Palace Barracks Cinemas

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    Palace Barracks Cinemas
    61 Petrie Terrace
    Petrie Terrace, Brisbane, QLD 4000
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Featuring its own Espresso Bar, cinema patrons can expect more than just a cinema. Guests can indulge with an authentic Lavazza coffee by professional baristas and enjoy a selection of Paninis, tapas and cakes. Palace Barracks is licensed so guests can order their premium beer, fine wine or spirit before the film and take it into the cinema with them. It will screen the best in mainstream movies, arthouse and quality family films. Palace Barracks features six theatres accommodating over 1000 seats with luxurious seating and the latest in Dolby digital surround sound. The precinct itself is surrounded by fine dining, fashion and quality retail outlets. Patrons can take a train, bus, walk or arrive by car.


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Past events

Tchaikovsky's The Sleeping Beauty from The Royal Ballet

9th April

The Sleeping Beauty is the pinnacle of classical ballet: a perfect marriage of Petipa’s choreography and Tchaikovsky’s music and a glorious challenge for...

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Tchaikovsky's The Sleeping Beauty from The Royal Ballet

4th April

The Sleeping Beauty is the pinnacle of classical ballet: a perfect marriage of Petipa’s choreography and Tchaikovsky’s music and a glorious challenge for...

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Puccini's La Fanciulla Del West 2014

2nd April

Puccini aimed to capture life itself, in a trail that would lead him to Paris in La Bohème, to Japan in Madama Butterfly and then as far as the Far West...

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Puccini's La Fanciulla Del West 2014

28th March

Puccini aimed to capture life itself, in a trail that would lead him to Paris in La Bohème, to Japan in Madama Butterfly and then as far as the Far West...

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Mon Oncle

25th March

With classic slapstick setpieces and wonderful scenes of inner and suburban Paris, Jacques Tati’s Mon Oncle is undoubtedly one of the most beloved...

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Friends from France

25th March

Anne Weil moves from editing A Castle in Italy (also showing in this year’s Festival) to make her directorial debut with the powerful political thriller...

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Alliance Française French Film Festival - Brisbane

7th March

Celebrating its 25th year in 2014, the Alliance Franaise French Film Festival is a highly anticipated and extremely popular event on the Australian...

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2 Automnes, 3 Hivers

24th March

Thirty-three year old Aman (Vincent Macaigne) decides to start his new life with an evening jog - and literally runs into the love of his life, Amélie...

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Jules and Jim

24th March

This landmark film tells the story of two friends, Jules (Oskar Werner) and Jim (Henri Serre) in the whirlwind era of La Belle Époque. The two men enjoy a...

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And Sail to the Australes

24th March

Come aboard the good ship Tuhaa Pae II, which served the Austral Islands for 32 years by ferrying vital food, goods and freight. In Gil Breussail’s...

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Homeland

24th March

When 26-year-old law student Farid (Tewfik Jallab) is asked by his father to go to Algeria and save the family house from demolition, he has no idea what...

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Mademoiselle C

24th March

As one of the most revered doyens of modern fashion, Carine Roitfeld’s tenure as editor-in-chief at Vogue Paris defined a new age of French fashion. With...

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Just A Sigh

24th March

The always brilliant Emmanuelle Devos stars as Alix, a forty-three year old actress en route to Paris for an audition. With a broken mobile phone and a...

TBA

Under the Rainbow

23rd March

Laura (Agathe Bonitzer) has always dreamed of the perfect fairy tale romance. When she meets an aspiring composer, Sandro (Arthur Dupont), she knows...

TBA

Folies Bergere

23rd March

A new comedy starring the fabulous Isabelle Huppert is always worth celebrating, and the Festival is thrilled to present the World Première screenings of...

TBA

Quai D'Orsay

23rd March

A new film by master director Bertrand Tavernier is always a major event, and his scorching political satire, Quai D’Orsay, is no exception. This...

TBA

A Castle in Italy

23rd March

Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi writes, directs and stars in this hypnotic tapestry of family life. Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi plays Louise, an ex-actress struggling...

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Bright Days Ahead

23rd March

Bright Days Ahead is a tender and frank romantic comedy about taking control and enjoying your life at any age – even if it means breaking the rules and...

TBA

The Finishers

23rd March

Wheelchair-bound teenager Julien (Fabien Héraud) is the apple of his mother’s eye, but he yearns for the approval of his brooding and bitter father, Paul...

