What's On

The Concourse Chatswood is Sydney’s newest live entertainment destination, offering a unique mix of venues for live theatre, dance, music, events and exhibitions. The stunningly designed precinct also features Chatswood library, two open, green spaces, restaurants and cafés, making The Concourse the perfect meeting place for all occasions.

DATES:
TBC
VENUE:Concert Hall
Lunch hour concert series, Live at Lunch returns to The Concourse in 2014 with a host of international musicians following a highly successful debut season.   Artistic director flautist Jane Rutter brings warmth and flair to a series which is quickly being recognised as a major musical event in Sydney.   The six concert series features a... MORE INFO
DATES:
March 1-November 16
VENUE:Concert Hall
Spoil mum this Mother's Day with a wonderful Willoughby Symphony Mother's Day package. The Willoughby Symphony proudly presents the 2014 Subscription Series, Symphonic Connections.   Individual tickets for the 2014 Willoughby Symphony Symphonic Connections Series are on sale now.   Night at the Opera: Verdi Gala 1 & 2 March... MORE INFO
DATES:
June 21-November 16
VENUE:Concert Hall
Make Mother's Day Musical with a Willoughby Symphony gift package consisting of four beautiful Willoughby Symphony concerts: Romeo and Juliette - A Dramatic Symphony, June Pictures at an Exhibition - The Russian Masters, August Rhapsody in Blue - An Evening with George Gershwin, September Amadeus - Classic Mozart and Bach, November Spoil mum... MORE INFO
DATES:
August 25-September 27
VENUE:Theatre
David Williamson’s THE JACK MANNING TRILOGY: FACE TO FACE A CONVERSATION CHARITABLE INTENT   In 1999, Ensemble Theatre presented the World Premiere of David Williamson’s FACE TO FACE, the first in a trilogy of plays based on ‘community conferencing’ or ‘transformative justice’  – a technique for... MORE INFO
DATES:
TBC
VENUE:The Concourse
The Concourse is developing a member program for frequent visitors to The Concourse to thank and reward them for their patronage. To assist in the development of the program, please tell us a little about yourself, and provide feedback on the features and benefits you would most like to see in the program. The two minute survey is available here. MORE INFO
DATES:
April 22-May 17
VENUE:Check show pages
The Sydney Comedy Festival is Sydney’s biggest annual comedy event and returns to The Concourse for 2014. For three weeks every April/May, hundreds of the world’s funniest comedians take to stages across Sydney to entertain an audience of more than 111,000 people. In addition to presenting the biggest international stars and local... MORE INFO
DATES:
April 23-24
VENUE:Theatre
Ensemble Theatre Presents CLYBOURNE PARK by Bruce Norris Following Ensemble Theatre’s sold out season, CLYBOURNE PARK has been extended for a strictly limited season at the Concourse, Chatswood. Are we addicted to political correctness and do we use it to mask our inherent racism? CLYBOURNE PARK is a wickedly funny, fiercely provocative... MORE INFO
DATES:
April 26
VENUE:Concert Hall
  BAK MAHA RANGANA SRI LANKAN PERFORMING ARTS EXTRAVAGANZA The Sinhalese Cultural Forum of NSW proudly presents “Bak Maha Rangana”, the annual Sri Lankan performing arts extravaganza. Witness traditional and modern versions of stunning Sri Lankan dance, drama, music, colour and vibes of professional artists from Sri Lanka and... MORE INFO
DATES:
April 29
VENUE:Chatswood Library
Crime author P.M. Newton will speak about her gripping new novel in conversation with writer and blogger, Walter Mason. It's the early 1990s and the violence in Sydney's western suburb of Cabramatta threatens to spiral out of control. When drugs rule the street, anyone could be next to take a hit. It's a gripping police procedural with... MORE INFO
DATES:
April 29
VENUE:Concert Hall
The 10th Annual Sydney Comedy Festival Presents CRACKER NIGHT Sydney’s Biggest International Comedy Gala.   It’s quite simply Sydney’s biggest night of comedy! Featuring a dazzling line up of the biggest and best Australian legends, international stars and next big things of comedy, Sydney Comedy Festival’s Cracker Night... MORE INFO
DATES:
April 30-May 25
VENUE:Art Space
