September's biggest events
What happens when Edgar Allan Poe's works burst to life across 30 rooms in an abandoned Newtown warehouse? That's what audiences will experience at A Midnight Visit, a new large-scale site-specific interactive theatre production.
The next vintage production coming to Australia is the original Evita, with Australian pop princess Tina Arena starring as Eva Perón. Opera Australia and John Frost are collaborating to revive the 1978 West End production.
To some, The Merchant of Venice is one of Shakespeare's greatest pleas for acceptance and against discrimination, but to others, it is starkly antisemitic. It's also one of his most ingeniously structured works, by turns funny and confronting.
Video and photographic artist Talia Smith curates the first exhibition of Artbank Sydney’s Emerging Curator program, bringing together artworks from Artbank’s existing collection with several loaned pieces to explore the ongoing impact of human action of the planet.
Macbeth – the story of the Scottish general who rises to be King by ruthless means – will be brought to life by the Southampton's Company, featuring male and female actors.
An all-female cast take on this absurdist classic that's loosey based on a real-life invesitgation of the death of Giuseppe Pinelli, who was accused of bombing a bank before “falling” out of a fourth floor window at the police station HQ.
The Cannery Rosebery is inviting food vendors, craft creators, purveyors of fashion and boutique stall holders selling homewares, gifts and art to its cool warehouse for a full day of food and retail adventures.
Madiba the Musical – A Celebration of the Life of Nelson Mandela is told through the eyes of young artist Will, a victim of apartheid. It interweaves the story of Mandela with tales of forbidden love and the fight against apartheid.