It's often hard to nab a ticket to Sydney's popular The Yacht Social Club. The floating party, by Have You Heard Events, sells out quite quickly, with those heading along able to take full advantage of the iconic Sydney Harbour with a day of sun, sea, yachts, and DJs. It's fast become one of the quintessential Sydney lifestyle parties and we've got a double pass to give away to one of the events next year.
So Frenchy So Chic In The Park returns in January 2016 for another perfect day of music, food, wine and that certain je ne sais quoi that has made it a must-do summer favourite.
The world masters of magic are bringing spectacle to Sydney, with their latest and most stylish production yet, The Illusionists 1903, coming to the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall for a strictly limited season from 19 to 28 December 2015.
This November sees the sixth annual Paris to Provence French Festival return to Melbourne where you can truly be immersed in the culture of all that embodies France. Paris to Provence will transport visitors to a French market village in the heart of South Yarra at the National Trust property of Como House and Garden, where you will find over 75 French inspired retailers, roaming performers, street musicians, presentations and workshops and daily activities.
Squabbalogic Independent Musical Theatre, producers of the sell-out smash independent musicals The Drowsy Chaperone and Man of LA Mancha, are proud to present the Sydney premiere of Grey Gardens, as part of the Seymour Centre’s Reginald Season, from 18th November to 12th December 2015.
The world’s favourite musical is returning to Australia. The lavish London Palladium production of The Sound of Music will commence in Sydney at the Capitol Theatre on 13 December this year, followed by seasons at Brisbane’s Lyric Theatre from 11 March, Melbourne’s Regent Theatre from 13 May, and Adelaide’s Festival Theatre from 9 August.
Written by acclaimed playwright Nick Enright (Cloud Street, The Boy From Oz), Good Works is a powerful and masterfully told Australian story. Darlinghurst Theatre Company presents this compelling memory play from 31 October at Eternity Playhouse.
Some of Melbourne’s hottest DJs including rising star Banoffee, Toff in Town’s resident DJ Edd Fisher and Melbourne party masters I OH YOU DJs will join a lineup of international and local headliners including Finnish dream-pop musician Jaakko Eino Kalevi (Finland), ARIA award winning contemporary jazz group, the Paul Grabowsky Trio and Augie March’s Glenn Richards at Friday Nights at NGV at Masterpieces from the Hermitage: The Legacy of Catherine the Great.