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Jappeloup

23rd March

Jappeloup is the inspirational true story of one man and his horse, who together achieved one of France’s greatest Olympic victories. This triumphant tale...

TBA

Attila Marcel

23rd March

Until now, Paul’s existence has been sheltered and strange. The thirty-something man has lived all his life in a drab Paris apartment with two aunts and a...

TBA

Turning Tide

23rd March

Turning Tide, a thrilling adventure picture set on the open seas, marks the directorial debut of famed cinematographer, Christophe Offenstein (Blood...

TBA

Populaire

22nd March

This utterly delightful film is a sparkling homage to classic Hollywood romantic comedies. Set in the late 1950s, Populaire's heroine is Rose Pamphyle...

TBA

Venus In Fur

22nd March

Fresh from the confronting Carnage, controversial director Roman Polanski now serves up another delicious provocation with the risqué Venus in Fur. A taut...

TBA

Me Myself And Mum

22nd March

The award-winning actor-writer-director Guillaume Gallienne is a member of the Comédie-Française and a rising star in France. Me, Myself and Mum is a...

TBA

It Boy

22nd March

It Boy takes a hilarious look at sex, ambition and age differences in the glamorous world of Parisian publishing. Beautiful and talented Alice (Virginie...

TBA

Going Away

22nd March

Mistakes from the past come back to haunt three drifting souls from different worlds in the intimate character-driven thriller Going Away. Baptiste...

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Mobius

22nd March

Jean Dujardin, the Oscar-winning star of the multi-academy-award-winning silent movie phenomenon The Artist, exudes dark charisma as a Russian secret...

TBA

Wrestling Queens

22nd March

Seeking to reconnect with the estranged son she had as a teenager, 30-year-old Rose (Marilou Berry) decides to capture his attention by appealing to his...

TBA

Belle et Sebastien

22nd March

The 1960s TV series beloved around the world has been remade for a new generation as a heart-warming family film that deserves to be seen on the big...

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My Mommy Is in America and She Met Buffalo Bill

22nd March

Based on the award-winning graphic novel by writer Jean Regnaud and artist Emile Bravo, My Mommy is in America and She Met Buffalo Bill proves once again...

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Camille Claudel 1915

21st March

The controversial director Bruno Dumont joins forces with the universally lauded Juliette Binoche to produce a searing and devastating cinematic...

TBA

Violette

21st March

Violette follows the compelling story of novelist Violette Leduc (Emmanuelle Devos) and her struggle to find her voice as a writer. Scarred by both a...

TBA

On the Other Side of the Tracks

21st March

On the Other Side of the Tracks is a hilarious, high-octane action comedy about mismatched cops in the grand tradition of Beverly Hills Cop, Lethal Weapon...

TBA

Folies Bergere

21st March

A new comedy starring the fabulous Isabelle Huppert is always worth celebrating, and the Festival is thrilled to present the World Première screenings of...

TBA

The Finishers

21st March

Wheelchair-bound teenager Julien (Fabien Héraud) is the apple of his mother’s eye, but he yearns for the approval of his brooding and bitter father, Paul...

TBA

Mademoiselle C

21st March

As one of the most revered doyens of modern fashion, Carine Roitfeld’s tenure as editor-in-chief at Vogue Paris defined a new age of French fashion. With...

TBA

The 400 Blows

20th March

Hailed as a masterpiece on its 1959 debut, François Truffaut’s purportedly autobiographical The 400 Blows follows a 12-year-old boy, Antoine, as he...

TBA

Populaire

20th March

This utterly delightful film is a sparkling homage to classic Hollywood romantic comedies. Set in the late 1950s, Populaire's heroine is Rose Pamphyle...

TBA

Quai D'Orsay

20th March

A new film by master director Bertrand Tavernier is always a major event, and his scorching political satire, Quai D’Orsay, is no exception. This...

TBA

Belle et Sebastien

20th March

The 1960s TV series beloved around the world has been remade for a new generation as a heart-warming family film that deserves to be seen on the big...

TBA

Our Heroes Died Tonight

20th March

Shot in luminous black and white, Our Heroes Died Tonight is a stylish neo-noir knockout. This ultra hip retro debut for writer-director David Perrault...

TBA

Wrestling Queens

19th March

Seeking to reconnect with the estranged son she had as a teenager, 30-year-old Rose (Marilou Berry) decides to capture his attention by appealing to his...

