The Pirates Of Penzance
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The Pirates Of Penzance

Event Date: 06/10/2017, 08:00 pm

Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Sydney are presenting a swashbuckling and hilarious production.
Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Sydney are presenting a swashbuckling and hilarious production of The Pirates of Penzance!

On an idyllic beach in Cornwall, England, we meet Frederic: a young, strapping, handsome, not over-intelligent pirate who's 21 today.

He was inadvertently apprenticed to a pirate at the age of 8 because his governess, Ruth, was hard of hearing. Now that he's come of age, Frederic’s apprenticeship is now completed, so where does he go from here?

Having been at sea for so long, our hero can’t remember what a young woman looks like.

Suddenly, along comes a bevy of beautiful maidens out for a picnic and a paddle. Crisis for Fred!

By chance, these girls’ foster-father is a Major-General who missed his vocation as a rapper but is now making up for lost time.

So what does he do to save the day?

You won’t believe what comes next. If you love confusion, contradiction, con trickery, constabulary, and consummate melodies, then The Pirates of Penzance will explain who put the ‘corn’ in ‘Cornwall’ - and send you out of the theatre on a consupercalifragilisticexpialidocious high!

Hear all your favourite songs, including ‘Poor Wand’ring One’, ‘I am the very model of the Major-General' and 'A Policeman's lot is not a happy one'.

With Stage Director Victoria Watson, Musical Director Rod Mounjed and Choreographer Sarah Pearce at the helm, this is one production not to be missed!
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Shore School,
North Sydney New South Wales,2060
Location:
Shore School,
North Sydney New South Wales,2060
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The Pirates Of Penzance

Event Date: 06/10/2017, 08:00 pm

Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Sydney are presenting a swashbuckling and hilarious production.
Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Sydney are presenting a swashbuckling and hilarious production of The Pirates of Penzance!

On an idyllic beach in Cornwall, England, we meet Frederic: a young, strapping, handsome, not over-intelligent pirate who's 21 today.

He was inadvertently apprenticed to a pirate at the age of 8 because his governess, Ruth, was hard of hearing. Now that he's come of age, Frederic’s apprenticeship is now completed, so where does he go from here?

Having been at sea for so long, our hero can’t remember what a young woman looks like.

Suddenly, along comes a bevy of beautiful maidens out for a picnic and a paddle. Crisis for Fred!

By chance, these girls’ foster-father is a Major-General who missed his vocation as a rapper but is now making up for lost time.

So what does he do to save the day?

You won’t believe what comes next. If you love confusion, contradiction, con trickery, constabulary, and consummate melodies, then The Pirates of Penzance will explain who put the ‘corn’ in ‘Cornwall’ - and send you out of the theatre on a consupercalifragilisticexpialidocious high!

Hear all your favourite songs, including ‘Poor Wand’ring One’, ‘I am the very model of the Major-General' and 'A Policeman's lot is not a happy one'.

With Stage Director Victoria Watson, Musical Director Rod Mounjed and Choreographer Sarah Pearce at the helm, this is one production not to be missed!
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Location:
Shore School,
North Sydney New South Wales,2060
Location:
Shore School,
North Sydney New South Wales,2060
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YERMA
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YERMA

Event Date: 04/10/2017, 06:00 pm

Starring Olivier Winner Billie Piper & Brendan CowellI, it is directed by Australian Simon Stone
Currently playing and captured live on stage in at London's Young Vic Theatre in HD, YERMA then screens it to 2,500 cinemas in 60 countries inc Australia, where it will be in cinemas from October 4 (60 locations nationally)
The incredible Billie Piper (Penny Dreadful, Great Britain) returns in her award-winning role, joined by acclaimed Australian actor Brendan Cowell. A young woman is driven to the unthinkable by her desperate desire to have a child in Australian director Simon Stone’s radical production of Lorca’s achingly powerful masterpiece. The unmissable theatre phenomenon sold out at the Young Vic and critics call it ‘an extraordinary theatrical triumph’ (The Times) and ‘stunning, searing, unmissable’ (Mail on Sunday). Billie Piper’s lead performance is described as ‘spellbinding’ (The Evening Standard), ‘astonishing’ (iNews) and ‘devastatingly powerful’ (The Daily Telegraph). Set in contemporary London, Piper’s portrayal of a woman in her thirties desperate to conceive builds with elemental force to a staggering, shocking, climax.
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Dendy Cinema,
Newtown New South Wales,2042
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Dendy Cinema,
Newtown New South Wales,2042
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YERMA

