Not to Be Missed This March in Sydney

Posted in Local Events @ Jan 25th 2018 3:23pm - By Administrator
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Twilight Food Fair
Head to the best food fair in Sydney for a mouthwatering spread of global cuisine before March 2! There’s no better way to spend the long summer evenings with great food and live music. The Twilight Food Fair can be found very day at Civic Park.

Mammoths: Giants of the Ice Age
Australian Museum’s newest exhibit offers the chance to dive into the Ice Age and see the gigantic wooly mammoth up close! Mammoths: Giants of the Ice Age is unmissable for kids and families, available until May 13.

Future Park
Immerse yourself in Future Park, a futuristic playground of light and colour at the Powerhouse Museum. Both adults and kids will love this interactive and immersive experience, make sure to visit before April 30!

Mamma Mia!
Don’t miss one of the best musicals this Autumn with ‘Mamma Mia!’ at the Capitol Theatre, featuring 22 of Abba’s biggest hits set to a heartwarming story of a young bride-to-be in a Greek island paradise. ‘Mamma Mia!’ is running from February 11 to April 22.

Black is the New White
Watch old-fashioned comedy explode when Aboriginal lawyer Charlotte Gibson brings her new fiancé home for Christmas, a white classical musician named Francis Smith who brings his family along with him! Nakkiah Lui’s ‘Black is the New White’ is hilarious from start to finish. Don’t miss it from February 28 to March 10 at Sydney’s State Theatre.

Bach and Beethoven
Enjoy both Bach and Beethoven in one magical night of chamber music with this exclusive one-hour concert at the Sydney Opera House on March 2 and March 17!

Don Quichotte
The famous hero embarks on one last quest in Ferruccio Furlanetto’s Don Quichotte, presented by Opera Australia. Enjoy this heroic tale with Jules Massanet’s romantic score at the Sydney Opera House from March 16 to March 28.

Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters
Hear one of the best voices in rock music history with Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters, performing a setlist of both solo hits and Led Zeppelin classics! Catch Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters live at the State Theatre on March 31.

Jose Gonzalez
Sweden’s indie-folk genius brings his mellow acoustic sounds to the Sydney Opera House’s Concert Hall. Don’t miss this profound performance from one of music’s most talented singer-songwriters on March 31.

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