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  • Festival Pass: Antidote 2022

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    Antidote is a festival of ideas, art and change.
    Live-broadcast from the Sydney Opera House
    Sunday, 11 September 2022

    Pre-order each talk individually or rent the Antidote 2022 Festival Pass and watch 12 talks from this year's festival.
    Single Talks: $15
    Festival Pass: Early Bird $70 (until 15 ...

  • Lighting of the Sails 2022: Yarrkalpa - Hunting Ground, 2021

    Yarrkalpa - Hunting Ground, 2021
    By The Martu Artists And Curiious
    (Inspired By Yarrkalpa – Always Walking Country 2014)
    With Soundtrack By Electric Fields Featuring The Vocals Of The Martu Artists

    Two years in the making, a stunning new digital artwork, 'Yarrkalpa – Hunting Ground, 2021', cre...

  • Legs On The Wall: THAW – No Time To Waste

    In January 2022, Sydney-siders were treated to an unusual spectacle: one brave woman perched atop a giant ice cube, suspended high above the city’s harbour at the peak of summer. THAW marked a dramatic return for renowned local company Legs on the Wall, who delivered an art installation as metaph...

  • Mary Coustas - This Is Personal

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    Mary Coustas, the celebrated Australian comedian, actress, writer, and creator of the iconic 90’s character Effie, premieres her most intimate show to date, This Is Personal. Recorded live at Sydney Opera House on 28 May 2022.

    This Is Personal is a candid and intimate one woman show that combine...

  • The Artificial Reef Project for Kids

    Sydney Opera House is surrounded by water; the Harbour is kind of like our very own backyard!

    Like all backyards - it’s a place that we are responsible for looking after.

    But did you know 60% of Sydney’s harbour shoreline has been replaced by seawalls, resulting in small fish and animals losing...

  • Can I Live?: Panel Discussion

    Sydney Opera House’s Head of First Nations Programming Beau James is joined in conversation by filmmaker Fehinti Balogun, climate change campaigner Tishiko King and environmental researcher and campaigner Bhiamie Williamson. They discuss the film Can I Live? by Fehinti and Complicite, which explo...

  • Crowded House - Live at Sydney Opera House

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    An unforgettable event from the steps of Sydney Opera House. In 2016 Crowded House returned to play a cavalcade of their hits and favourites 20 years after their landmark last concert.

    Crowded House:
    Neil Finn
    Nick Seymour
    Mark Hart
    Matt Sherrod

    Musical Guests:
    Tim Finn
    Harper Finn
    Elroy Finn

  • Piano Day | Andrea Lam, Amanda Palmer, Ian Munro, Vatche Jambazian & Zubin Kanga

    Piano Day 2022 features an exclusive broadcast of new performances by classical, experimental and contemporary musicians including Andrea Lam, Amanda Palmer, Ian Munro, Vatche Jambazian and Zubin Kanga.

    Founded by Nils Frahm in 2015, the 88th day of the year was declared Piano Day - a nod to th...

  • The Umbilical Brothers read The Prince and the Witch and the Thief and the Bears

    Join Australia’s favourite comedy duo, the Umbilical Brothers as they read ‘The Prince and the Witch and the Thief and the Bears’ written by Alastair Chisholm and illustrated by Jez Tuya.
    Jamie settles down for a story at bedtime with his dad. His imaginative interjections turn the traditional fa...

  • Grace Tame & Rosie Batty: All About Women 2022

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    How do we support those who speak out?
    Rosie Batty and Grace Tame hosted by Jamila Rizvi
    Presented at All About Women 2022
    This talk is recommended for age 15+.

    Rosie Batty and Grace Tame have built their lives around fighting for justice. Together for the first time, they share...

  • Firestarter - The Story of Bangarra Dance Theatre

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    Firestarter marks Bangarra Dance Theatre’s 30th anniversary. Taking us through Bangarra’s birth and spectacular growth, the film recognises Bangarra’s founders and tells the story of how three young Aboriginal brothers — Stephen, David and Russell Page — turned the newly born dance group into a F...