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Open your eyes to a world of magic and learn many interesting facts about Dolphins, Seals, Turtles & Blue Penguins at Dolphin Marine Magic, Coffs Harbour.
Our educational “marine discovery” presentations run every day of the year, 10am & 1pm. And continue to delight visitors of all ages with interesting and entertaining information, as well as exciting routines that showcase the natural abilities of both Seals and Dolphins
Rehabilitation is at the heart of everything we do at Dolphin Marine Magic. Over the years we have successfully rehabilitated and released hundreds of animals, including dolphins, seals, turtles and sea birds, back out into the wild for a second chance at life.
Every visitor gets an opportunity to receive a FREE kiss from our friendly Dolphins and cheeky Seals, before each marine magic presentation, make sure you arrive early; these fishy kisses should not be missed!
Open every day of the year.
The Creekside Café is open every day from 7:30am to 3pm for food and only coffee and cake to 3:30pm. The Creekside Cafe boasts superb water views, coffee, delicious meals and an inviting casual atmosphere. Nestled on the path of the Coffs Creek walk, the Creekside Cafe makes an ideal meeting place for breakfast, morning tea, lunch or afternoon tea. Looking for something special or a very interesting place to hold a party, corporate function, birthday party or wedding? We can help put some wildlife into your next function.
Dolphin Marine Magic is wet weather friendly, with plenty of shelter throughout the Park, a marquee in the garden, an awning over the grandstand and courtesy umbrellas available for use whilst in the grounds.
Dolphin Marine Magic is located on the beautiful Mid North Coast of NSW, in the city of Coffs Harbour and sits approximately midway between Sydney and Brisbane off the Pacific Highway. Coffs Harbour has the largest and busiest regional airport in New South Wales, with regular flights operated by Qantas, Brindabella and Virgin Blue from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
The IMAX Theatre Sydney in Darling Harbour uses the IMAX film system, which is the largest and most exciting film format in the world.
With crystal clear images, ten times larger than the traditional cinema format the IMAX film experience draws you in with pictures so real you want to touch them, so powerful you can feel them. The giant film frames offer far greater resolution than 35mm film and all existing digital cinema projection systems (including IMAX Corporation's own digital multiplex cinema IMAX systems).
The IMAX film experience takes an image rich in clarity and definition, throws it onto the world's biggest screen and wraps the viewer in digital surround sound.
The theatre screens films in 2D and 3D for a truly breathtaking movie going experience.
A key anchor attraction of the Hunter, Maitland Gaol has a vibrant history spanning more than 150 years. After housing some of Australia\\\\'s most hardened and notorious criminals, Maitland Gaol closed as a Correctional Institution in 1998.
The cell doors have now been swung open, with visitors invited to serve a small amount of time learning about the facility, past prisoners and daring escapes.
Open 7 days, Maitland Gaol offers visitors the opportunity to indulge in a world class self-guided audio tour. Additionally, themed-guided tours and torchlight tours by night are regularly available and are a great way to interpret this unique attraction. Only the brave can battle a group sleepover night.
The Gaol is also burgeoning as a venue of choice for special events.
Dirty Dick’s is Australia’s most popular Theatre Restaurant, having presented it’s distinctive nights of Medieval Old English fun and feasting to more than five million people, Australia wide, for more than 35 years.
Dirty Dick’s is a unique entertainment and dining concept set in a totally themed environment with a highly comical stage show, magnificent 3 course banquet, costumed serving staff, providing non stop interactive fun in true olden day tradition.
Sing-a-Long, Clap-a-Long and Laugh-a-Long as you experience the hilarious antics, madcap merrymaking and funtastic festivities of this unforgettable night.
2 hours of fully choreographed live comedy Rock N Roll theatre featuring some of Sydney's top entertainers & commedians Join Dr. Crazy & his rock n roll clones of soul on this rollercoaster ride that will leave you in stitches!
