May Subscriber Benefits

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Gods and Little Fishes by Richard Sydenham & Jamie Oxenbould

31 May – 25 June

The world premiere of a magical new Australian play that interprets a tragic Sydney story through the lens of a father’s overwhelming grief and a child’s imagination. Winner of The Silver Gull Play Award 2020.

New Theatre is giving away two double passes to the performance on Friday 3 June at 7:30pm. To enter, email [email protected] with BELVOIR GALF in the subject line.

Ghosting the Party by Griffin Theatre Company

6 May – 11 June

Coming home from her sister’s funeral, Grace decides that at 87 years old… her time has come. She’s done with it all. She’s ready to leave the party.

Three generations of women face brutal questions of mortality in this uproarious pitch-black comedy from Melissa Bubnic, directed by Andrea James featuring Belinda Giblin, Jillian O’Dowd and Amy Hack.

To win a double pass to the 23 May 7PM performance, email [email protected] with BELVOIR  x GHOSTING THE PARTY in the subject line. Entries close 17 May.

Pinchgut Opera presents Orontea by Cesti

26 May – 1 June, City Recital Hall

Witty, beautiful and psychologically fascinating, Orontea is set in a heightened contemporary world somewhere between Egypt and Las Vegas. The story centres around a love octagon, where decadence, pleasure and power fuel our colourful cast of grandiose and joyful characters as they pursue their personal passions above all else.

With just five performances, make sure you don’t miss this dazzling and hilarious new opera production that promises to be another unforgettable night with Pinchgut.

For your chance to win a double pass to the opening night of Orontea, please email BELVOIR + PINCHGUT to [email protected] by 19 May.

An American in Paris

Now Playing a limited season at Theatre Royal Sydney 

Limited time offer! Save up to $94.95* on A & B Reserve with $75 tickets to the Broadway and West End sensation, An American in Paris! This musical extravaganza is earning rave reviews wherever it plays, lighting up the stage with mind-boggling dance and hummable songs.

The virtuoso award-winning stars Robbie Fairchild and Leanne Cope lead an outstanding Australian ensemble in the entrancing story of a young American soldier and a beautiful French girl, set against the iconic backdrop of the most romantic city in the world.

Don’t miss your chance to experience this breathtaking masterpiece at the Theatre Royal Sydney.

*Tickets are limited and subject to availability. A $8.95 handling fee applies. Offer valid until 11.59pm Sunday 15 May 2022 unless sold out prior. Offer valid on selected A & B Reserve seats for performances 10-22 May inclusive. Offer price cannot be applied retroactively to previously purchased tickets or used in conjunction with any other offer.

Tell Me Before the Sun Explodes

4 – 15 May, Kings Cross Theatre

From cockroaches to cancer to choreographed gay wedding dances, fifty-four-year-old Andrew and twenty-something Chris hang in the remnants of what they’ve left behind and in the possibility of what comes after. Tell Me Before the Sun Explodes is an original queer exploration of the goodbyes we have to say, and how the words gay and dead are used in the same sentence more than we’d like to admit.

To win a double pass to the preview performance of Tell Me Before the Sun Explodes on Wednesday the 4th of May at 7:30pm, email [email protected] with BELVOIR GIVEAWAY in the subject line.

Everything but the Kitchen Sink Fest

10 – 14 May, Flight Path Theatre

Everything but the Kitchen Sink Fest’ is Sydney’s newest and weirdest theatre festival! It is a cavalcade of storytelling, comedy, and poetry with four shows performed as a series of triple bills over the course of the four days. Featuring a remount of Sarah Carroll’s Fangirls inspired one woman show Cherry and the fierce Rampage from Mel Rees, as well as debut plays from Linda Nicholls-Gidley with Silenced and Papua New Guinean artist Lungol Wekina with his epic work of performance poetry, a body is all that remains.

Win 5 double passes to one of the triple bills for the festival. Simply email your name and mobile number to [email protected] with the subject ‘EKSFxBELVOIR’.

How to Please a Woman Preview Screening

In cinemas nationally from May 19

After losing her job and being stuck in a passionless marriage, Gina is not feeling fabulous. That is, until she creates a ground-breaking business opportunity of converting a team of well-built moving guys into well-built housecleaners. But, as business booms, her clientele demands something more – sex, or better yet, pleasure. How to Please a Woman is a precarious, often hilarious and revealing journey into the vulnerable world of what women really want and how hard it can be to get it right. See the Australian film In cinemas May 19.

Win one of ten double passes to the preview screening of How to Please a Woman on Tuesday May 17, 6:30pm at Palace Norton St. Simply email your name and mobile number to [email protected] with the subject “BelvoirxHTPW” to enter the draw.