TBA

Suzanne

19th March

Widely considered one of France’s most exciting young directors, Katell Quillévéré confirms the promise of her debut Love Like Poison with Suzanne, a...

TBA

Friends from France

19th March

Anne Weil moves from editing A Castle in Italy (also showing in this year’s Festival) to make her directorial debut with the powerful political thriller...

TBA

True Friends

19th March

Fifty-something restaurateur Walter (Gérard Lanvin) is obsessed with the truth; he has a pathological aversion to lying. He will not permit an untruth to...

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It Boy

19th March

It Boy takes a hilarious look at sex, ambition and age differences in the glamorous world of Parisian publishing. Beautiful and talented Alice (Virginie...

TBA

Tour De Force

19th March

Family man François Nouel (Clovis Cornillac) is the number one fan of the Tour de France – an obsession that costs him his wife and his job. At a loose...

TBA

La Belle Au Bois Dormant (The Sleeping Beauty) 2014

19th March

The “Ballet of ballets” as Rudolf Nureyev described it; Sleeping Beauty remains one of the jewels in the heritage of dance. First performed in 1890 at the...

TBA

Finally Sunday!

18th March

When Julien (Jean-Louis Trintignant) is accused of murdering his wife and his wife’s lover, his secretary, Barbara (Fanny Ardant) is determined to clear...

TBA

Under the Rainbow

18th March

Laura (Agathe Bonitzer) has always dreamed of the perfect fairy tale romance. When she meets an aspiring composer, Sandro (Arthur Dupont), she knows...

TBA

Populaire

18th March

This utterly delightful film is a sparkling homage to classic Hollywood romantic comedies. Set in the late 1950s, Populaire's heroine is Rose Pamphyle...

TBA

2 Automnes, 3 Hivers

18th March

Thirty-three year old Aman (Vincent Macaigne) decides to start his new life with an evening jog - and literally runs into the love of his life, Amélie...

TBA

Venus In Fur

17th March

Fresh from the confronting Carnage, controversial director Roman Polanski now serves up another delicious provocation with the risqué Venus in Fur. A taut...

TBA

Homeland

17th March

When 26-year-old law student Farid (Tewfik Jallab) is asked by his father to go to Algeria and save the family house from demolition, he has no idea what...

TBA

Domestic Life

17th March

How does a modern woman balance the demands of family and career? Emmanuelle Devos continues her 2013 hot streak with a commanding performance as a...

TBA

Jappeloup

17th March

Jappeloup is the inspirational true story of one man and his horse, who together achieved one of France’s greatest Olympic victories. This triumphant tale...

TBA

Violette

17th March

Violette follows the compelling story of novelist Violette Leduc (Emmanuelle Devos) and her struggle to find her voice as a writer. Scarred by both a...

TBA

It Boy

17th March

It Boy takes a hilarious look at sex, ambition and age differences in the glamorous world of Parisian publishing. Beautiful and talented Alice (Virginie...

TBA

Quai D'Orsay

16th March

A new film by master director Bertrand Tavernier is always a major event, and his scorching political satire, Quai D’Orsay, is no exception. This...

TBA

Turning Tide

16th March

Turning Tide, a thrilling adventure picture set on the open seas, marks the directorial debut of famed cinematographer, Christophe Offenstein (Blood...

TBA

Mobius

16th March

Jean Dujardin, the Oscar-winning star of the multi-academy-award-winning silent movie phenomenon The Artist, exudes dark charisma as a Russian secret...

TBA

Michael Kohlhaas

16th March

The Danish star and Cannes award winner, Mads Mikkelsen, gives a commanding performance in the title role of Michael Kohlhaas, a bloody epic set in feudal...

TBA

Taking Off

16th March

Now that he is approaching the age of 30, Romain has decided it’s time to re-evaluate. For too long he has watched his life drift by without acting on his...

TBA

Cycling with Moliere

16th March

Serge (Fabrice Luchini) is a retired great actor, living as a recluse amid the windswept landscape of the Île de Ré. Gauthier (Lambert Wilson), a fellow...

TBA

Grand Central

16th March

Grand Central is the story of Gary (Tahar Rahim), an aimless and unskilled worker who lands himself a job at a nuclear reactor. Almost immediately he...