Frightnight Comedy Theatre Restaurant provides the people of Liverpool with ghoulishly good entertainment and fantastic food and drink.
Guests are invited to come and partake in a night of frights and freaks where the only thing assured is good food, drink and comedy.
Dine in our restaurant and treat yourself to our Halloweened Roast Beef and Gravy, or perhaps a piece of our delectable Vampires Delight Chocolate Cake?
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Another Bobby Bradford Production
The Major Oak is the longest running theatre restaurant in Western Sydney
Live band, great costumes and entertainment.
Celebrate your birthday, hens night, work Christmas party or any other occasion.
"The Great Pretenders"
Big production show. Great costumes.
More than 25 celebrity send ups, tributes, impersonations,
comedy, song and so much more...
With live music performed by "The Chain Gang"
Huge dance floor with plenty of opportunities to dance.
The Genesian Theatre Company is a non-professional group operating from an historic church in Kent Street, in the heart of the Sydney CBD. We boast among our alumni numerous household names in Australian theatre and film such as Bryan Brown, Baz Luhrmann, Judi Farr, and John Bell. We are, however, just as proud of the hundreds of talented amateur actors, directors, designers, lighting and sound specialists who have contributed to Sydney's unique little theatre over the years.
Over the years the company has developed into a theatre providing a training ground for young actors and a place where those who love the theatre can meet, share and extend their knowledge of the performing arts. The Genesian Theatre is one of Sydney's most active theatre companies. In addition to seven main stage productions each year we run classes, workshops and many other activities.
Whether it's a cocktail party, special occasion, private corporate function, wedding or awards ceremony, our new restaurants and bars can accommodate parties of all sizes. In early 2012, an exclusive nightclub and rooftop area with panoramic Sydney harbour and skyline views will be also be available, as well as a state-of-the-art entertainment and events centre, scheduled to open in early 2013.
Disney and Cameron Mackintosh invite you to let your imagination take flight as you step into the magical world of MARY POPPINS.
Brilliantly adapted from the beloved books by Australia’s own P.L.Travers and the classic 1964 Walt Disney film, MARY POPPINS arrives at the Capitol Theatre Sydney in April 2011 for a strictly limited season.
MARY POPPINS has captured the hearts of millions since premiering on the West End and Broadway, and now Australians can experience the unforgettable songs,stunning choreography and unsurpassed stagecraft of this extraordinary theatrical event.
Would you like to find out more about the fascinating history and unique architecture of the Capitol Theatre? Book a tour!
Our knowledgeable tour guide will take you on the Capitol’s journey over the last century from hippodrome to picture palace to rock venue to finally become a world-class musical theatre venue - it’s quite a story.
You’ll have the opportunity to experience the beautiful atmospheric auditorium and observe the quirky architectural elements of John Eberson’s theatrical design vision. You’ll also gain an insight into just what it takes to stage a major musical production.
When the Nimrod Theatre building in Belvoir Street, Surry Hills, was threatened with demolition in 1984, more than 600 people – ardent theatre lovers together with arts, entertainment and media professionals – formed a syndicate to buy the building and save this unique performance space in inner-city Sydney.
Over 25 years later, this space, known as Belvoir St Theatre, continues to be the home of one of Australia’s most celebrated theatre companies – Belvoir. Under the artistic leadership of Ralph Myers and General Manager Brenna Hobson, Belvoir engages Australia’s most prominent and promising playwrights, directors, actors and designers to realise an annual season of work that is dynamic, challenging and visionary. As well as performing at home, Belvoir regularly takes to the road, touring to major arts centres and festivals both nationally and internationally.
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Throughout the year, Roslyn Packer Theatre Walsh Bay plays host to productions from its resident drama and dance companies, Sydney Theatre Company and Sydney Dance Company, as well as theatre, dance, comedy and live music from much-loved artists and companies from Australia and around the world.
New Theatre is one of the oldest continuously producing theatre companies in Australia with a proud history that is intertwined with much of Sydney's social development and Australian theatre history.
