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Bringing our stages to your sofa, our new digital program comes to you weekly from our House to yours.

Digital Season

Tune in weekly from Thursday to Sunday for live broadcasts, archival footage, and premieres.

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8pm Thursday, July 16th AEST – Film

UnWrapped: New Works for Film (Premiere)

Watch the premiere film release of the original digital works created by independent local artists as a part of the Sydney Opera House's Digital Mentorship Program.

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8pm Friday, July 17th AEST – Contemporary Music

The Australian Ballet - Graeme Murphy's Swan Lake

Graeme Murphy’s masterpiece is a Swan Lake for the 21st century, charged with sensuality and heartbreak. The Australian Ballet’s most performed and most successful work has swept the world before it.

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8pm Saturday, July 18th AEST – Comedy

Blak Standup: Andy Saunders & Sean Choolburra (Premiere)

Two of Australia's best comedians deliver side splitting laughs for your Saturday night with incisive and hilarious stand up. Culture, community and chuckles, brought direct from our digital stage.

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4pm Sunday, July 19th AEST – Talks & Ideas

Tamika D. Mallory: The Women's March on Washington

National Co-Chair of the Women's March on Washington, Tamika D. Mallory unpacks the role of women in the resistance against the Trump presidency. A powerful message for our current times, listen to Tamika speak as part of Antidote 2017.

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8pm Saturday, July 25th AEST – Contemporary Music

Gordi (Live)

Gordi makes her Opera House debut with her official international album launch show in a special one-off performance streamed live from the Joan Sutherland Theatre.


Long reads, interviews, essays, guides

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Lin Manuel Miranda is tipping the scales of Broadway and Hollywood

With Hamilton now available to stream, we look back at the moments that shaped this legendary composer, lyricist, actor and playwright.

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Preserving the Grand Organ

Each of the 10,244 pipes will be cleaned by hand – it’s a tricky job.

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Graeme Murphy is ballet's fearless leader

Ten classic works – including Swan Lake – reimagined by the dancer & choreographer.


Full performance recordings, festival talks, archival footage and more

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Waxing Lyrical with Winston Surfshirt

Go behind the vinyl collection of Winston Surfshirt as he uncovers an original 1960s Beatles pressing and an impressive Frank Sinatra selection among other gems.

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Couch Critics

Arts and analysis from your armchair. With our Digital Season, you don’t need a monocle, crisp suit or a cravat to be a critic - all you need is your couch and a computer.

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Date Night: Jack and Judy

With the world in lockdown - the weekly date night seemed to fly out the window!
But thanks to the help of our Partners Mastercard® and Champagne Perrier-Jouët, Sydney Opera House was able to give away the ultimate stay-at-home date.

Podcasts & Playlists

Talks, conversations, love lists and inspiring ideas

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'Music for... Memory Lane' by Brett Weymark

Our newest playlist is curated by Sydney Philharmonia Choirs' Artistic & Music Director Brett Weymark, an ode to the power of music and how choral and classical masterpieces can shape our lives.

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Black Lives Matter with IndigenousX - Ideas at the House

Sydney Opera House has invited IndigenousX to curate this panel discussion exploring how state sanctioned violence is enabled and protected by racist ideology, and the role of protests in achieving reform.

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House Call

What was there before the Opera House? How big is Earth? Curious kids phoned us with their questions and we've answered them in the brand new season of Arty Farty – A Podcast for Kids!

After digital content for the kids?

Try our brand new page for the kids! Experience the Sydney Opera House from your home with our range of digital content and hands on activities created especially to inspire young minds.


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