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Matthew Bourne Dance Season

Swan Lake ‧ Romeo and Juliet ‧ The Red Shoes ‧ The Car Man ‧ Cinderella

Rent for a limited time from 2 Nov

Celebrated British choreographer and director Matthew Bourne, has been transforming the way we experience dance, reimagining classic works in bold new ways that speak to contemporary audiences. For a limited time, a selection of Bourne's renowned repertoire screens exclusively on Sydney Opera House's platform Stream.

Rent the Season Bundle to watch all five films now and save 30%, or rent each film individually as they're released weekly through November. 

Swan Lake

Released Tue 2 Nov (available for 30 days) 

Romeo and Juliet

Released Tue 9 Nov (available for 30 days) 

The Red Shoes

Released Tue 16 Nov (available for 30 days) 

The Car Man

Released Tue 23 Nov (available for 30 days) 


Released Tue 30 Nov (available for 30 days) 

Cheat Sheet: Matthew Bourne

He's one of the most successful names in dance, bringing ballet into the 21st century with innovative reimaginings of classic works. Before you tune into Matthew Bourne's five greatest works on Stream, check out our handy cheat sheet with video introductions from the man himself.

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