From our beginnings as a political workers' theatre, we have grown to become one of Sydney's leading independent community theatre companies. Our productions range across drama, comedy, musicals, gay theatre, family shows, political cabaret and specialised education programs. We have revisited classic texts with bold new interpretations and premiered some of the finest contemporary writing.
New Theatre was born from a democratic voice and from the very beginning we’ve done things our way.
We’re not slick, we’re not refined and we don’t conform. We believe in artistic and social expression, not just escapism. When we take the stage, we’re for real.
Our doors are open to everyone – from those looking for their start, to those who never want it to end.
We’re a beacon for social movement; a hub for local enthusiasts. We’re driven by passion, not money.
We’re not interested in awards or accolades, we act out of love.
You can’t define us or second guess us. We won’t just invite you to take a seat, we invite you to take part. And we’ll always stay true to what we do. Always real. Always raw. Always New.
Since 1997, The Old Fitzroy Hotel has been home to one of Sydney’s first independent live theatre companies: The Tamarama Rock Surfers. Started by a group of actors looking to establish a venue for new and underground productions, the Rock Surfers have played an essential role in the development of the city’s independent theatre reputation. To date it has catered for over 88,000 punters and housed more than 133 shows, including the premieres of over 53 new Australian plays. It has produced work of such notable Australian playwrights as Brendan Cowell, Toby Schmitz, Sue Smith and Suzie Miller.
Each year, the Old Fitzroy Theatre hosts up to 12 main stage productions. These run for approximately four weeks from Tuesday to Saturday at 8pm and Sundays at 5pm. Every September, during the eight week submission process, the competition to fill these slots is fierce and the standard of work is as good as independent theatre gets anywhere in the world.
CarriageWorks is a multi-venue centre focused on the creation and presentation of contemporary art and culture. There are large flexible theatre spaces (Bay 17 and Bay 20), gallery (Bay 19) and exhibition spaces, rehearsal rooms (Track 8 and Track 12) and a scenery workshop. CarriageWorks is a working hub for practitioners and audiences of the small to medium arts sector.
CarriageWorks is housed in the old Eveleigh Rail Yards at Wilson Street, located within the emerging Redfern Waterloo precinct, and has been developed by the NSW State Government through Arts NSW. Starting with the cathedral-scale foyer, the physical beauty and scope of CarriageWorks is inspiring. The distinctive nineteenth century industrial atmosphere of the former railway carriage and blacksmith workshops have been retained, with many heritage iron and brick details featured in the regeneration of the building.
Located in the heart of the University of Sydney, the Seymour champions cultural exploration, arts education and audience engagement.
Each year over 250,000 people engage with the Centre as audience, theatre creators, directors, designers, technicians and performers – and the numbers are growing.
We present a diverse range of the best of contemporary performing arts including participation in some of this city’s major arts festivals; the Sydney Comedy Festival, Sydney Children’s Festival, Sydney Fringe Festival and the iconic Sydney Festival.
The Seymour is also a dynamic hub for diverse arts activity: we are home to four innovative performance companies who all present work in the Centre: SIMA Jazz performs the best of contemporary jazz regularly in our Sound Lounge; Shaun Parker and Co presents major dance and physical theatre works; Chronology Arts commission and perform contemporary classical music and Critical Stages, a company quickly becoming Australia's leading producer of touring independent theatre.
As part of the University of Sydney we host a vibrant program of University events and student performances, ranging from lectures by leading world thinkers as part of the Sydney Ideas program to presenting the annual student revue season.
The MLC Centre is a Prime Grade property located on Martin Place in Sydney.
The complex includes a major commercial office tower, a retail precinct, the Theatre Royal and carpark.
Back when it opened in 1977 the MLC Centre was one of the pioneers of high fashion retailing in Australia. Today, lovers of leading international and Australian fashion brands still know where to head for the best range of designer labels in Sydney, the MLC Centre.
