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HATSICAL

Event Date: 25/09/2017, 10:30 am

Hatsical! - A Puppet Musical Comedy for Kids
From the world of the Meowalot Kids Club where puppets and people hang out, YellowKat and her friends use a box of hats to recreate Shakespeare’s romantic comedy ‘Twelfth Night’. A pampered countess, a dragon duke out to impress, two very cheeky monkeys and the hero twins will be boating, sword fighting, letter writing, eating, and getting married all in an hour and all in hats!

Featuring puppets, live music, a professional cast, with original songs and witty puppet banter, Hatsical the Musical is set to entertain during these school holidays with its unique musical theatre comedy style and zany puppet characters.

YellowKat Productions has been entertaining children with quality content since 2007, performing in preschools, shopping centres, festivals, clubs, private parties and large concerts as well as a regular podcast. With a large catalogue of over 40 songs YellowKat’s music is written specifically to involve, engage and entertain young children. YellowKat’s latest album, Walla Walla Bing, placed 9 songs in the top 20 in the children's song category in the Australian Songwriter’s Association Children's Song of the Year 2016.

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http://www.kingstreettheatre.com.au/hatsical-the-musical/

WHEN
25 September - 7 October 2017 (School Holidays)
Monday to Friday, 10:30am and 1:00pm
Saturdays and Monday Labour Day Public Holiday: 1:00pm only
1 hour duration

TICKETS
Kids/Concession: $20.00
Adults: $25.00
Family: $70
Groups of 10+: $17.00 per person
Vocational Care Groups: $15.00 per person

CAST:
Sonia Hardie
Celeste Notley-Smith
Max Newstead
Helen Perris
Anton Korytnyj

WRITTEN BY:
Sonia Hardie & Celeste Notley-Smith
MUSIC BY:
Sonia Hardie & Anton Korytnyj
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KING STREET THEATRE ,
NEWTOWN New South Wales,2042
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KING STREET THEATRE ,
NEWTOWN New South Wales,2042
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Phone Number: 0423082015

Bespoken Word Last Day
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Bespoken Word

Event Date: 28/09/2017, 07:30 pm

Bespoken Word is a monthly fresh new night of wonderful live storytelling & comedy.
The idea in creating Bespoken Word is give audiences an engaging, funny and at times poignant evening of great stories well told. The show is divided into two halves - the haves and have nots. Those who have prepared - and those who have not. The first bracket features crafted and practiced stories. Guests who take the stage in the second bracket have not even been given the topic yet, let alone time to prepare.

The first half, hosted by Kate Iselin will feature invited writers and people from the public performing their best stories linked by a theme for the night such as ‘Betrayal/Betrothal’ or ‘Wrong Place Wrong Time'. Each participant has about 5 minutes of stage time to take us on a vivid storytelling journey. The audience chooses the story that most moved them and the winner receives a magnificent very inexpensive prize and a bottle of wine.

After intermission, John Knowles hosts a live episode of ‘I Can Top That!, John’s storytelling gameshow as heard on ABC 702’s Afternoons with James Valentine. Its competitive true-story-telling-one-upmanship. Three professional comedians are challenged to tell their funniest true recollections based on a random audience suggestion. As one performer finishes their story, another shouts, “I CAN TOP THAT!” and tried to do just that with their own even better story. Its like The Moth meets Family Feud. It’s like Hamish and Andy’s True Stories but experienced live onstage without interruptions, editing or a net. The audience decides which guests wins the round, and then suggests a new topic. The key to this brand of comedy is that these stories are all true. Some will be shocking, others embarrassing, insightful, sweet or just plain hilarious. Its a smorgasbord of real life adventures
and raw revelations with an emphasis on vulnerability, confession and laughter.
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Location:
Petersham Bowling Club, 77 Brighton St,
Petersham New South Wales,2049
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Petersham Bowling Club, 77 Brighton St,
Petersham New South Wales,2049
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Bespoken Word

Event Date: 28/09/2017, 07:30 pm

Bespoken Word is a monthly fresh new night of wonderful live storytelling & comedy.
The idea in creating Bespoken Word is give audiences an engaging, funny and at times poignant evening of great stories well told. The show is divided into two halves - the haves and have nots. Those who have prepared - and those who have not. The first bracket features crafted and practiced stories. Guests who take the stage in the second bracket have not even been given the topic yet, let alone time to prepare.

The first half, hosted by Kate Iselin will feature invited writers and people from the public performing their best stories linked by a theme for the night such as ‘Betrayal/Betrothal’ or ‘Wrong Place Wrong Time'. Each participant has about 5 minutes of stage time to take us on a vivid storytelling journey. The audience chooses the story that most moved them and the winner receives a magnificent very inexpensive prize and a bottle of wine.

After intermission, John Knowles hosts a live episode of ‘I Can Top That!, John’s storytelling gameshow as heard on ABC 702’s Afternoons with James Valentine. Its competitive true-story-telling-one-upmanship. Three professional comedians are challenged to tell their funniest true recollections based on a random audience suggestion. As one performer finishes their story, another shouts, “I CAN TOP THAT!” and tried to do just that with their own even better story. Its like The Moth meets Family Feud. It’s like Hamish and Andy’s True Stories but experienced live onstage without interruptions, editing or a net. The audience decides which guests wins the round, and then suggests a new topic. The key to this brand of comedy is that these stories are all true. Some will be shocking, others embarrassing, insightful, sweet or just plain hilarious. Its a smorgasbord of real life adventures
and raw revelations with an emphasis on vulnerability, confession and laughter.
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Location:
Petersham Bowling Club, 77 Brighton St,
Petersham New South Wales,2049
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Petersham Bowling Club, 77 Brighton St,
Petersham New South Wales,2049
The Winter's Tale
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The Winter's Tale

Event Date: 28/09/2017, 08:00 pm

In a fit of wild jealousy, Leontes, the King of Sicily, condemns his wife to death
n a fit of wild jealousy, Leontes, the King of Sicily, condemns his wife to death, convincing himself that she is pregnant with his best friend's child. Part tragedy, part comedy, part romance, The Winter’s Tale takes us on a roller coaster journey from friendship to jealousy, love to rage, cruelty to passion and from revenge to regret.

Directed by Sean O’Riordan and designed by Isabel Hudson, THE WINTER'S TALE combines the magical charm of a fairytale with the gripping tension of a thriller.

27 Sept - 7 Oct 2017
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The Depot Theatre, 142 Addison Rd,
Marrickville New South Wales,2204
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The Depot Theatre, 142 Addison Rd,
Marrickville New South Wales,2204
Princesses & Princes
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Princesses & Princes

Event Date: 30/09/2017, 12:00 pm

Memorable songs from the most much-loved princesses and princes
In this concert extravaganza all your favourite PRINCESSES & PRINCES will come to life on stage. You will hear song after song - two shows only at The Concourse, Chatswood on Saturday 30 September.

Presenting memorable songs from the most much-loved princesses and princes, this new production will bring to
life treasured characters from Frozen, The Little Mermaid, Cinderella, Snow White, Trolls and many more.
An enchanted fun-filled hour of singing and dancing for the whole family, from the youngest family member to the young at heart.
LOUD Theatre Company provides opportunities for the most talented performing arts high school students across Sydney to perform on a professional stage.
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The Concource @ Chatswood,
Chatswood New South Wales,2067
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The Concource @ Chatswood,
Chatswood New South Wales,2067
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
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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: 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

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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 Last Day
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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
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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Location:
His Majesty's Theatre, 825 Hay Street,
Perth Western Australia,6000
Location:
His Majesty's Theatre, 825 Hay Street,
Perth Western Australia,6000