Tag: Seymour Centre

‘SHIT’, now playing at the Seymour Centre

Playwright Patricia Cornelius and Director Susan Dee have teamed up and delivered a powerful rendition of the hit play SHIT, which is playing at the Seymour Centre from 18-29 July 2017. SHIT is a theatrical piece about three women have had…

2071 – A Performance About Climate Change

As part of VIVID Ideas this year, Seymour Centre puts on 2071 – a theatrical performance about exposing the truth about today’s biggest threat to humankind, climate change. The aim of the show is to inform the audience of our planet’s situation…

‘The Trouble with Harry’ at the Seymour Centre

The Trouble with Harry is a play based on the true story of Eugenia Falleni and written by the Australian multi-award winning dramatist Lachlan Philpott. It’s being performed in Sydney from 16 February to 3 March at the Seymour Center. When I…

12 Plays from the Seymour Centre to look out for in 2017

Seymour Centre dishes out heart-melting, thought-provoking material each year with a collection of classics and contemporary Australian plays. 2017 will be no different. The Reginald Series works with Australia’s leading small and independent art companies to present amazing news performances…

Courtyard Sessions, Seymour Centre Sydney

10 Best Things About the Courtyard Sessions: Larry Heath’s Take

Free live music; beers, barbecue and giant vintage games in the sun; brand new bands fresh on the scene: what’s not to love about the Seymour Centre’s Courtyard Sessions? Founded in 2012, the Sessions are a platform for up-and-coming local…