If you can pull yourself away from the sumptuous fabrics and wonderful designs, you´ll discover the perfect café for a coffee with friends, alfresco dining for a leisurely lunch and bars where you can soak up the city atmosphere over a cocktail. Or if you´re in a rush there is a range of eateries in the food court.
You'll also discover a range of jewellery, giftware, beauty products and everyday services. More than an exclusive fashion destination, the MLC Centre is your complete city shopping experience.
Bangarra Dance Theatre is fuelled by the spirit, energy and inspiration derived from the culture, values and traditions of Indigenous Australians.
From these roots, we create theatre that is artistically innovative, technically outstanding and truly exciting to audiences throughout Australia and the world.
Sydney Dance Company is a legendary force in Australian contemporary dance. Its performances have appeared on the great dance stages of the world, from the Sydney Opera House in Australia, to the Joyce Theatre in New York, the Grand in Shanghai and the Stanislavsky in Moscow. Actively creating and touring new work under the Artistic Directorship of Rafael Bonachela, the Company maintains an ensemble of 16 exceptional dancers. Programs of dance include works by Bonachela and by guest choreographers including Jacopo Godani, Alexander Ekman and Gideon Obarzanek, as well as collaborations with the Australian Chamber Orchestra and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and with composers 48nord and Ezio Bosso.
Since 1985 the Company has been a resident of the purpose-built studios at The Wharf in Sydney’s Walsh Bay, minutes from the city’s famed Bridge and Opera House. Its studios offer the largest public dance classes in Australia, with nearly 80,000 attendances annually. In 2014 a Pre-Professional Year course was launched, offering students the chance to work with some of Australia’s most successful and award winning choreographers and educators.
For more information please visit the website.
Architects Peddle Thorp and Walker designed the 1,238 seat Hall in a shoebox shape, proven worldwide as the ideal shape for hearing western classical music. Based on the classical configuration of the 19th century European concert hall, the design includes gently raking stalls and two galleries that wrap around both sides and rear of the auditorium creating a sense of intimacy between audience and performer.
The elegant decor of French grey, gold leaf, light timber panelling and plum coloured upholstery provides a sense of occasion, enhanced by the white marble grand staircase that sweeps up from the entry foyer to the three seating level foyers, each with their own bar.
The Sydney Conservatorium of Music is a global centre of excellence in music, providing leading edge education, research and performance.
Making a difference through the arts.
atyp has been bridging the divide between young people and professional theatre practice since 1963. Australia’s oldest and largest youth theatre company, we are driven to create work that impacts the way young people engage with theatre nationally.
Australian Theatre for Young People specialises in integrating professional theatre practice with supportive youth theatre process. We love working with all levels of the arts industry, from the most celebrated national companies to the smallest youth theatres. Our work supports young people from their first theatre experience to their first professional production.
Our Vision is to forever raise the national expectation of what theatre with young people can achieve.
Australian Theatre for Young People is located at Sydney's most prestigious arts precinct, The Wharf, Pier 4/5 Hickson Rd Walsh Bay on Sydney Harbour. Nestled amongst the Sydney Theatre Company, Bangarra Dance Theatre and Sydney Dance Company, overlooking the bustling Sydney Harbour, atyp has two venues available that can place your event in the heart of this arts centre.
1932 was a momentous year for Sydney. The Sydney Harbour Bridge, an engineering miracle of the day was opened in March. In July 1932 the Australian Broadcasting Commission (now Corporation) was established, and with it the group of musicians that would become the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
The Orchestra consisted of just 24 players, who performed incidental music for radio plays, music for the dinner hour and broadcasts of concert repertoire. The first significant concert event in which the orchestra took centre stage occurred in 1934, when the renowned Irish conductor Sir Hamilton Harty visited Australia which led to calls for the creation of a permanent concert orchestra for Sydney.
The Ensemble Theatre in Kirribilli, Sydney is Australia's longest, continuously running professional theatre company and has constantly maintained the highest standards in theatrical presentation.