TBA

Mademoiselle C

16th March

As one of the most revered doyens of modern fashion, Carine Roitfeld’s tenure as editor-in-chief at Vogue Paris defined a new age of French fashion. With...

TBA

Tour De Force

16th March

Family man François Nouel (Clovis Cornillac) is the number one fan of the Tour de France – an obsession that costs him his wife and his job. At a loose...

TBA

La Belle Au Bois Dormant (The Sleeping Beauty) 2014

14th March

The “Ballet of ballets” as Rudolf Nureyev described it; Sleeping Beauty remains one of the jewels in the heritage of dance. First performed in 1890 at the...

TBA

Attila Marcel

15th March

Until now, Paul’s existence has been sheltered and strange. The thirty-something man has lived all his life in a drab Paris apartment with two aunts and a...

TBA

Folies Bergere

15th March

A new comedy starring the fabulous Isabelle Huppert is always worth celebrating, and the Festival is thrilled to present the World Première screenings of...

TBA

Bright Days Ahead

15th March

Bright Days Ahead is a tender and frank romantic comedy about taking control and enjoying your life at any age – even if it means breaking the rules and...

TBA

Just A Sigh

15th March

The always brilliant Emmanuelle Devos stars as Alix, a forty-three year old actress en route to Paris for an audition. With a broken mobile phone and a...

TBA

Our Heroes Died Tonight

15th March

Shot in luminous black and white, Our Heroes Died Tonight is a stylish neo-noir knockout. This ultra hip retro debut for writer-director David Perrault...

TBA

Friends from France

15th March

Anne Weil moves from editing A Castle in Italy (also showing in this year’s Festival) to make her directorial debut with the powerful political thriller...

TBA

Billy and Buddy

15th March

Billy is a red-coated cocker spaniel waiting for a new master at the pound. Buddy is a young red-headed boy looking for a pet. When they meet it’s the...

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A Castle in Italy

15th March

Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi writes, directs and stars in this hypnotic tapestry of family life. Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi plays Louise, an ex-actress struggling...

TBA

Homeland

15th March

When 26-year-old law student Farid (Tewfik Jallab) is asked by his father to go to Algeria and save the family house from demolition, he has no idea what...

TBA

Venus In Fur

14th March

Fresh from the confronting Carnage, controversial director Roman Polanski now serves up another delicious provocation with the risqué Venus in Fur. A taut...

TBA

Going Away

14th March

Mistakes from the past come back to haunt three drifting souls from different worlds in the intimate character-driven thriller Going Away. Baptiste...

TBA

Me Myself And Mum

14th March

The award-winning actor-writer-director Guillaume Gallienne is a member of the Comédie-Française and a rising star in France. Me, Myself and Mum is a...

TBA

Populaire

14th March

This utterly delightful film is a sparkling homage to classic Hollywood romantic comedies. Set in the late 1950s, Populaire's heroine is Rose Pamphyle...

TBA

The Finishers

14th March

Wheelchair-bound teenager Julien (Fabien Héraud) is the apple of his mother’s eye, but he yearns for the approval of his brooding and bitter father, Paul...

TBA

Wrestling Queens

14th March

Seeking to reconnect with the estranged son she had as a teenager, 30-year-old Rose (Marilou Berry) decides to capture his attention by appealing to his...

TBA

The 400 Blows

13th March

Hailed as a masterpiece on its 1959 debut, François Truffaut’s purportedly autobiographical The 400 Blows follows a 12-year-old boy, Antoine, as he...

TBA

2 Automnes, 3 Hivers

13th March

Thirty-three year old Aman (Vincent Macaigne) decides to start his new life with an evening jog - and literally runs into the love of his life, Amélie...

TBA

Suzanne

13th March

Widely considered one of France’s most exciting young directors, Katell Quillévéré confirms the promise of her debut Love Like Poison with Suzanne, a...

TBA

Quai D'Orsay

13th March

A new film by master director Bertrand Tavernier is always a major event, and his scorching political satire, Quai D’Orsay, is no exception. This...

TBA

Friends from France

13th March

Anne Weil moves from editing A Castle in Italy (also showing in this year’s Festival) to make her directorial debut with the powerful political thriller...

TBA

Folies Bergere

12th March

A new comedy starring the fabulous Isabelle Huppert is always worth celebrating, and the Festival is thrilled to present the World Première screenings of...

