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  • The Priest’s Children

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing SystemSubtitles
    19 Nov 2021
    Raffertys Theatre
    The opening night film for the Croatian Film Festival: A condom-piercing Catholic priest takes God’s will into his own hands in this contraception comedy from Croatia.
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    The Priest’s Children

    19 Nov 2021
    Raffertys Theatre
    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing SystemSubtitles
    The opening night film for the Croatian Film Festival: A condom-piercing Catholic priest takes God’s will into his own hands in this contraception comedy from Croatia.
  • Classical Dreamtime – On Demand

    13 Nov - 28 Nov 2021
    Online
    The Metropolitan Orchestra’s ground-breaking Celestial Emu performance, originally performed live at The Seymour Centre in March 2020 and led by TMO Chief Conductor and Artistic Director Sarah-Grace Williams, will be shown in its entirety as it was delivered live on stage.
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    Classical Dreamtime – On Demand

    13 Nov - 28 Nov 2021
    Online
    The Metropolitan Orchestra’s ground-breaking Celestial Emu performance, originally performed live at The Seymour Centre in March 2020 and led by TMO Chief Conductor and Artistic Director Sarah-Grace Williams, will be shown in its entirety as it was delivered live on stage.
  • Alex Buzo’s
    ‘Norm & Ahmed’

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    15 Nov - 20 Nov 2021
    Lennox Theatre
    Will cultures connect or collide at the stroke of midnight? You’re walking home around midnight. It’s dark and the streets are deserted. You’re in a foreign country and your senses are on high alert. Suddenly, from nowhere, a stranger lurches from the shadows. “Got a light?” Do you stop?
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    Alex Buzo’s
    ‘Norm & Ahmed’

    15 Nov - 20 Nov 2021
    Lennox Theatre
    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    Will cultures connect or collide at the stroke of midnight? You’re walking home around midnight. It’s dark and the streets are deserted. You’re in a foreign country and your senses are on high alert. Suddenly, from nowhere, a stranger lurches from the shadows. “Got a light?” Do you stop?

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