Private Practice of the Public Artist presents an innovative approach to public art, revealing the private practice of eight high profile artists who work in the public domain; exploring the complex inter-relationship between their public and private practices and how they may inform or diverge from the other.  The exhibition comprises works... MORE INFO
DATES:
April 30
VENUE:Art Space
Arts Journalist, Fenella Kernebone chairs this panel of eight artists, all involved in the Private Practice of the Public Artist exhibition, discussing how their private art practice diverges from or informs their public art practice, the role of the public artist in place making, how artists retain artistic integrity while satisfying stakeholders... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 1
VENUE:Theatre
Laughing Stock Productions Presents CHRIS TAYOR & ANDREW HANSEN One Man Show   The Chaser's War On Everything made Andrew Hansen and Chris Taylor household names, in half a dozen houses belonging to people who already knew them beforehand. Everyone else knows them as 'those Chaser guys', or simply 'those pricks'.... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 1
VENUE:Theatre
Laughing Stock Productions Presents SAMMY J & RANDY Sammy J & Randy's Difficult First Album Tour To celebrate the launch of their Difficult First Album, Sammy J & Randy are hitting the road armed with nothing but a keyboard and a suitcase of songs. Plus undies. Plus toothpaste. Plus an assortment of international power adaptors.... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 3-4
VENUE:Concert Hall
Majestic Mozart with Jane Rutter   Conductor: Alex Briger Flute: Jane Rutter Ravel: Le Tombeau de Couperin Mozart: Flute Concerto No. 1 in G major, K. 313 Beethoven: Symphony No. 3 in E flat major, op. 55   Internationally renowned flautist Jane Rutter joins the Willoughby Symphony in a program of sublime beauty and grace. Undisputedly... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 3
VENUE:Theatre
A DATE WITH EFFIE Looking for love... and child support   **JUST ANNOUNCED** Actress Mary Coustas' beloved character Effie has long been Australia's most loveable boofhead. This ground-breaking national treasure has kept Australia entertained for two decades. From 'Wogs out of Work' and 'Acropolis Now' to 'Greeks... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 3
VENUE:Theatre
Star 100 Entertainment Presents AXIS OF AWESOME Viva La Vida Loca Las Vegas   "YouTube sensations" (The Age) "are the best in the business" (Herald Sun). "Catchy tunes" (the List) "that tear the place apart" (the Scotsman), "this energetic trio deliver the awesomeness" (NZ Herald). "Not... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 7
VENUE:Chatswood Library
One of Australia's best-loved radio presenters, Emma Ayres will speak about Cadence, a provocative, intelligent and funny account of her journey cycling from England to Hong Kong to raise money for music therapy. With a violin called Aurelia on her back, Emma travelled 16,000 kilometres over the course of one year. Performing for French... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 8
VENUE:Concert Hall
Christian Churches have always recognized the existence of private revelation through which God speaks directly to souls endowed with a special charism. This type of revelation continues through writings given in our own day.  Amongst these is True Life in God from Vassula Ryden, the publication of which began in 1990. Renowned theologians and... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 9-10
VENUE:Concert Hall
Sydney Comedy Festival & Oziran Presents MAX AMINI LIVE IN SYDNEY After his sold-out show 2 years ago at Sydney's Seymour Centre, Max Amini returns to be the very first Iranian stand-up comedian to be featured in Sydney’s Comedy Festival. Max Amini was born in Tucson Arizona, from an Iranian heritage. He was raised on the East Coast... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 10
VENUE:The Concourse
Token Events presents Dave Hughes Pointless As seen on heaps of stuff! Hughesy’s decided that his 2014 is all about stand up and he’s got a brand new show to prove it. For a night of comedy gold you can’t look past this laid back legend of Australian Comedy.   “The audience was in absolute stitches” - Herald Sun... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 11
