappearing forever? How I Saved the Western Black Rhino confronts audiences with a shocking fact: we are in the midst of an extinction crisis rivalling that of the dinosaurs. Featuring an uplifting story of rescuing one of the last Western Black Rhinos in existence, Nathan Harrison’s incredible solo performance explores the complexity of wildlife conservation.
Everything You Ever Wanted is a deeply personal exploration of the touchy subjects of diet culture and disordered eating. Joining the voices of fat activists and scientists before her, future-dietitian-turned-theatre maker Rachel Roberts stars in this captivating show revealing the dark underbelly of dieting.
Tickets are $55 Standard, $50 Concession or $30 for Under 30s.
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Location:
Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, 597 High Street,
Penrith New South Wales,2750
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Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, 597 High Street,
Penrith New South Wales,2750
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Website URL: www.thejoan.com.au

Orny Adams
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Orny Adams

Event Date: 21/03/2018, 07:00 pm

Comedian Orny Adams is returning to Australia
Comedian Orny Adams is returning to Australia with his new show More Than Loud. Adams first gained the spotlight after co-starring in Jerry Seinfeld’s documentary Comedian, but in the past few years he has become a comedy stand out all his own. A seasoned vet with a fresh voice, Adams has performed on Conan, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno and The Late Show With David Letterman multiple times, hosted his own shows for the Travel Channel and has written and performed on two Emmy’s broadcasts. To younger audiences, though, Orny is best known as “Coach Finstock” on the hit MTV show Teen Wolf.

“I'm a big Orny Adams fan.” -- Jerry Seinfeld

Go see for yourself. Don’t miss Orny Adams on tour in Australia!
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Location:
The Comedy Store, The Entertainment Quarter,
Moore Park New South Wales,2021
Location:
The Comedy Store, The Entertainment Quarter,
Moore Park New South Wales,2021
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Website URL: www.ornyadams.com/

Orny Adams In Melbourne
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Orny Adams In Melbourne

Event Date: 22/03/2018, 08:00 pm

Comedian Orny Adams is returning to Australia
Comedian Orny Adams is returning to Australia with his new show More Than Loud. Adams first gained the spotlight after co-starring in Jerry Seinfeld’s documentary Comedian, but in the past few years he has become a comedy stand out all his own. A seasoned vet with a fresh voice, Adams has performed on Conan, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno and The Late Show With David Letterman multiple times, hosted his own shows for the Travel Channel and has written and performed on two Emmy’s broadcasts. To younger audiences, though, Orny is best known as “Coach Finstock” on the hit MTV show Teen Wolf.

“I'm a big Orny Adams fan.” -- Jerry Seinfeld

Go see for yourself. Don’t miss Orny Adams on tour in Australia!
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Location:
THE COMIC'S LOUNGE 26 ERROL STREET ,
North Melbourne Victoria,3051
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THE COMIC'S LOUNGE 26 ERROL STREET ,
North Melbourne Victoria,3051
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Website URL: www.ornyadams.com/

Short, Sweet And Film
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Short, Sweet And Film

Event Date: 20/03/2018, 07:30 pm

Hot on the heels of the successful international finals in Hollywood last year, the second Sydney ..
Hot on the heels of the successful international finals in Hollywood last year, the second Sydney season is about to get underway.

Since its inception last year, the Short+Sweet Film Festival has attracted record numbers of entries
from filmmakers all over Australia and the world offering a range of genres for films - all under ten minutes.
This year the film festival runs parallel with the theatre festival (see week 5 release attached)
and will showcase a range of local and international movies across four heats running every Tuesday night from 6 March 7.30pm at the Tom Mann Theatre, Surry Hills - culminating in a Finals series over the Easter weekend.

Short+Sweet Founder Mark Cleary said he was committed to delivering “a world class film festival with an A-List Hollywood finale”.
“Over the past year we have presented Short+Sweet Film Festivals in Australia, India, SE Asia
and the Middle East with the winning films presented in LA at a Gala Final,” Cleary said.
The Hollywood screening was partnered by the world-renowned Stella Adler Academy of Acting and Theatre in LA that boasts such Hollywood heavyweights such as Mark Ruffallo, Brad Fisher and Benicio del Toro.

According to its Sydney-based festival director Greg Dolgopolov, the most important aspect of Short+Sweet is to bring local filmmakers together and in direct contact with their audiences.

Short+Sweet Film Sydney screens weekly Tues nights from 6 March 7.30pm
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Location:
Tom Mann Theatre, 136 Chalmers Street,
Surry Hills New South Wales,2008
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Tom Mann Theatre, 136 Chalmers Street,
Surry Hills New South Wales,2008
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Short And Sweet Week 7 Last Day
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Short And Sweet Week 7

Event Date: 15/03/2018, 07:30 pm

Week Seven – with 10 short plays nightly
Short+Sweet has spread the popular 10-minute format in theatre, dance, cabaret & comedy across Australia and the globe – with festivals now as far afield as Hollywood, India, Malaysia, Dubai and NZ.
Its Hollywood festival is one of the world’s go-to showcases for new talent on stage and screen.
But the original Sydney theatre festival is now in its 17th year and has a new home in Surry Hills’ Tom Mann Theatre.

Festival director Pete Malicki is a Short+Sweet legend, having written and directed for the fest for well over a decade.
This year S+S will again feature not only the judges’ voting and the People’s Choice audience votes,
but his director’s picks – all heading for the April Gala Finals.

Short+Sweet Week 7 – Thur 15 to Sun 18 March

The short, sharp comedy, romance and drama keeps coming asShort+Sweet enters the penultimate week of heats from 15 March…all heading towards the Finals week from Tues 27 March to Sun 1 April - and the ultimate Gala Awards Finals 5-7 April.
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Tom Mann Theatre Theatre, 136 Chalmers St,,
Surry Hills New South Wales,2010
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Tom Mann Theatre Theatre, 136 Chalmers St,,
Surry Hills New South Wales,2010
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Short, Sweet And Film
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Short, Sweet And Film

Event Date: 13/03/2018, 07:30 pm

Hot on the heels of the successful international finals in Hollywood last year, the second Sydney ..
Hot on the heels of the successful international finals in Hollywood last year, the second Sydney season is about to get underway.

Since its inception last year, the Short+Sweet Film Festival has attracted record numbers of entries
from filmmakers all over Australia and the world offering a range of genres for films - all under ten minutes.
This year the film festival runs parallel with the theatre festival (see week 5 release attached)
and will showcase a range of local and international movies across four heats running every Tuesday night from 6 March 7.30pm at the Tom Mann Theatre, Surry Hills - culminating in a Finals series over the Easter weekend.

Short+Sweet Founder Mark Cleary said he was committed to delivering “a world class film festival with an A-List Hollywood finale”.
“Over the past year we have presented Short+Sweet Film Festivals in Australia, India, SE Asia
and the Middle East with the winning films presented in LA at a Gala Final,” Cleary said.
The Hollywood screening was partnered by the world-renowned Stella Adler Academy of Acting and Theatre in LA that boasts such Hollywood heavyweights such as Mark Ruffallo, Brad Fisher and Benicio del Toro.

According to its Sydney-based festival director Greg Dolgopolov, the most important aspect of Short+Sweet is to bring local filmmakers together and in direct contact with their audiences.

Short+Sweet Film Sydney screens weekly Tues nights from 6 March 7.30pm
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Location:
Tom Mann Theatre, 136 Chalmers Street,
Surry Hills New South Wales,2008
Location:
Tom Mann Theatre, 136 Chalmers Street,
Surry Hills New South Wales,2008
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