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  • Archie Roach’s Tell Me Why – On Demand

    Audio Description
    22 Oct - 07 Nov 2021
    Online
    A new work sharing stories and songs from Archie's new memoir and companion album.
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    Archie Roach’s Tell Me Why – On Demand

    22 Oct - 07 Nov 2021
    Online
    Audio Description
    A new work sharing stories and songs from Archie's new memoir and companion album.
  • Lamb by Jane Bodie – On Demand

    30 Oct - 14 Nov 2021
    Online
    A play about family, the land and being the one who stays, with original music by Mark Seymour.
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    Lamb by Jane Bodie – On Demand

    30 Oct - 14 Nov 2021
    Online
    A play about family, the land and being the one who stays, with original music by Mark Seymour.
  • Pompeii: Sin City
    Art On Screen

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    30 Oct - 31 Oct 2021
    Raffertys Theatre
    A delicate balancing act of the thin invisible tightrope that separates legend from reality, crossing the centuries to inspire the contemporary world.
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    Pompeii: Sin City
    Art On Screen

    30 Oct - 31 Oct 2021
    Raffertys Theatre
    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    A delicate balancing act of the thin invisible tightrope that separates legend from reality, crossing the centuries to inspire the contemporary world.
  • Met Opera: Boris Godunov

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    31 Oct 2021
    Raffertys Theatre
    Conductor Sebastian Weigle leads Mussorgsky’s masterwork, a pillar of the Russian repertoire, in its original 1869 version. Stephen Wadsworth’s affecting production poignantly captures the hope and suffering of the Russian people, as well as the title ruler himself. 
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    Met Opera: Boris Godunov

    31 Oct 2021
    Raffertys Theatre
    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    Conductor Sebastian Weigle leads Mussorgsky’s masterwork, a pillar of the Russian repertoire, in its original 1869 version. Stephen Wadsworth’s affecting production poignantly captures the hope and suffering of the Russian people, as well as the title ruler himself. 

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