Since its inception, the Ensemble has presented over 350 productions at its home venue, the Playhouse, Sydney Opera House, Theatre Royal and the Seymour Centre. The company has also toured many productions around Australia including HALPERN & JOHNSON with Garry McDonald and Henri Szeps, RAIN MAN, MIXED EMOTIONS, FACE TO FACE, A CONVERSATION, FLATFOOT and SIX DANCE LESSONS IN SIX WEEKS. Ensemble productions have also been presented overseas including the 1980 UK tour of NO ROOM FOR DREAMERS and the recent production of END OF THE RAINBOW which featured at the 2006 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Many of Australia’s favourite performers have appeared at the Ensemble Theatre including Lorraine Bayly, Simon Burke, Michael Craig, Russell Crowe, Max Cullen, David Field, Max Gillies, Nancye Hayes, Reg Livermore, Garry McDonald, Todd McKenney, Amanda Muggleton, Caroline O’Connor, Georgie Parker, Marina Prior, Kate Raison, Henri Szeps, Jack Thompson, William Zappa and international performers such as Warren Mitchell and Greta Scacchi.
Darlinghurst Theatre Company presents diverse artistic visions to engage audiences with the diversity, power and possibilities of live theatre. Each production presents a new directorial and artistic vision, which allows for a unique point of view and dialogue about the human experience through theatre.
Darlinghurst Theatre Company achieves this by developing, producing and presenting theatre productions in collaboration with outstanding independent theatre artists.
Since 2001, Darlinghurst Theatre Company has nurtured and supported the visions of more than 1,100 Australian artists, and staged over 120 shows.
We take great pride in being an intimate space where people can discover the power of live theatre and its vast possibilities.
We want our audiences to discover new and exceptional drama, innovative and brilliant musicals and inspired variations on spoken word theatre. Each production is an invitation to discover, engage, connect, and of course be entertained.
To achieve this, Darlinghurst Theatre Company engages and collaborates with outstanding artists and offer them exemplary platform to realise their own creations. This means each production presents a new creative team, a new artistic vision, and a fresh experience for our audiences.
Each show is especially chosen in line with our policy of sourcing and selecting the most outstanding. Our season of shows offer explorations in music theatre, drama, physical theatre, multi media and variations on spoken word theatre.
Production-wise, the Gaelic Theatre features a powerful NEXO Alpha E sound system and comprehensive stage lighting rig/desk in-house.
With major renovations completed The Gaelic Hotel is now a 500-capacity, split-level, multi-purpose venue situated only meters from Central Rail & Bus stations between Chalmers & Elizabeth Street. The Gaelic has a late License till 4am, 7 days a week, and is surrounded by late night 24-hour hotels and food outlets.
Start your evening at Govindas and dine to your full satisfaction from our opulent buffet.
We recommend you allow at least half an hour to dine before going upstairs to the cinema i.e. dinner booking betweeen 5:45-6:30pm for a 7:00 movie or 7:30-8:30 for a 9:00 - 9:30 movie.
Dinner - All you can eat $19.80
Movie and dinner package - $29.80
Movie only - $13.90
For thirty years, Griffin Theatre Company has been Australia’s new writing theatre.
The resident theatre company of the historic SBW Stables Theatre in Kings Cross, Griffin dedicates itself to the nurture, presentation and promotion of outstanding Australian playwriting and contemporary theatre. An engine-room for theatrical discovery, ingenuity and diversity, Griffin exists to bring playwrights and new writing for the stage to national and international attention.
Retaining a special place in the performing arts landscape, Griffin is a key portal for the profession at large – a gateway for actors, designers, directors and of course, playwrights.
Having produced numerous groundbreaking plays since its establishment in 1979, Griffin continues to invest in artistic and audience development – with professional residencies for playwrights and directors, a workshop and commissions program, education and outreach projects and an annual program of works in development.