TBA

Michael Kohlhaas

12th March

The Danish star and Cannes award winner, Mads Mikkelsen, gives a commanding performance in the title role of Michael Kohlhaas, a bloody epic set in feudal...

TBA

Jappeloup

12th March

Jappeloup is the inspirational true story of one man and his horse, who together achieved one of France’s greatest Olympic victories. This triumphant tale...

TBA

Our Heroes Died Tonight

11th March

Shot in luminous black and white, Our Heroes Died Tonight is a stylish neo-noir knockout. This ultra hip retro debut for writer-director David Perrault...

TBA

Tour De Force

11th March

Family man François Nouel (Clovis Cornillac) is the number one fan of the Tour de France – an obsession that costs him his wife and his job. At a loose...

TBA

Populaire

11th March

This utterly delightful film is a sparkling homage to classic Hollywood romantic comedies. Set in the late 1950s, Populaire's heroine is Rose Pamphyle...

TBA

Camille Claudel 1915

10th March

The controversial director Bruno Dumont joins forces with the universally lauded Juliette Binoche to produce a searing and devastating cinematic...

TBA

Turning Tide

10th March

Turning Tide, a thrilling adventure picture set on the open seas, marks the directorial debut of famed cinematographer, Christophe Offenstein (Blood...

TBA

A Castle in Italy

10th March

Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi writes, directs and stars in this hypnotic tapestry of family life. Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi plays Louise, an ex-actress struggling...

TBA

It Boy

10th March

It Boy takes a hilarious look at sex, ambition and age differences in the glamorous world of Parisian publishing. Beautiful and talented Alice (Virginie...

TBA

Wrestling Queens

10th March

Seeking to reconnect with the estranged son she had as a teenager, 30-year-old Rose (Marilou Berry) decides to capture his attention by appealing to his...

TBA

Cycling with Moliere

10th March

Serge (Fabrice Luchini) is a retired great actor, living as a recluse amid the windswept landscape of the Île de Ré. Gauthier (Lambert Wilson), a fellow...

TBA

Venus In Fur

9th March

Fresh from the confronting Carnage, controversial director Roman Polanski now serves up another delicious provocation with the risqué Venus in Fur. A taut...

TBA

Family Matters

9th March

César Award-winning actor, Pierre Arditi, fresh from his star turn in two 2013 Festival features, You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet! and Granny's Funeral,...

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Finally Sunday!

9th March

When Julien (Jean-Louis Trintignant) is accused of murdering his wife and his wife’s lover, his secretary, Barbara (Fanny Ardant) is determined to clear...

TBA

Domestic Life

9th March

How does a modern woman balance the demands of family and career? Emmanuelle Devos continues her 2013 hot streak with a commanding performance as a...

TBA

2 Automnes, 3 Hivers

9th March

Thirty-three year old Aman (Vincent Macaigne) decides to start his new life with an evening jog - and literally runs into the love of his life, Amélie...

TBA

Camille Claudel 1915

8th March

The controversial director Bruno Dumont joins forces with the universally lauded Juliette Binoche to produce a searing and devastating cinematic...

TBA

On the Other Side of the Tracks

8th March

On the Other Side of the Tracks is a hilarious, high-octane action comedy about mismatched cops in the grand tradition of Beverly Hills Cop, Lethal Weapon...

TBA

Jappeloup

8th March

Jappeloup is the inspirational true story of one man and his horse, who together achieved one of France’s greatest Olympic victories. This triumphant tale...

TBA

Suzanne

8th March

Widely considered one of France’s most exciting young directors, Katell Quillévéré confirms the promise of her debut Love Like Poison with Suzanne, a...

TBA

Mademoiselle C

8th March

As one of the most revered doyens of modern fashion, Carine Roitfeld’s tenure as editor-in-chief at Vogue Paris defined a new age of French fashion. With...

TBA

Jules and Jim

8th March

This landmark film tells the story of two friends, Jules (Oskar Werner) and Jim (Henri Serre) in the whirlwind era of La Belle Époque. The two men enjoy a...

TBA

Under the Rainbow

8th March

Laura (Agathe Bonitzer) has always dreamed of the perfect fairy tale romance. When she meets an aspiring composer, Sandro (Arthur Dupont), she knows...

TBA

Kirikou and the Men and Women

8th March

Visionary animator Michel Ocelot collaborates with studio Mac Guff Ligne, of Minuscule fame, in this captivating third instalment of Kirikou’s adventures....

