Highlights from Stream. Watch livestreams and special feature programmes, alongside performances and films from the Sydney Opera House archive.

  • All About Women 2024 Festival Pass

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    A selection of 8 talks from All About Women live-streamed on Sunday 10th March 2024.

    All About Women is the Sydney Opera House’s centerpiece talks festival about gender, justice, and equality, held annually in the week of International Women’s Day. For over a decade, the celebrated event has fil...

  • Yellowface - Rebecca F Kuang: All About Women 2024

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    Speakers: Rebecca F. Kuang
    Moderated by: Nakkiah Lui

    The novel Yellowface by Rebecca F. Kuang is a worldwide “zeitgeist” publishing sensation. When June Hayward's friend, the bestselling author Athena Liu, dies in a freak accident, June acts quickly - and steals Athena's manuscript about Chines...

  • Wifedom - Anna Funder: All About Women 2024

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    Speaker: Anna Funder
    Moderater: Jemma Birrell

    When Anna Funder turned to her literary hero, George Orwell, for inspiration, she discovered not just that Eileen O’Shaughnessy, his first wife's, contribution had been ignored by his biographers but that Orwell himself had blatantly downplayed both ...

  • Mary Beard: All About Women 2024

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    Speaker: Mary Beard
    Moderated by: Bri Lee

    For the first time, Sydney audiences will hear directly from Cambridge Professor Emerita Dame Mary Beard in an event that delves into the broad range of her career - from the ruins of ancient Rome to the trenches of Twitter.

    No one is better equipped...

  • Who gets to be bad?: All About Women 2024

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    Speakers: Steph Tisdell, Barkaa
    Moderated by: Rudi Bremer

    The conwoman, the sociopathic girl-boss, the apathetic sad woman, and the femme avenger: pop culture has seen a (BIG) rise in the female anti-hero. Yes - finally, we're allowed to be bad! But most of these characters are white women, lea...

  • Jamie Oliver - In Conversation

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    Watch the renowned Jamie Oliver's Australian exclusive conversation with Melissa Leong. AUSLAN available

  • Arlo Parks - Live at Sydney Opera House (2023)

    The songwriter and poet of bedroom pop made her Sydney Opera House debut.

    One of the world’s hottest young music acts, 23-year-old British singer-songwriter Arlo Parks captured the hearts of audiences and critics with her deeply personal, empathic brand of soulful bedroom pop, winning major musi...

  • Bark of Millions (2023)

    Enjoy a selection of songs from the part rock opera, part reimagined pride parade which presented a 4 hour, 55 original song performance live from the Concert Hall stage.

    Marking each year since the landmark Stonewall uprising, it’s both a celebration and a gift to the queer canon, expanding the...

  • Future Islands - Live at Sydney Opera House (2023)

    Baltimore’s Future Islands brought their synth-pop goodness to the Concert Hall last year performing songs from their latest album, As Long As You Are, alongside favourites from across their career.

    Take your front row seat for this immersive live performance film, a seven song selection that ca...

  • DanceRites 2023 - The Finals

    First Nations culture explored through dance

    Since its inception in 2015, more than 1300 participants from 95 dance groups have joined Australia’s national First Nations dance competition at Bennelong Point, a First Nations meeting place for tens of thousands of years.

    Witness the powerful comi...

  • Camp Cope - Live at Sydney Opera House (2023)

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    After eight years crafting fearless, empowering anthems that shook up Australian music, beloved Melbourne trio Camp Cope signed off with a final farewell show at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall in October 2023.

    The ARIA-nominated trio got the rousing send off they deserve, as singer-guitaris...

  • Shortwave
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    Shortwave is an ongoing series of short film commissions, developed by the Sydney Opera House Screen Program to platform a diverse cross-section of interdisciplinary Australian artists. Each artist develops a short work which reimagines their creative relationship with film and technology.