Griffin has a reputation for artistic excellence, its low-fi atmosphere, and its role as a major force in shaping the future of Australian theatre.
Welcome to ACTT, an independent specialist performing arts college at the heart of a thriving artistic community. 2012 ACTING & MUSIC THEATRE AUDITIONS START ON 21 NOVEMBER! (Don't Miss... The Next Free Acting & Info Workshop on 26 November)
Glen Street Theatre is a 400 seat proscenium arch auditorium that presents a subscription season of professional theatre productions, quality children’s shows and community events throughout the year including school productions and dance concerts.
The venue also runs Sorlies Bistro, which offers pre-show dining and monthly literary lunches. For Sorlies bookings, please call 9975 1455 between 10am and 5pm Monday to Friday.
Glen Street Theatre is located in Belrose on Sydney’s north shore, approximately 20 minutes drive from the CBD. The theatre regularly presents productions from many of Australia’s major performing arts companies including Sydney Theatre Company, Company B Belvoir, Bell Shakespeare, Griffin Theatre Company, Queensland Theatre Company, Melbourne’s Playbox Theatre, Perth Theatre Company, The State Theatre Company of South Australia and other significant independent production companies including Circus Oz, Pork Chop Productions, Performing Lines and Hit Productions.
As the premiere theatre venue in western Sydney for live performances, Riverside Theatre plays a central role in the social and cultural life of western Sydney. With its three theatres, the performance schedule of Riverside is a tour de force: contemporary music, dance, opera, drama and comedy. Then, there are the film festivals, the Sydney Writers' Festival, the Sydney Festival and classes for school kids. Located in the Parramatta Entertainment Precinct, it is the cornerstone of the city’s vibrant nightlife.
Nu-Show is a theatrical website committed to producing NEW material. We are not interested in subsidising already established writers and composers, rather we seek to help launch NEW and undiscovered talent - like Ours and Yours!
For over 30 years Dendy Cinemas has screened the best in quality cinema across the east coast of Australia.
In addition to its involvement in the Bridgeway Cinema and Tauranga Cinema in New Zealand, Dendy Cinemas operates 24 screens across its Byron Bay, Brisbane, Canberra and Sydney (Newtown and Circular Quay) locations, and remains the home of quality 2D and 3D cinema.
As well as its core film programming, the company is also home to a vibrant arts program of opera, theatre and ballet productions from some of the world’s finest companies.
Partnerships with some of the country’s most exciting film festivals showcase a range of exclusive content, while the company’s sponsorship of events such as the Sydney Film Festival’s Dendy Awards, Tropfest, and NIDA Week help support the local filmmaking community.
Sydney’s listed screen gem The Chauvel has been operating in the historic Paddington Town Hall from 1977. Formerly the Paddington Town Hall ballroom (the fully sprung floor remains under the seats) the Cinema One auditoria boasts a barrel-vaulted ceiling with proscenium arch stage. The cinema has long been the spiritual home of Australian film culture, a gathering place for true film lovers to share their passion for the best of independent and world cinema.
Cafe & Bar
The Chauvel's second floor cafe & bar offers views over Sydney's fashionable Paddington. Enjoy freah premium Lavazza coffee prepared by our experienced baristas or choose from a great variety of food and drink including local and international premium wine & beer, handmade Connoisseur choc tops, healthy choice popcorn cooked in olive oil and more. The Chauvel also stocks a range of boutique snacks.
The Chauvel is equipped with state of the art 35mm, 16mm and Betacam/DVD video projection with a Dolby Digital sound system featuring the Lenard speaker system exclusive to the Chauvel. There is a Mezzanine Lounge for all private functions.
The Hayden Orpheum at Cremorne began life as The Orpheum on October 3, 1935.
It was, at the time, a much grander movie theatre than most suburban movie houses, and for many years made the clumsily-worded boast of being “Sydney’s only suburban city movie theatre”. The justification for this claim was that it was built as a theatre, and could screen films or live cast musicals for its 1735 seats, over two levels.