VENUE:Concert Hall
Dennis Locorriere was a founding member and lead vocalist, for the internationally popular, multi-million selling band, Dr Hook. Hits like Sylvia’s Mother, When You’re in Love with a Beautiful Woman, A Little Bit More, Sharing the Night Together, The Ballad of Lucy Jordan, and many more gave ‘Hook’ a huge following in... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 14
VENUE:Concert Hall
ON SALE TUESDAY 25 FEBRUARY CHATSWOOD HIGHSCHOOL PRESENTS GORDON GOODWINS' BIG PHAT BAND GORDON GOODWINS' BIG PHAT BAND is coming to Sydney! WITH SPECIAL GUEST JAMES MORRISON This is the bands’ first visit to Sydney and it is going to be fantastic for lovers of jazz music. Recognized as one of the best Big Band Jazz Ensembles in... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 14-June 1
VENUE:Theatre
WILLOUGHBY THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Far beneath the majesty and splendour of the Paris Opera House hides the Phantom in a shadowy existence. Shamed by his physical appearance and feared by all, the love he holds for his beautiful protégée Christine Daaé is so strong that even her heart cannot resist.... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 17
VENUE:Concert Hall
WIL ANDERSON Wiluminati ** NEW SEATS JUST RELEASED!!! ** THREE-TIME WINNER – People’s Choice Award, Melbourne Comedy Festival 2010-2012 NOMINEE – Most Outstanding Show, Melbourne Comedy Festival 2010, 2012 As seen on Gruen Nation & Gruen Planet. Multi-award-winning comedian Wil Anderson is back with a brand-new show. “a... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 19-25
VENUE:The Concourse
The Sydney Writers’ Festival (19 May - 25 May) is a special time of the year when the city is transformed by readers and writers. This year the Festival explores writing that challenges, provokes and questions our concepts of culture, history and identity. Over 400 authors bring their insight and knowledge, their creativity and contemplation... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 21
VENUE:Concert Hall
  LIVE AT LUNCH Home! Sweet Home! Aussie Opera Divas Exquisite soprano Amelia Farrugia pays tribute to Joan Sutherland, June Bronhill and Nellie Melba with Italian and French Operatic and Operetta favourites by Lehar, Delibes, Offenbach, Verdi, Gounod, Puccini and Massenet. Amelia will be joined by Chris Cartner, piano and guest flute... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 21
VENUE:Chatswood Library
SYDNEY WRITERS' FESTIVAL PRESENTS Jang Jin-sung: Dear Leader   North Korean defector, Jang Jin-sung, was once part of the country’s propaganda machine and a former ‘court poet’ to Kim Jong-il. Unable to reconcile his lifestyle with the suffering he saw around him, Jang wrote poetry critical of the regime while... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 22
VENUE:Concert Hall
Sydney Writers' Festival Secondary School Days welcomes some of the finest writers for young adults: 24-year-old novelist and journalist Will Kostakis, TV and YA fiction author Fiona Wood, champion author (and Olympian) Lisa Forrest and Australia’s leading spoken word performer for young people, David Stavanger aka Ghostboy. These... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 22
VENUE:Chatswood Library
SYDNEY WRITERS' FESTIVAL PRESENTS Adrian McKinty   Award-winning crime fiction novelist Adrian McKinty speaks to ABC Radio National's Kate Evans about his latest thrilling novel In the Morning I'll Be Gone, the third instalment of the Sean Duffy series. Adrian McKinty grew up in Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland. After studying at... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 23
VENUE:Concert Hall
SYDNEY WRITERS' FESTIVAL presents Dav Pilkey: Captain Underpants AHOY! For the first time in Australia, join one of the world’s bestselling and most popular writers and illustrators for children – Dav Pilkey. Join Dav for a fun-filled session about the inspiration behind his Captain Underpants series, including how he became a... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 25
VENUE:Concert Hall
