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The new Stream app is available now on Android and iOS

Our summer Stream continues full steam this month, with another richly eclectic selection of music, dance and performance from Australia and across the world. Ballet heads are spoiled for choice with a fantastic collection of performances from The Australian Ballet, including a memorable collaboration with the Bangarra Dance Theatre and a three-part documentary that takes us into the company’s fascinating history. If you’re an opera fan, look no further than the newly available concert series from Opera Australia, which puts you harbourside and inside the Sydney Opera House for some unforgettable shows. And our groundbreaking UK/AU Digital Season continues, with more cutting-edge British artists challenging the status quo. Best of all, you can now stream these, and all of our amazing content, on the new Stream app, where you can immerse yourself in art, performance and music anytime, anywhere. Download now from the App Store or Google Play. 

The Australian Ballet on Stream

Treat yourself to a performance by The Australian Ballet with this exquisite collection of work. Included are Warumuk – In the Dark Night, a collaboration between The Australian Ballet and Bangarra Dance Theatre that takes its inspiration from traditional Aboriginal stories; Wayne McGregor’s Dyad 1929, which pushes classical movement to its thrilling, experimental limits with an electrifying score by avant-garde titan Steve Reich; and Paquita, choreographed by Marius Petipa, a dazzling showcase for The Australian Ballet at its exuberant, shimmering best. There’s also superstar choreographer Alexei Ratmansky’s fantastical take on Cinderella, and Erik Bruhn’s production of August Bournoville’s classic La Sylphide, a supernatural Scottish fable in two entrancing acts. If that’s not enough, the landmark three-part documentary And We Danced takes a journey through The Australian Ballet’s rich, storied history, pirouetting from its birth at the dawn of the ’60s through its transformation into the powerhouse company it is today. The Australian Ballet performances are available to rent from $3.49.

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Opera Australia on Stream

Guaranteed to satisfy your appetite for grandiose musical drama, this feast of concert films from the one and only Opera Australia captures performances that range from deep classics set against Sydney’s magnificent harbour to mesmerising productions staged at the Sydney Opera House. Experience the thrill of opera under the stars with Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour as the timeless Carmen, Aida, La Bohème, La Traviata, Madama Butterfly and Turandot come to life in spectacular productions at Sydney’s Mrs. Macquaries Point, or visit the Joan Sutherland Theatre stage of the Sydney Opera House for Gale Edwards’ sparkling production of La Bohème, Neil Armfield’s take on The Marriage of Figaro, and the Teddy Tahu Rhodes-led Don Giovanni. Each title is $6.99 for a three-day rental.

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UK/AU Digital Season

Presented by the Sydney Opera House and The British Council, this cutting edge series continues to bring together an array of unique artists and performers from across the UK. From hip-hop and beatboxing to dance and choreography, these compelling performances burst with fresh, invigorating perspectives on our ever-changing present.

BAC Beatbox Academy | Frankenstein – How To Make A Monster

It’s alive! Mary Shelley’s goth classic gets reimagined as a literally breath-taking musical soundscape, as a cast of rapping, beatboxing British performers transform the timeless chiller into a 21st-century fable about the monsters society creates. A smash at both Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Adelaide Fringe that you won’t want to miss.

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Jonzi D & Bim Ajadi | Here/Not Here

Dance, hip-hop, sign language and Visual Vernacular collide in this funky, funny and thought-provoking performance piece, written by British hip hop advocate Jonzi D and led by a cast of disabled artists.

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Botis Seva & Billy Boyd Cape | Reach

This award-winning short film, directed by filmmaker (and fka twigs / Pussy Riot collaborator) Billy Boyd Cape and Olivier Award-winning choreographer Botis Seva, combines dance and hip-hop to explore themes of love, abandonment and fatherhood as a young man journeys toward independence – and struggles to reconcile his mind and soul.

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Laila Diallo | 1:1

An experimental performance set in a uniquely abstract space, Bristol-based artist Laila Diallo’s short film captures a dance made to the scale of a kitchen – a replica of Diallo’s domestic space that transforms via movement and memory.

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Jo Bannon | Kitchen Alba

Staying with the kitchen theme, Jo Bannon’s evocatively strange performance work – made amidst a world in lockdown – finds the artist turning her mundane surroundings into a gently surreal landscape, riffing on religion, white goods, family and faith.

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Still House | In the Letting Go

Renowned movement director Dan Canham, whose work has appeared at the National Theatre and the Old Vic, brings his wildly original vision to this performance project exploring patriarchy, vulnerability, intimacy, care-giving, playfulness and love. A refreshing, forward-thinking perspective on new models of masculinity.

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