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THEATRE – What’s on at Sydney’s Live Theatre Venues

February 14, 2011toApril 13, 2011


The  Sydney Festival is over for 2011 but the fun and games continue.  Plays, music, Short and Sweet, comedies, dramas.

  • Till 13 April 2011

Sydney’s live theatre scene…what’s on  in order of their openings

Now on:

Short+Sweet – the festival of short theatre is in two venues with two different nightly programs per week: NIDA’s Parade Playhouse and Newtown Theatre

Coming very soon:

From 16 February – Picture Perfect at Riverside Parramatta – Fiona Malone’s thrilling dance piece about the addiction to cosmetic surgery

From 25 February – Midnite at the Zenith Theatre Chatswood – Epicentre’s popular bush comedy for the young and young at heart returns

2 March – The Mark Ginsburg Band at 505 in Surry Hills – Original Jazz in a hot inner city venue

From 9 March – Cats at Sutherland Entertainment Centre. Miranda Musical Society brings the all time favourite to life

11 and 12 March – Short+Sweet Gala Awards Final at Parade Theatre, Kensington (NIDA). The climax of the biggest little theatre festival in the world…

From 11 March – Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at Rockdale Town Hall. Rockdale Musical’s production based on the Broadway and Hollywood hit

13 March – The Mike Nock Trio at VJ’s in Chatswood. One of Australia’s greatest jazz combos, live and intimate in the hot new venue

13 March – The Piano Diaries. Joanna Weinberg’s funny and moving musical journey about a life lived at the piano. Love and loss… with star guest musicians.

From 23 March – Orange Flower Water at Darlinghurst Theatre. The darkly comic play about infidelity from the writer of Six Feet Under.

From 1 April – The Wizard of Oz at Hornsby RSL. Hornsby Musical Society with an all-new interpretation of the favourite Hollywood blockbuster

From 13 April – The Sound of Music at PLC Pymble. Chatswood Musical Society’s brilliant new production of the melt-your-heart classic.