SYDNEY EISTEDDFOD & MUSICUS MEDICUS PRESENT NSW DOCTORS ORCHESTRA FUNDRAISING CONCERT   There will be no shortage of doctors at The Concourse on 25 May when, the NSW Drs Orchestra presents a program of popular and pleasantly familiar music from films and ballets in a concert entitled Stage and Screen. The 70-plus doctors who make up this... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 27
VENUE:Concert Hall
"Tutti" is the combined music concert for schools in the North Harbour Learning Community. The NHLC is made up of Mowbray Public School, Castle Cove Public School, Chatswood Public School and Chatswood High School. Students from all four schools will be performing in a combined band, choir and strings group. The schools will also be... MORE INFO
DATES:
May 30
VENUE:Concert Hall
  Gala Arts is an annual Performing Arts festival, which showcases the plethora of talents of the diverse Redlands student body from Year 7 to 12. The Festival was created to showcase the artistic talents of Redlands students whilst at the same time promoting Inter-House competition and House spirit. Students perform in the categories of... MORE INFO
DATES:
June 6
VENUE:Concert Hall
The Sydney Conservatorium of Music presents THE CON @ THE CONCOURSE TheCon@TheConcourse is the only chance this year you’ll have to not only further your students’ understanding of core repertoire, but to raise their musical aspirations. In a program of great variety, students and staff from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music... MORE INFO
DATES:
June 21-22
VENUE:Concert Hall
Romeo and Juliette: A Dramatic Symphony Conductor: Dr. Nicholas Milton Mezzo Soprano: Caroline Vercoe Tenor: Warren Fisher Bass: David Woloszko Willoughby Symphony Choir Berlioz: Roméo et Juliette, op. 17   The immortal story of Romeo and Juliette has been the muse and inspiration for countless composers, writers, and screen directors... MORE INFO
DATES:
June 26
VENUE:Theatre
The Dance to Cure Diabetes Musical Production is a new fundraising event proudly supporting JDRF. This event is driven by a group of passionate parents that want to make a difference to the lives of people living with type 1 diabetes. What is Type 1 Diabetes • A devastating disease that strikes suddenly and lasts a lifetime. ... MORE INFO
DATES:
June 28
VENUE:Theatre
The Beatnix Presents The Beatles 50th Anniversary     In 1964 The Beatles made their one and only trip to Australia performing 6 sold-out concerts to 12,000  fans in Sydney. This celebration concert features the same song-list The Beatles played in Australia all those years ago. Beatnix - The Beatles Show has been capturing the... MORE INFO
DATES:
June 30
VENUE:Concert Hall
Tickets go on sale at 10am Friday March 28. "Hi-5 House Hits" will feature Hi-5's favourite, best-loved songs for everyone to sing and dance to. These songs have been chosen by some very special people… the Hi-5 audience of course! We asked the fans what their favourite Hi-5 hits are and put them all together to create a... MORE INFO
DATES:
July 2
VENUE:Concert Hall
  LIVE AT LUNCH Vivaldi Four Seasons and a Goldfinch An intimate take on the world’s best loved Baroque piece, Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. Added musical delights include Il Cardellino (The Goldfinch) Flute Concerto and French Renaissance Dances. Featuring The Acacia Quartet with Basso Continuo, and soloists Lisa Stewart, violin and... MORE INFO
DATES:
July 4
VENUE:Theatre
Happy Days Records Presents Buddy: The Concert Scott "Buddy" Cameron's 10th Anniversary In 2014, Buddy: The Concert, Scott Cameron and his three-piece band, will take you on "one heck of a rock 'n' roll party," Scott promises. "After all it's my 10th celebration as Holly so you can expect to hear all the... MORE INFO
DATES:
July 7
VENUE:Concert Hall
The Fairies ‘Jump Jump Star’ ON SALE MONDAY 17 FEB. In this enchanting and brand new show, Jump Jump Star, the Fairies laugh, dance and sing with their special friends, Barnaby the Bizzy Buzzy Bee, Elf the Fairy Cake Maker and Wizzy the Wizard, as they explore just what it takes to become a real, true fairy. And of course, to be a... MORE INFO
DATES:
July 12-13
VENUE:Concert Hall
WILLOUGHBY THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS THE MAGIC OF THE MUSICALS - SHOW STOPPERS   Following the success of last year’s inaugural concert, The Magic of The Musicals returns in 2014 - this time celebrating some of the great ‘show-stoppers’ of Musical Theatre. Features a dazzling array of local singers and performers, a 25 piece... MORE INFO
