Auslan interpreted performances are for audiences who are d/Deaf or hard of hearing and use Australian Sign Language (Auslan). Experienced Auslan theatre interpreters stand to the side of the stage and interpret dialogue and any text into Auslan, signing live. Audiences requiring this service are seated in the section closest to the interpreter to ensure good sightlines. 

44 Sex Acts in One Week
Girl meets boy. Girl hates boy. Girl f***s boy 44 ways while the world collapses.
Seymour Centre
15 January, 2pm  

A Chorus Line 
New steps and a fierce sense of purpose for music theatre’s singular sensation.
Riverside Theatres
14 January, 7.30pm  

Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf
An American classic for an Australia at the crossroads. What’s to be scared of?
Sydney Opera House
19 January, 7pm   

Girl From The North Country 
The magic of theatre meets the music of Bob Dylan in this critically acclaimed modern masterpiece.
Theatre Royal Sydney 
18 January, 6.30pm 

Lost in Shanghai
Renowned journalist Jane Hutcheon retraces her mother’s childhood footsteps through a China long gone.
Seymour Centre
16 January, 3.30pm  

Qween Lear 
Qween Lear is a fierce and fabulous musical adaptation of King Lear, set over one wild night in ancient Sydney - before the Olympics.
Hordern Pavillion 
7 January, 7pm  - (Season cancelled due to COVID) 

small metal objects
Unfolding amid the flurry of suits and seagulls across Customs House square, this intimate drama focuses on the stories that pass us by.
Customs House Forecourt
23 January, 11.30am  (Cancelled)

Unfortunately, the season of small metal objects by interstate company Back to Back Theatre has been cancelled, due to the impacts of COVID-19.

宿 (stay)
Part concert, part story, part ceremony, 宿 (stay) tells of the invisible ties that bind us, across country, continents and millennia.   
15 January, 8.30pm


For people who are d/Deaf or hard of hearing, theatre captioning is an accurate text display of a theatre performance in its entirety, including actors’ dialogue, ad libs, song lyrics, musical descriptions and other sound effects. Displayed on screens at the side of the stage and/or via the GoTheatrical! mobile app.

Green Park 
Past lives and present longing collide as dusk falls over this acclaimed slice of park noir.
Green Park
28 January, 7.45pm 

A revenge tale for our times set to a blistering score, with a sound owing less to Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber than to Bikini Kill, the Runaways, and Hole.
Hayes Theatre
27 January, 7.30pm


The Assistive Listening Systems symbol indicates which venues provide hearing augmentation and amplification. Ensure you inform us when booking so you can be seated in the relevant area of the theatre.

Assistive listening systems / hearing loops available at:


A guide for people who are Deaf or hard of hearing.

100% visual content. Contains no music or dialogue.

  • Dean Cross: Icarus, my son
  • Destination Sydney: The natural world
  • Future Dreaming
  • Happy Objects
  • Matisse: Life and Spirit
  • Unsettled

75% visual content. Fully captioned or has minimal dialogue, some background music and/or sounds.

  • Airship Orchestra 
  • Cherine Fahd: Ecdysis 
  • Decadance 
  • DEMO (Cancelled due to confirmed positive COVID-19 cases in cast)
  • Fluffy 
  • Grey Rhino 
  • Prehistoric Picnic 
  • THAW 
  • The Construct 
  • The Pulse 
  • Yung Lung 
  • ZOOOM (Cancelled due to the impacts of COVID-19)

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