The Opera House’s Teacher Resources provide inspirational activities to watch, listen and read for students in the classroom or learning at home. Teachers should adapt these resources to suit the student age, stage and the lesson outcomes desired.
The resources will kick-start many collaborative conversations with students. From livestreamed talks and tours, to podcasts and videos from past performances, masterclasses and workshops, we've got it covered. Welcome to your House.
A thrilling adventure with a contemporary twist. Told through the eyes of the Wolf, this energetic work from internationally acclaimed CoisCéim Dance Theatre explores themes of courage and imagination; showcasing contemporary dance at its best.
Watch this very special talk recorded in 2017 about imagination and storytelling with David Walliams, the international bestselling children’s author of Mr Stink, Billionaire Boy and The Midnight Gang.
We hosted a special digital artist talk for World Autism Day with internationally acclaimed artist and author Tim Sharp. Tim has autism and has won fans from all around the world with his unique sense of humour and original art. Here, Tim appears alongside his mum Judy Sharp, and is interviewed by Jacqueline Marriott.
Bestselling children's author and illustrator
Matt Stanton on creativity
Catch up on our exclusive talk with bestselling children's author and illustrator Matt Stanton in celebration of Australian Reading Hour. Find out where Matt gets his inspiration from, his creative process and why reading and stories are important for development.
Record-breaking author of Nevermoor series Jessica Townsend
Connect your students to this very special encore stream of record-breaking Australian children's author Jessica Townsend. Her first novel Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow was the biggest-selling Australian children's debut since records began.
Our new podcast Arty Farty – A Podcast for Kids has been created especially for Kid Creatives. We’re excited to share special moments, insights, tips, tricks and more from kids themselves, and creative types who appear here at the House.