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Tour De Force

7th March

Family man François Nouel (Clovis Cornillac) is the number one fan of the Tour de France – an obsession that costs him his wife and his job. At a loose...

TBA

Just A Sigh

7th March

The always brilliant Emmanuelle Devos stars as Alix, a forty-three year old actress en route to Paris for an audition. With a broken mobile phone and a...

TBA

Taking Off

7th March

Now that he is approaching the age of 30, Romain has decided it’s time to re-evaluate. For too long he has watched his life drift by without acting on his...

TBA

It Boy

7th March

It Boy takes a hilarious look at sex, ambition and age differences in the glamorous world of Parisian publishing. Beautiful and talented Alice (Virginie...

TBA

Going Away

7th March

Mistakes from the past come back to haunt three drifting souls from different worlds in the intimate character-driven thriller Going Away. Baptiste...

TBA

Quai D'Orsay

7th March

A new film by master director Bertrand Tavernier is always a major event, and his scorching political satire, Quai D’Orsay, is no exception. This...

TBA

Mozart's Don Giovanni from The Royal Opera

5th March

Mozart’s sublime tragic comedy offers boundless scope for directors, and Kasper Holten has chosen it to follow his directorial debut of Eugene Onegin....

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Mozart's Don Giovanni from The Royal Opera

28th February

Mozart’s sublime tragic comedy offers boundless scope for directors, and Kasper Holten has chosen it to follow his directorial debut of Eugene Onegin....

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Bellini's I Puritani from Opéra National de Paris

26th February

Bellini's final masterpiece, I Puritani set in 17th century Plymouth, England is a tale of impossible love between puritan Elvira and royalist Arturo, in...

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Bellini's I Puritani from Opéra National de Paris

21st February

Bellini's final masterpiece, I Puritani set in 17th century Plymouth, England is a tale of impossible love between puritan Elvira and royalist Arturo, in...

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Giselle from the Royal Ballet

19th February

Starring Carlos Acosta and Natalia Osipova, this tale of human passions and supernatural forces is one of the most enchanting ballets of all time,...

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Giselle from the Royal Ballet

14th February

Starring Carlos Acosta and Natalia Osipova, this tale of human passions and supernatural forces is one of the most enchanting ballets of all time,...

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Giselle from the Royal Ballet

14th February

Starring Carlos Acosta and Natalia Osipova, this tale of human passions and supernatural forces is one of the most enchanting ballets of all time,...

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Wagner's Parsifal - The Royal Opera

12th February

A new production of Parsifal, Wagner’s huge, profound meditation on guilt, death and possible redemption, is always a remarkable event. This one, directed...

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Wagner's Parsifal - The Royal Opera

7th February

A new production of Parsifal, Wagner’s huge, profound meditation on guilt, death and possible redemption, is always a remarkable event. This one, directed...

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Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker from Royal Ballet

5th February

A young girl’s enchanted present leads her on a wonderful adventure in this classic ballet accompanied by Tchaikovsky’s glittering score. From the very...

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The Nutcracker from The Royal Ballet

31st January

Palace BarracksFriday 31 January 11:00amSaturday 1 February 1:00pmSunday 2 February 1:00pmWednesday 5 February 11:00amThe Royal Ballet’s production of THE...

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The Nutcracker from The Royal Ballet

31st January

Palace BarracksFriday 31 January 11:00amSaturday 1 February 1:00pmSunday 2 February 1:00pmWednesday 5 February 11:00amThe Royal Ballet’s production of THE...

$15

The Nutcracker from The Royal Ballet

31st January

Palace BarracksFriday 31 January 11:00amSaturday 1 February 1:00pmSunday 2 February 1:00pmWednesday 5 February 11:00amThe Royal Ballet’s production of THE...

$15

The Nutcracker from The Royal Ballet

31st January

Palace BarracksFriday 31 January 11:00amSaturday 1 February 1:00pmSunday 2 February 1:00pmWednesday 5 February 11:00amThe Royal Ballet’s production of THE...

$15

Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker from Royal Ballet

31st January

A young girl’s enchanted present leads her on a wonderful adventure in this classic ballet accompanied by Tchaikovsky’s glittering score. From the very...

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Freebirds

23rd January

Two turkeys from opposite sides of the tracks must put aside their differences and team up to travel back in time to change the course of history - and...

