Top 10 picks of Sydney Festival 2017
Complicite's one-man show takes audience members on McIntyre's journey into the depths of the Amazon.
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds will be performing their 16th studio album Skeleton Tree.
Step inside the maze of disorienting optical illusions and stumble around as you try to find your way back out again.
Campbelltown Arts Centre will host the first major survey of artworks by the late Myuran Sukumaran.
There’ll be a big top in Prince Alfred Square, where you can seean impressive display of acrobatic skills.
Eleven female dancers perform a fusion of choreography and footy moves, with commentary by Mel McLaughlin.
Sydney Festival is making a giant ball pit in the Cutaway at Barangaroo with 1.1 million recyclable polyethylene balls.
This special performance marks the 50th anniversary of Australia’s 1967 Indigenous rights referendum.
Satire is paired with intense performances to tell a tale set in Putin's Russia.
Briefs are a collective of male burlesque, drag and circus superheroes that formed in Brisbane's underground in 2008.
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