Backstage there were dressing rooms, an orchestra pit, and a functioning fly-tower to store and ‘fly’ scenery. It was a proper ‘legit’ stage and played host to the Australian ballet etc.
The theatre remained intact, albeit very run down, until it was bought by commercial property developers. Despite the protests of some theatre supporters, it was savagely ripped apart, and a second-rate shopping arcade and a health gymnasium installed. A concrete slab was installed horizontally, and the only part of the theatre that remained above it was the decaying art deco ceiling and parts of the proscenium. It was virtually inaccessible to all - apart from the pigeons who made it their home.
The Ritz Cinema is steeped in rich history and tradition. Built in 1937 and now Heritage Listed, it is one of the only 2 original Art Deco Cinemas remaining in Sydney. Still offering the lowest price movie tickets available, the cinema has survived a fascinating history of tumultuous change and holds an important place in the local culture. This heritage and unique design adds to the charm and warmth of the Ritz Cinema that other venues cannot match.
The Ritz Cinema is a versatile and stylish venue to consider for your next event. Think outside the square The Ritz Cinema offers more than just fantastic movies!
The Ritz Cinema is also available for location filming of advertisements and movies and short films etc.
Ritz Movie Nights are a very popular and hassle free way to raise those hard to come by funds.
The Ritz Cinema is a supportive partner with many local community groups & events. We recognise the importance of your Charity and your efforts and work to assist you plan and stage a fantastic and successful fundraising activity.
The Ritz Cinema hosts fundraisers on a regular basis and has the experience and expertise to assist you with all aspects of your event. We also have the most competitive prices in Sydney!
Here at Roseville Cinemas we have years of proven success with Charity, Corporate, Community and Family functions. No matter what your function requirements, we can facilitate your every need.
Generally, group functions are held on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday or Sunday. We suggest food/beverages followed by a film.
Flickerfest began as a small local festival at the Balmain High School in 1991. Over the last 21 years it has grown to become Australia's only competitive International Short Film Festival with entries coming from filmmakers across the globe.
Flickerfest is considered in international circles as the leading Australian competitive short film festival and increasingly filmmakers view it as one of the main festivals on the world circuit. To maintain this high standard each year the festival director visits festivals around the world seeking new films most of which have not been seen in Australia.
In 2003 the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science elected to recognise Flickererfest as a qualifying festival for the Best Short Film and Best Animation categories of the Academy® Awards. In 2010, Flickerfest was also recognised by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), making films from the UK that won at Flickerfest, eligible for a BAFTA nomination. We are the only short film festival in Australia with BAFTA and Academy® accredited status.
The honour of Academy® Award accreditation will guarantee Flickerfest's international profile for many years to come, whilst also ensuring greater opportunities for our Australian short film makers internationally.
A summer of live music and feature films under the stars is on the way, as Bondi Openair Cinema (20 January 2011 – 5 March 2011) returns to Bondi Pavillion. This marks the second leg of Australian Openair Cinema, which kicked off in St Kilda on 9 December. The outdoor cinemas are located in some of Australia’s iconic locations, beginning on the rooftop of the St Kilda Sea Baths, making its way to the shores of Sydney’s Bondi Beach on 20 January and Rainforest Green of South Bank in Brisbane on 24 February 2011.
Bondi Openair nights are a quintessentially summer event; with feature films playing on huge outdoor screens from dusk. Cinemagoers can relax with some gourmet-style food and tasty beverages from the licensed bar, while listening to the sunset sounds of acoustic sets from emerging musicians.
St.George OpenAir Cinema is set to return to Mrs Macquaries Point this summer. The 2012 season will be staged over 36 nights, opening on Wednesday 11 January and reaching it's finale on Saturday 18 February.
The official season program including a full schedule of films will be inserted as a magazine in The Sydney Morning Herald on Friday 9 December.
Advance ticket sales will commence at 9am on Thursday 15 December.