Event Date: 04/10/2017, 06:00 pm

Starring Olivier Winner Billie Piper & Brendan CowellI, it is directed by Australian Simon Stone
Currently playing and captured live on stage in at London's Young Vic Theatre in HD, YERMA then screens it to 2,500 cinemas in 60 countries inc Australia, where it will be in cinemas from October 4 (60 locations nationally)
The incredible Billie Piper (Penny Dreadful, Great Britain) returns in her award-winning role, joined by acclaimed Australian actor Brendan Cowell. A young woman is driven to the unthinkable by her desperate desire to have a child in Australian director Simon Stone’s radical production of Lorca’s achingly powerful masterpiece. The unmissable theatre phenomenon sold out at the Young Vic and critics call it ‘an extraordinary theatrical triumph’ (The Times) and ‘stunning, searing, unmissable’ (Mail on Sunday). Billie Piper’s lead performance is described as ‘spellbinding’ (The Evening Standard), ‘astonishing’ (iNews) and ‘devastatingly powerful’ (The Daily Telegraph). Set in contemporary London, Piper’s portrayal of a woman in her thirties desperate to conceive builds with elemental force to a staggering, shocking, climax.
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Dendy Cinema,
Newtown New South Wales,2042
Location:
Dendy Cinema,
Newtown New South Wales,2042
Yamato The Drummers Of Japan
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Yamato The Drummers Of Japan

Event Date: 05/10/2017, 07:30 pm

Perth Giveaway - YAMATO THE DRUMMERS OF JAPAN are touring Australia from 8 Sept to 6 Oct 2017.
Since 1993, YAMATO have performed in 53 countries around the world reaching over 6 million people, making them the most prolific Japanese performing art group to tour internationally.

YAMATO are the epitome of the Japanese spirit and bring new life to the traditional Japanese taiko and wadaiko drums by paying respect to its rich history and exploring contemporary drumming styles. Beginning with the boom of a taiko drum made from a large 400 year-old tree, performers move their whole bodies to strike the drum with a powerful surge of energy that uplifts audiences in sync with the rhythm and intensity.
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His Majesty's Theatre, 825 Hay Street,
Perth Western Australia,6000
Location:
His Majesty's Theatre, 825 Hay Street,
Perth Western Australia,6000
Hedda
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Hedda

Event Date: 14/10/2017, 07:30 pm

Factory Space Theatre Company presents
"Hedda"
A new version, by Emma Willis
Directed by Roz Riley

"A woman, a fire and a gun; three men, a manuscript and a child.
TROUBLE…."
A complex narrative of the twisted issues of power, sexuality and blackmail. Would your fear of scandal triumph over your urge for wanton revelry?

7:30pm performances:
13, 14, 20, 21, 27 & 28 October
2pm matinees:
15 & 22 October

Star of the Sea Theatre, junction of Collingwood St and Iluka Ave, MANLY,

Prices $28/$35, special offers from our website www.factoryspace.org
Book online at https://www.trybooking.com/RXKX or ring 94391906

Contact Roz at factoryspacetheatre@gmail.com for more press enquiries.

Factory Space is an independent theatre company of professional actors.
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Star Of The Sea Theatre ,
Manly New South Wales,2095
Location:
Star Of The Sea Theatre ,
Manly New South Wales,2095
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Phone Number: 94391906

Figaro Last Day
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Figaro

Event Date: 29/09/2017, 07:30 pm

Hilarious romp set in late 18th century Spain.
The New York Times described Figaro, Charles Morey's new hit adaptation of Le Mariage de Figaro by Beaumarchais, as 'Infectious' 'Tart' and 'Funny'! Often overshadowed by the Operatic version this hilarious romp remains tellingly relevant as Figaro himself explains "I took up my pen and wrote a book everyone admired that offered the modest suggestion that the rich should pay more tax than the poor, speculators should be responsible for their own losses and government ministers should not accept gifts from wealthy merchants."

Figaro, man servant to Count Almaviva, is engaged to Suzanne, maidservant to the Countess. The problem is that the Count, who has only been married 3 years himself, will not sign the marriage contract allowing the marriage to go ahead as he has "other plans" for Suzanne. A Figaro-ian scheme is needed to persuade the Count of his love for the Countess. But Suzanne and the Countess are dubious of its success and decide to take matters into their own hands. With lots of mistaken identities, broken promises, a love sick page, Antonio the gardeners melons, a birthmark in the shape of a spatula and lots of doors and letters, this hilarious romp set in late 18th century Spain highlights the difference in the class structure of the day.

When written in 1778 Le Mariage de Figaro by Beaumarchais was initially banned by the censors for its criticism of the French Aristocracy and shows us the growing revolutionary thinking in France at that time.
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Location:
The Genesian Theatre, 420 Kent Street,
Sydney New South Wales,2000
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The Genesian Theatre, 420 Kent Street,
Sydney New South Wales,2000
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Phone Number: 1300 237 217
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Figaro

Event Date: 30/09/2017, 07:30 pm

Hilarious romp set in late 18th century Spain.
The New York Times described Figaro, Charles Morey's new hit adaptation of Le Mariage de Figaro by Beaumarchais, as 'Infectious' 'Tart' and 'Funny'! Often overshadowed by the Operatic version this hilarious romp remains tellingly relevant as Figaro himself explains "I took up my pen and wrote a book everyone admired that offered the modest suggestion that the rich should pay more tax than the poor, speculators should be responsible for their own losses and government ministers should not accept gifts from wealthy merchants."