DATES:
July 20
VENUE:The Concourse
HAMAZKAINE ARMENIAN SYDNEY DANCE COMPANY PRESENTS ARMENIA BEYOND NOAH'S LAND  History of a diverse culture through performing arts Sydney is set to experience a unique Armenian cultural extravaganza on the 20th of July 2014, when the renowned Hamazkaine Armenian Sydney Dance Company presents;      'Armenia... MORE INFO
DATES:
July 25
VENUE:Theatre
Up Close & Personal starring John Waters & Stewart D'Arrietta   A homage to the music, mystery and memory of John Lennon. In 1992, John Waters and Stewart D'Arrietta took to the small stage at the Tilbury Hotel, Woolloomooloo, Sydney with their debut production of 'Looking Through A Glass Onion'. Fast forward, after a... MORE INFO
DATES:
July 31
VENUE:Concert Hall
*ON SALE THURSDAY 3RD APRIL!* South Africa’s most heavenly voices, the multi Grammy Award winning, Soweto Gospel Choir are returning to Australia with a 47 city national tour commencing on the 29th June, 2014. Since their formation in 2003, Soweto Gospel Choir have travelled the world bringing the joy of their music and the hope for a better... MORE INFO
DATES:
August 1
VENUE:Theatre
Award winning singer, Daniel Thompson, and Golden Guitar winning Australian guitar legend, Stuie French, are back bringing you all things Cash with their acclaimed, Johnny Cash The Concert. Featuring songs spanning Cash’s entire career, from Hey Porter to the Highwayman, At Folsom Prison to the American Recordings and including the... MORE INFO
DATES:
August 9
VENUE:Concert Hall
Pictures at an Exhibition Kids Concert: 2pm Free art activities: 3pm - 4pm In a special family performance, the Willoughby Symphony will present Pictures at an Exhibition – Children’s Concert.  Children will discover the story of this music and have the chance to paint their own Pictures at an Exhibition with fun hands-on... MORE INFO
DATES:
August 9-10
VENUE:Concert Hall
Pictures at an Exhibition: The Russian Masters Conductor: Dr. Nicholas Milton Violin: Ji Won Kim Shostakovich: Festive Overture, op. 96   Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D major, op. 35 Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. Ravel)   Those who have experienced Dr. Nicholas Milton conducting the big symphonies of Tchaikovsky,... MORE INFO
DATES:
August 24
VENUE:Concert Hall
SYDNEY EISTEDDFOD & ROTARY CLUB OF SYDNEY COVE PRESENTS THE AUSTRALIAN CHORAL GRAND PRIX   The Australian Choral Grand Prix, presented last year by Sydney Eisteddfod and the Rotary Club of Sydney Cove as part of Sydney Eisteddfod’s sensational 80th Anniversary celebrations, proved such an outstanding success it will now run as part... MORE INFO
DATES:
August 25-September 27
VENUE:Theatre
The Ensemble Theatre David Williamson's - Jack Manning Trilogy FACE TO FACE A young construction worker rams into his boss’s Mercedes after being sacked. Rather than fronting court, he is given the chance to explain his actions in a community conference. Workmates are encouraged to acknowledge some responsibility for a series of... MORE INFO
DATES:
September 8-27
VENUE:Theatre
The Ensemble Theatre David Williamson's - Jack Manning Trilogy   A CONVERSATION A tough confrontation between the family of the perpetrator of a heinous crime and the family of his victim.  Can facing the family of someone who has caused you immeasurable harm help the healing process to start?    The evidence from the... MORE INFO
DATES:
September 11
VENUE:Concert Hall
  LIVE AT LUNCH Smile: It Feels like Spring! The Idea of North Highly acclaimed vocal quartet, the spectacular ARIA award winning The Idea of North present an elegant a capella concert. With their vocal finesse and superb musical artistry, the group will showcase works by the world’s great song writers including Antonio Carlos Jobim,... MORE INFO
DATES:
September 15-16
VENUE:Concert Hall
A play by Richard Tulloch, adapted from the award-winning book by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton Well, what are you waiting for? Come on up! Yes, that's right. Andy and Terry had such a ball with their crash-landing entry into the world of theatre with The 13-Storey Treehouse, they're back for more. 13 storeys more, in fact. AND YOU'... MORE INFO