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Frozen

23rd January

A prophecy traps a kingdom in eternal winter, so Anna must team up with Kristoff, a daring mountain man, on the grandest of journeys to find the Snow...

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Her

23rd January

Written and directed by Spike Jonze, HER is set in Los Angeles, in the near future and follows Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix), a complex, soulful man...

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Inside Llewyn Davis

23rd January

INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS follows a week in the life of a young folk singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961. Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac)...

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Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

23rd January

Based on the CIA analyst created by espionage master Tom Clancy, JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT is a blistering action thriller that follows Ryan (Chris Pine,...

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Philomena

23rd January

PHILOMENA, directed by Stephen Frears (The Queen, Dangerous Liaisons), is the true story of one mother's search for her lost son. Falling pregnant as a...

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Saving Mr. Banks

23rd January

Two-time Academy Award®–winner Emma Thompson and fellow double Oscar®-winner Tom Hanks topline Disney’s SAVING MR. BANKS, inspired by the extraordinary,...

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The Book Thief

23rd January

Based on the beloved international bestselling book, THE BOOK THIEF tells the story of Liesel (Sophie Nelisse, Monsieur Lazhar), an extraordinary and...

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The Great Beauty

23rd January

One of the most spectacular and talked-about films of the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, THE GREAT BEAUTY is Paolo Sorrentino’s powerful and evocative tale of...

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The Railway Man

23rd January

Eric Lomax was one of thousands of Allied prisoners of war forced to work on the construction of the Thai/Burma railway during WW2. His experiences, after...

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The Wolf Of Wall Street

23rd January

Revered filmmaker Martin Scorsese directs the true story of New York stockbroker Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio). From the American dream to corporate...

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The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug

16th January

The Dwarves, Bilbo and Gandalf have successfully escaped the Misty Mountains, and Bilbo has gained the One Ring. They all continue their journey to get...

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American Hustle

16th January

A fictional film set in the alluring world of one of the most stunning scandals to rock our nation, AMERICAN HUSTLE tells the story of brilliant con man...

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Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

16th January

With the 70's behind him, San Diego's top rated newsman, Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell), returns to the news desk in ANCHORMAN 2: THE LEGEND CONTINUES. Also...

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August: Osage County

16th January

AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY tells the dark, hilarious and deeply touching story of the strong-willed women of the Weston family; whose lives have diverged until...

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Freebirds

16th January

Two turkeys from opposite sides of the tracks must put aside their differences and team up to travel back in time to change the course of history - and...

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Frozen

16th January

A prophecy traps a kingdom in eternal winter, so Anna must team up with Kristoff, a daring mountain man, on the grandest of journeys to find the Snow...

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Her

16th January

Written and directed by Spike Jonze, HER is set in Los Angeles, in the near future and follows Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix), a complex, soulful man...

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Inside Llewyn Davis

16th January

INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS follows a week in the life of a young folk singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961. Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac)...

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Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

16th January

Based on the CIA analyst created by espionage master Tom Clancy, JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT is a blistering action thriller that follows Ryan (Chris Pine,...

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Philomena

16th January

PHILOMENA, directed by Stephen Frears (The Queen, Dangerous Liaisons), is the true story of one mother's search for her lost son. Falling pregnant as a...

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Saving Mr. Banks

16th January

Two-time Academy Award®–winner Emma Thompson and fellow double Oscar®-winner Tom Hanks topline Disney’s SAVING MR. BANKS, inspired by the extraordinary,...

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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

16th January

Ben Stiller directs and stars in THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY, James Thurber's classic story of a day-dreamer who escapes his anonymous life by...

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The Book Thief

16th January

Based on the beloved international bestselling book, THE BOOK THIEF tells the story of Liesel (Sophie Nelisse, Monsieur Lazhar), an extraordinary and...

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The Gilded Cage

16th January

Writer/director Ruben Alves’ enormously charming, semi-autobiographical Parisian comedy is the story of a loving, hardworking married couple whose...

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The Railway Man

16th January

Eric Lomax was one of thousands of Allied prisoners of war forced to work on the construction of the Thai/Burma railway during WW2. His experiences, after...

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Verdi's AIDA from Opéra National de Paris

20th December

This opera, intended as a celebration of universal concord and harmony between nations with all the pomp and ceremony appropriate to such solemn...