Figaro, man servant to Count Almaviva, is engaged to Suzanne, maidservant to the Countess. The problem is that the Count, who has only been married 3 years himself, will not sign the marriage contract allowing the marriage to go ahead as he has "other plans" for Suzanne. A Figaro-ian scheme is needed to persuade the Count of his love for the Countess. But Suzanne and the Countess are dubious of its success and decide to take matters into their own hands. With lots of mistaken identities, broken promises, a love sick page, Antonio the gardeners melons, a birthmark in the shape of a spatula and lots of doors and letters, this hilarious romp set in late 18th century Spain highlights the difference in the class structure of the day.

When written in 1778 Le Mariage de Figaro by Beaumarchais was initially banned by the censors for its criticism of the French Aristocracy and shows us the growing revolutionary thinking in France at that time.
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Location:
The Genesian Theatre, 420 Kent Street,
Sydney New South Wales,2000
Location:
The Genesian Theatre, 420 Kent Street,
Sydney New South Wales,2000
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Phone Number: 1300 237 217
Figaro
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Figaro

Event Date: 29/09/2017, 07:30 pm

Hilarious romp set in late 18th century Spain.
The New York Times described Figaro, Charles Morey's new hit adaptation of Le Mariage de Figaro by Beaumarchais, as 'Infectious' 'Tart' and 'Funny'! Often overshadowed by the Operatic version this hilarious romp remains tellingly relevant as Figaro himself explains "I took up my pen and wrote a book everyone admired that offered the modest suggestion that the rich should pay more tax than the poor, speculators should be responsible for their own losses and government ministers should not accept gifts from wealthy merchants."

Figaro, man servant to Count Almaviva, is engaged to Suzanne, maidservant to the Countess. The problem is that the Count, who has only been married 3 years himself, will not sign the marriage contract allowing the marriage to go ahead as he has "other plans" for Suzanne. A Figaro-ian scheme is needed to persuade the Count of his love for the Countess. But Suzanne and the Countess are dubious of its success and decide to take matters into their own hands. With lots of mistaken identities, broken promises, a love sick page, Antonio the gardeners melons, a birthmark in the shape of a spatula and lots of doors and letters, this hilarious romp set in late 18th century Spain highlights the difference in the class structure of the day.

When written in 1778 Le Mariage de Figaro by Beaumarchais was initially banned by the censors for its criticism of the French Aristocracy and shows us the growing revolutionary thinking in France at that time.
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Location:
The Genesian Theatre, 420 Kent Street,
Sydney New South Wales,2000
Location:
The Genesian Theatre, 420 Kent Street,
Sydney New South Wales,2000
Contact Information:
Phone Number: 1300 237 217

Figaro
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Figaro

Event Date: 30/09/2017, 07:30 pm

Hilarious romp set in late 18th century Spain.
The New York Times described Figaro, Charles Morey's new hit adaptation of Le Mariage de Figaro by Beaumarchais, as 'Infectious' 'Tart' and 'Funny'! Often overshadowed by the Operatic version this hilarious romp remains tellingly relevant as Figaro himself explains "I took up my pen and wrote a book everyone admired that offered the modest suggestion that the rich should pay more tax than the poor, speculators should be responsible for their own losses and government ministers should not accept gifts from wealthy merchants."

Figaro, man servant to Count Almaviva, is engaged to Suzanne, maidservant to the Countess. The problem is that the Count, who has only been married 3 years himself, will not sign the marriage contract allowing the marriage to go ahead as he has "other plans" for Suzanne. A Figaro-ian scheme is needed to persuade the Count of his love for the Countess. But Suzanne and the Countess are dubious of its success and decide to take matters into their own hands. With lots of mistaken identities, broken promises, a love sick page, Antonio the gardeners melons, a birthmark in the shape of a spatula and lots of doors and letters, this hilarious romp set in late 18th century Spain highlights the difference in the class structure of the day.

When written in 1778 Le Mariage de Figaro by Beaumarchais was initially banned by the censors for its criticism of the French Aristocracy and shows us the growing revolutionary thinking in France at that time.
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Location:
The Genesian Theatre, 420 Kent Street,
Sydney New South Wales,2000
Location:
The Genesian Theatre, 420 Kent Street,
Sydney New South Wales,2000
Contact Information:
Phone Number: 1300 237 217