Sydney Opera House invites Australian artists and arts professionals to join our new Industry Insiders membership.
By becoming an Industry Insider you’ll receive access to special industry offers, discounts to select performances, invitations to talks and artist masterclasses and other benefits.
Industry Insiders is a free, three-year membership obtained through a brief EOI process. You must demonstrate you are currently working professionally in the arts sector to be a member. Please complete the below form and we will confirm your membership within 7 days. Be quick, membership places are limited.
Industry Insiders get access to a range of benefits, including:
First to find out about new shows at the Opera House with our weekly Insiders newsletter
Special Industry offers including discounts to select performances and invitations to talks and artist masterclasses
No booking fees – so you save on every ticket.
Save on food and drinks with 10% off at Opera Bar, Opera Kitchen, Portside and our Theatre Bars*.
Play host and bring a friend on one of our standard, junior or backstage tours. Your friend will pay but you won’t (must be booked over the phone).
Insiders get the VIP treatment with a dedicated Insiders phone number to make bookings or enquires.
10% off at our gift shops.
Present your Insiders card and receive discounts from our friends:
Your Industry Insiders membership is free and will last 3 years, for which you may apply for renewal. The aim of the membership is to provide greater access to Sydney Opera House programs and performances for people working professionally in the arts sector.
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