2023 In the Spotlight January to July
2023 Theatre Program - January to July
In 2023 we bring you an electrifying line-up of performances to get you out of the house and into the Theatre. You will find there is something for everyone this year.
In January, enjoy a water-themed film festival for kids, followed by a signature event with the screening of River – a cinematic odyssey. Also in January we bring you the Blue Mountains Burlesque Festival with cabaret that will get your pulse racing (adults only please)!
We are also proud to bring you the formidable Joseph Tawadros Quartet for an exciting exploration into contemporary world music fused with jazz.
Partnering with Blue Mountains Veterans and Associated Forces we will bring you the sounds of the 60’s and 70’s with the Good Morning Vietnam Concert fundraiser hosted by Glenn A Baker.
On the cutting edge of contemporary music, Traversing the Void is a new operatic work with words by Blue Mountains resident Jo Truman. The event will bring together musicians from Iceland and Australia to present exciting new compositions.
Following on from the sell-out performance at the Sydney Opera House in 2022, violinist Vov Dylan with pianist Clemens Leske will perform the No. 1 ARIA classical chart album, Kismet: Vignettes for Violin and Piano by Elena Kats-Chernin.
We are excited to bring you Australian singer songwriter Lior performing the fruits of a new collaboration project with rising artist Domini, and Urthboy will return to celebrate his new album, Savour.
The school holidays are sorted too, with a Children’s Program that includes four exciting productions for families throughout the year.
Sounds of our Towns is back for its second year and will give us the opportunity to get our groove on once again, and the Blue Mountains Musical Society continues to bring us some fabulous musical productions including School of Rock!
We look forward to welcoming you to the theatre for an exciting year of programs throughout 2023.