7 Shows & Events not to miss in Australia this November

Ready for November? We can’t believe it’s that late in the year either – but thankfully, with Summer right around the corner, incredible entertainment can be found all over the country. Here’s just 7 such shows and events to get excited about this month….

Future Park (Sydney)

Combining science and imagination to create a futuristic playground for children AND adults, Future Park is the latest exhibition by Japanese art collective teamLab. Featuring eight interactive light installations, Future Park opens exclusively at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney on the 23rd of November. Visitors will be swept into jungles of dreamt-up forests, compose symphonies, build cities and invent animals and people of the future!

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Harry Potter Film Concert Series (Adelaide & Melbourne)

Harry Potter fans went into a frenzy after news broke that the stage production of Harry Potter and The Cursed Child will be coming down under.  But there’s one catch…it won’t be hitting our shores until 2019! Can’t wait that long? Well you’re in luck! The Adelaide and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras are performing the first and second installment of the Harry Potter Film Concert Series this November, with Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone opening November 4th in Adelaide and November 16th in Melbourne.

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Simone Says (Brisbane)

Brisbane French Theatre is proud to be presenting the Australian premiere of Simone Says (original French title Et pendant ce temps, Simone veille!). Revisiting the evolution of women’s rights in France from the 1950s until today, the production follows the journey or three women over four generations, accompanied by song parodies and historical fact checks by flamboyant host Simone. After phenomenal success in France, the play opens in Brisbane on the 27th of November.

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We’re All Going To Die Festival (Sydney)

A team of over 100 artists, psychologists and producers come together to create an immersive festival that promises to inspire you to fear less and live more. The festival will transform the COMMUNE 4,000sqm warehouse space in Waterloo into an environment that celebrates life and uses death to shift our perspective of fear. We’re All Going To Die Festival opens 17th of November for one nights only from 6-10pm.

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Poppy Seed Theatre Festival 2017 (Melbourne)

Inspired by Melbourne’s flourishing theatrical landscape, Poppy Seed Festival is described as a ‘mixed bouquet of everyone’s favourite flowers.’  Championing independent theatre makers and artists, Poppy Seed provides a platform for new and unique productions.  This year’s program includes a circus adventure, an intelligent and quirky lesbian musical, a female’s perspective of the world from autistic experiences and a politically savvy fantastical retelling of a children’s fable.


Open House Perth

104 destinations around Perth will be open to the public, giving audiences unprecedented access to view and experience outstanding architecture and design spaces for free! The event will include special one-off features, including FORM live mural painting in Subiaco, Historic Hearts Arts Tours, Skater’s Eye Tour and a Dion Roberson Architecture Photography exhibition at Brickworks Design Studio.

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Atlantis (Sydney)

Lally Katz’s life is a mess; her relationships are chaotic, her professional life in shambles and she’s returned to the country of her childhood, trying to find a way back to when things were innocent. Presented by the Belvoir, Atlantis is the semi-autobiographical fantasy from award-winning playwright Lally Katz and is described as a declaration of self-love and self-exploration. Atlantis will be running until November 26th at the Upstairs Theatre.

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