What's on Next Month in Australia

Ross Noble: El Hablador

Comedy S.O.S - World Premiere!

Steph Tisdell: Identity Steft

Comedy S.O.S - World Premiere!

Jimeoin: Ramble On

Comedy S.O.S - World Premiere!

Lawrence Mooney: Like Literally

Comedy S.O.S - World Premiere!

Georgie Carroll: The Gloves are Off

Comedy S.O.S - World Premiere!

Arj Barker: We Need to Talk

Comedy S.O.S - World Premiere!

Kitty Flanagan: Smashing

Comedy S.O.S - World Premiere!

Riverside Digital: Come Dance & Sing with Jay Laga'aia and Friends

An afternoon adventure of fun, dance and song!

Steel Panther - Rockdown in the Lockdown Live Stream

It's 100% legal to attend this concert naked

Gordi - Album Launch

Streamed live from the Joan Sutherland Theatre

Bernadette Peters: A Special Concert

Streamed online for the first time

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel

Live from Lincoln Center, NYC

AIR – Live at Sydney Opera House

Recorded in the Concert Hall in 2017

Andrew McClelland's Mixtape

Cher's official AUS/NZ support act!

Amazon Prime Video

Watch exclusive Amazon Originals as well as popular movies and TV shows

At Home with Radiohead

Radiohead to release weekly live shows on YouTube

Rolling Stone Australia Annual Magazine Subscription

Save 15% on the relaunched Rolling Stone magazine

The Gruffalo's Child

Magical musical adaptation

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Exclusive to Melbourne

The Queensland Choir: The Best of Broadway

Blends choral classics with the very best show tunes

Rembrandt’s Wife

Andrew Ford and Sue Smith

Rembrandt was famous for his portraits: rosy cheeks, smiling women, luscious naked curves. He lived with his wife, Saskia, in love and luxury. Hers is the plump face that smiles out of so many of his works. But as an old man, Rembrandt did not paint laughing women. He died alone, destitute. The women he loved — his wife, his mistress, and his last muse — were gone. One to consumption, one to the plague, one confined without cause to an insane asylum at his own bidding. Discover this extraordinary story in the first revival of this 2009 chamber opera by Andrew Ford and Sue Smith. For decades, Andrew Ford has championed music in cars and living rooms as host of the ABC’s Music Show. Now you can hear one of his own works, with a poignant libretto by playwright and screenwriter Sue Smith (Saving Mr Banks, Hydra). Warwick Stengards conducts this lyrical work featuring a nine-piece ensemble. Richard Anderson is the embattled painter. Taryn Fiebig performs as Saskia and as Rembrandt’s maid and muse, Hendrickje. Agnes Sarkis performs as his mistress, Geertje. This new production by director Tabatha McFadyen will play at the Malthouse Theatre.