Sydney Gig Guide Mar- May 2020

This is only a very small taste of the live gigs which will be touching down in Sydney in the months of March – May 2020. But we will be uploading new posts on a monthly basis to give you some advance notice on what hot live gigs will be arriving in Ol’ Sydney Town!

Live music

The Back Street Boys

Qudos Bank Arena, 19 Edwin Flack Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park

Saturday 23 May 2020, AJ, Brian, Nick, Howie and Kevin will be performing their second ‘Back Street Boys’ Sydney arena show! Channel your old teenage self and sing along to all your favourite BSB tracks as the boys perform them live! Back Street’s Back alright!

For more info and for tickets, click HERE!


Menopause the Musical

Capital Theatre, 13 Campbell Street, Haymarket NSW

Wednesday 6 May – Sunday 17 May, check out the ‘change’ which all women loathe and can’t wait to see the back of……… Menopause the Musical is a musical comedy featuring music from the 60s, 70s, and 80s, the all-Australian cast will feature Rhonda Burchmore, Silvie Paladino, Lara Mulcahy and Gina Hogan! When the heat comes on, it’s no laughing matter, but Menopause the Musical puts a playful spin on the uncomfortable hot flush!   

For more info and tickets, click HERE!

Classical/Contemporary Music

La Traviata on Sydney Harbour

Opera on Sydney Harbour, Fleet Steps, Mrs Macquarie’s Point

Friday 27 March – Sunday 26 April, the classical opera La Traviata will be performed on the world’s greatest stage! See the opera which inspired Moulin Rouge performed by Opera Australia! And it’s not just what’s going on stage, but it’s the pre-performance meal at one of 6 pop-up restaurants, it’s the views of Sydney Harbour, and it’s the fireworks show afterwards which makes Opera on Sydney Harbour SPECTACULAR!

For more info and for tickets, click HERE!


Tommy Little- I’ll See Myself Out  

Enmore Theatre, 118-132 Enmore Road, Newtown NSW  

Friday 15 May 2020, for one night only come see Tommy Little do his thang live- performing his ‘I’ll see myself out’ show at the Enmore! Tommy’s style of comedy is totally relatable, his everyday life observed through his beer goggle lenses. “Way to go Tommy! Keep up the Asian jokes and one day your routine will make you a household name!” While on the other hand….. Jokes about white people, will take you global – see what Ronny Chieng has achieved?

For more info and for tickets, click HERE!

Community Theatre

The King and I – The Bankstown Theatre Company

Bryan Brown Theatre, Rickard Road, Bankstown NSW   

Friday 15 May – Sunday 24 May, check out the Bankstown Theatre Company’s performance of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ‘The King and I’! Experience Anna, a widowed English teacher tasked with tutoring the many children of the King of Siam, through music and storytelling, and watch the love blossom!

For more info and for tickets, click HERE!

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