Festival Pass: Antidote 2022

Festival Pass: Antidote 2022

Antidote is a festival of ideas, art and change.
Recorded at the Sydney Opera House, Sunday 11 September 2022

So much has changed since we saw you last. Disasters we can’t control. Politics we’re shaking up. Media that makes us grumble. And social transformation that gives us hope.

Together, we’ll look for new solutions to problems we’ve failed to fix and for sweet relief from crises that seem to mount. We’ll look for ways not to harden ourselves to the hardship around us. We’ll look for better ways to take care of each other, to defend each other, to love one another.

We'll turn to science, to politics, and to our best minds to find some answers. And we'll turn to the arts to open our eyes to truths we've forgotten how to see, and the joy we've forgotten how to hold. At Antidote, we’ll question, we’ll celebrate, and we'll come together - curious, determined, and open.

Festival Pass includes:
1. Succession’s Brian Cox: The Evil in Us All
2. Malcolm Turnbull AC & Ed Coper: Unfriend the Algorithm
3. Olivia Laing: The Body Free and Powerful
4. Jarvis Cocker: Good Pop Bad Pop
5. The World Turned Upside Down: Adam Bandt, Cathy McGowan, Allegra Spender and more
6. Welcome to the Pandemicene
7. Where Do We Go From Here?
8. A Higher Calling

Auslan and Live Captioned available (check each event page for details)
Duration: approximately 60 minutes per Livestream; approximately 480 minutes total viewing
Rental period: 30 days

Festival Pass: Antidote 2022
  • Brian Cox: The Evil in Us All: Antidote 2022 Livestream

    Presented as part of Antidote 2022
    Live-broadcast from The Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House
    Sunday, 11 September 2022 11am AEST
    Auslan and Live Captioned

    As an actor for stage and screen, Brian Cox has built a brilliant career on getting under the skin of tyranny. Don't miss this exploration of...

  • Malcolm Turnbull AC & Ed Coper: Unfriend the Algorithm: Antidote 2022

    Ask a question: Should time allow, there will be a Q&A session towards the end of the talk. You can ask a question any time using Slido.com with the event code #dramatheatre.

    Presented as part of Antidote 2022
    Live-broadcast from The Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House
    Sunday, 11 September 2022 1...

  • A Higher Calling: Antidote 2022

    Lisa Pryor & Amy Coopes, hosted by Norman Swan

    Presented as part of Antidote 2022
    Live-broadcast from The Playhouse, Sydney Opera House
    Sunday, 11 September 3pm AEST
    Auslan and Live Captioned

    These high-achievers sacrificed successful careers in journalism to take up the rigorous study necessa...

  • The World Turned Upside Down: Antidote 2022 - Livestream

    Presented as part of Antidote 2022
    Live-broadcast from The Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House
    Sunday, 11 September 2022 4pm AEST
    Auslan and Live Captioned

    The cross benches in our federal parliament got quite a bit more crowded at this year's election. Will this Independents movement continue to ...

  • The Body Free and Powerful: Olivia Laing: Antidote 2022

    Presented as part of Antidote 2022
    Live-broadcast from The Playhouse Theatre, Sydney Opera House
    Sunday, 11 September 2022 5pm AEST
    This talk is recommended for ages 15+
    Auslan and Live Captioned

    The body is the arena where power and politicised control play out. Join Olivia Laing as she examin...

  • Welcome to the Pandemicene: Antidote 2022

    Please be advised that Ed Yong joins this conversation via video conference from Washington DC.

    Presented as part of Antidote 2022
    Live-broadcast from The Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House
    Sunday, 11 September 2022 11am AEST
    Live Captioned

    The climate crisis has created a unique situation that...

  • Where do we go from here?: Antidote 2022

    Presented as part of Antidote 2022
    Live-broadcast from The Playhouse, Sydney Opera House
    Sunday, 11 September 2022 1pm AEST
    Auslan and Live Captioned

    With growing momentum to enact the Uluru Statement from the Heart, is a meaningful change for First Nations people and our country finally reall...