DATES:
September 15-27
VENUE:Theatre
The Ensemble Theatre David Williamson's - Jack Manning Trilogy CHARITABLE INTENT   When a high powered CEO is newly appointed to a well-respected charity organisation, accusations of bullying quickly emerge.  Long standing loyal employees who believe strongly in the ideals of the organisation have trouble coming to terms with the CEO... MORE INFO
DATES:
September 21
VENUE:Concert Hall
SYDNEY EISTEDDFOD PRESENTS McDONALD'S OPERATIC ARIA   Ever since Sydney Eisteddfod began in 1933, the operatic aria contest has been the most valuable and exciting event in its program. This annual competition draws entries from Australasia’s finest young singers and over the past eight the decades, it has served as a launching pad... MORE INFO
DATES:
September 26
VENUE:Concert Hall
JASON BYRNE - YOU NAME THE SHOW! Back with a brand new show for 2014, Jason Byrne wants you to name his show!   To win $1000 cash, look for the Jason Byrne postcards and posters around Sydney, write your show name suggestion in the blank space, upload your photo at www.facebook.com/LiveNationComedy and you could win! Winner announced onstage... MORE INFO
DATES:
September 27-28
VENUE:Concert Hall
Rhapsody in Blue: An Evening with George Gershwin Conductor: Dr. Nicholas Milton Soprano: Trisha Crowe Piano: Hoang Pham Selections from Gershwin including: Rhapsody in Blue Strike Up the Band Summertime The Man I Love ‘S Wonderful An American in Paris Willoughby Symphony Orchestra, saxophonists and percussionists from all over Sydney will... MORE INFO
DATES:
October 15-26
VENUE:Theatre
WILLOUGHBY THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR Andrew Lloyd Webber’s epic rock opera, Jesus Christ Superstar,rounds out our 2014 season. Christ’s meteoric rise, teachings and ultimate betrayal will be dramatised with emotional intensity, thought-provoking edge and explosive theatrics. The show is propelled by a driving,... MORE INFO
DATES:
October 16
VENUE:Concert Hall
  LIVE AT LUNCH Strauss, Ravel, Canteloube Brilliant Australian soprano Taryn Fiebig sings and plays cello in sparkling new arrangements of Songs of the Auvergne by Canteloube, Shéhérazade by Ravel, and ethereal songs by Richard Strauss. Accompanied by Jane Rutter playing classical and rustic flutes, with pianist Vincent... MORE INFO
DATES:
November 6
VENUE:Concert Hall
  LIVE AT LUNCH Tango! Raga! Habanera! Free-spirit flutist Jane Rutter, harpist Owen Torr, classical guitarist Guiseppe Zangari and accordion virtuoso Marcello Maio form a spectacular ensemble to bring you works by Piazzolla (L’Histoire du Tango, Libertango) Ravi Shankar (L’Aube Enchantée) Colin Brumby (Exotic Dances) and... MORE INFO
DATES:
November 7
VENUE:Theatre
Vintage Diamond The Ultimate Neil Diamond Show Vintage Diamond perfectly recaptures the sound, songs and look of the era that was Neil Diamond featuring world renowned performer Will Mastromanno (Will Mastro) who has enthralled audiences across the globe performing the songs of Diamond including a residency in one of the most established Artist... MORE INFO
DATES:
November 15-16
VENUE:Concert Hall
Amadeus: Classic Mozart and Bach Conductor: Dr. Nicholas Milton Violin: Harry Ward Violin: Phoebe Gardner Soprano: Clarissa Spata Mezzo: Emily Edmonds Tenor: David Hamilton Bass: Daniel Nicholson Wolloughby Symphony Choir Khoene: To His Servant Bach God Grants a Final Glimpse Bach: Concerto for Two Violins in D minor, BWV 1043 Young Composers... MORE INFO
DATES:
TBC
VENUE:Art Space
In 2010 over 2000 people of Willoughby had their portrait taken for the Faces of Willoughby photographic mural. These portraits have been digitally compiled to form six large portraits celebrating who we are today. Two of the light boxes show people over 65 years of age, two show people under 18 years and the larger, centre two show everybody... MORE INFO
DATES:
Tuesdays at 11am
VENUE:The Concourse
Join us on Tuesdays at 11am for a brief and informative tour of the Performing Arts Centre on The Concourse. Learn about the history of the site and witness first hand this truly world-class, state-of-the-art precinct in the heart of the North Shore. With a 1,000 seat Concert Hall and 500-seat Theatre, the Performing Arts Centre on The... MORE INFO