Performing Arts Guide

The return of live performance to Australian stages is a beacon of hope for the industry worldwide.

Melbourne Theatre Company Season Packages

A world of magical moments and pure entertainment awaits you in 2021 at Melbourne Theatre Company.

Theatre illustration by Karan Singh

Featuring six exciting productions including new Australian works, international hits, spectacular classics and more. Don’t miss this theatrical feast at Melbourne’s home of theatre.

Season packages are on sale now, visit to book 

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre

Dive into a unique experience at one of Greater Sydney’s premier multi-arts venues.

 With a diverse blend of exhibitions, performances, programs, online experiences and more, there is something for every arts lover to enjoy. With longer opening hours on Fridays and Saturdays, there’s no better time to visit Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.

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Queensland Theatre’s 2021 Season

The 2021 Season is one for our times — filled with love, laughter, tragedy and triumph, and above all, connection.

Featuring eight bold productions including four world premieres, celebrated classics and a very special theatre experience by Robyn Archer to round out the year, the 2021 Season promises a year of great Australian storytelling that inspires us.

You can still make 2021 a year filled with theatre, with both 3 and 5 play Season Ticket packages available. Book before our next single tickets release in April to snap up the best seats at the best prices — saving up to 28% on tickets!

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Black Swan With Love 2021 Season

Celebrating 30 years, Black Swan creates brave and playful conversations FOR YOU. ABOUT YOU. WITH YOU with a year of new collaborations and inspiring performances.

The 2021 season “With Love” re-establishes the strong connection to the company’s heritage, and is an invitation borne of big-heartedness to share stories of truth, rebellion, community, friendship and hope. Revisit the loved independent production Playthings or laugh in the aisles with Animal Farm. Walk with us through all the curatorial stages of That Shakespeare Play and hold our hands in the tenderness of Every Brilliant Thing. Uncover buried histories in the Heath Ledger Theatre with York, and dance under the stars for the inaugural Maali Festival, a free two-day multi-disciplinary arts celebration.

This is our invitation to you. Membership packages available now at

Get the best seats in the house and 25% off single ticket prices by booking a standard, concession or student ticket package.

Darwin Symphony Orchestra 2021 Season

A year of innovative collaborations, special guest artists and, of course, beautiful music. From an inspiring concert season to unique events that engage younger listeners, there is something entertaining for everyone.

In 2021 DSO also celebrates its dynamic collaborations with Indigenous artists in performances at Barunga and Darwin Festivals, featuring Don Nunggarrgalu, Manuel Dhurrkay, Ripple Effect Band and The Djari Project.

Take a look at some of our exciting events and programs and save with one of our great value subscriptions at our website

Image DSO by Paz Tassone

West Australian Ballet’s STATE

A historic moment in West Australian Ballet’s history as the Company introduce their new season – STATE. This season’s debut will present a contemporary showcase in the Heath Ledger Theatre at the State Theatre of WA. Bringing together a dynamic collection of breathtaking works, experience a new state of mind at WA’s home of contemporary dance.

This contemporary triple-bill will include legendary Australian Choreographer, Graeme Murphy’s Air and Other Invisible Forces, West Australian Ballet Company dancer Adam Alzaim’s GAINSBOURG, an expansion of his existing works from creative showcases and a new work from highly regarded Australian-Javanese Choreographer, Melanie Lane.

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Image: Chihiro Nomura and the dancers of West Australian Ballet in Air and Other Invisible Forces. Photo by Sergey Pevnev

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