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Opéra National de Paris presents AIDA

20th December

SCREENING NATIONALLY IN CINEMAS ACROSS AUSTRALIA!Verdi fans will be treated this December with a new production of AIDA performed by the Opra National de...

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Verdi's Les Vêpres siciliennes from The Royal Opera

4th December

The Royal Opera presents Verdi’s grand opera Les Vêpres siciliennes. In this major new production, Sir Antonio Pappano conducts a star cast that includes...

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Verdi's Les Vêpres siciliennes from The Royal Opera

29th November

The Royal Opera presents Verdi’s grand opera Les Vêpres siciliennes. In this major new production, Sir Antonio Pappano conducts a star cast that includes...

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Matterhorn

24th November

Winner of the Audience Award at the Rotterdam International Film Festival, Dutch picture Matterhorn is a tragicomic story, so bizarre its reminiscent of...

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The Major

24th November

Written, directed, edited, composed and starring Russian filmmaker Yuri Bykov, The Major is the second film from the multi-talented 32 year old. Set over...

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Sapi

24th November

In storm-ravaged, claustrophobic Manila, two TV news stations find themselves in a desperate race to break the story of a woman possessed by Satan. As...

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Manuscripts Don't Burn

24th November

The recipient of the FIPRESCI prize at this years Cannes Film Festival, this latest work from Mohammad Rasoulof (Goodbye) is a personal gesture of...

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The Lala Road

24th November

A powerful documentary about women who want to love who they choose and be loved for who they are.

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Photocopier

24th November

Office romance takes on a whole new meaning in this story about impossible love.

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Ngurrumbang

24th November

Set in 1850s rural New South Wales, a defiant young girl tries to help an injured Aboriginal boy, only to lead him towards danger.

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Tau Seru

24th November

In this beautifully crafted Cannes selected film, a young nomadic sheep herder desires to see the world beyond the vastness of the Himalayas.

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The Square

24th November

Chronicling the unrest and revolution in Cairo, as well as the struggle to regain control in the aftermath, Jehane Noujaims (Control Room) The Square is...

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Goltzius And The Pelican Company

23rd November

In the late 16th century, Dutch painter Hendrick Goltzius (a contemporary of Rembrandt) and his performing troupe petition the local lord for the funds to...

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Manuscripts Don't Burn

23rd November

The recipient of the FIPRESCI prize at this years Cannes Film Festival, this latest work from Mohammad Rasoulof (Goodbye) is a personal gesture of...

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Michael H - Profession: Director

23rd November

With two Palmes dOr from Cannes, an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and an unbroken string of critical successes stretching back over 15...

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The Past

23rd November

Director Asghar Farhadis follow up to his Oscar-winning The Separation, is an absorbing tale of a woman trying to deny her misfortunate life choices. In...

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Khumba 3D

23rd November

Teenage Khumba (Jake T. Austin) knows hes like every other zebra; its just that hes missing half his stripes. But the herd fears him and when the rains...

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For No Good Reason

23rd November

Most well known for his iconic work with the late Hunter S. Thompson, Ralph Steadman is one of the worlds most distinctive illustrators. Combining the...

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Shanghai Stranger

22nd November

Shanghai as China's fastest growing city is at once fascinating and bewildering, especially for a middle class married woman caught up between material...

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Omar

22nd November

Honoured with an Un Certain Regard prize at Cannes this year, Omar is the incendiary and confronting new film from celebrated Palestinian director Hany...

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The Grandmaster

22nd November

Opening the Berlin Film Festival, this is not just another action film about Ip Man, Bruce Lees master. Hong Kong auteur Wong Kar-wai sees Ip (Tony Leung)...

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Don Jon

22nd November

Written, directed and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Don Jon is a mischievous look at porn and its effect on intimacy for modern day American, Don...

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International Shorts 2

22nd November

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Junkyard

22nd November

Robbed, stabbed and left for dead, memories of a darker life flash before a mans eyes. Warning, frequent use of flash animation.

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In Bloom

22nd November

Official Oscar submission (Georgia) and winner of the Firebird Prize (Hong Kong International Film Festival), this semi-autobiography from co-director...

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Remember?

22nd November

Two close friends reminisce about the defining moments and choices that led them to this day.

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Safe

22nd November

Winner of the Cannes Palme dOr, Safe packs a punch as a young female student tries to escape a gambling house, only to find herself in too safe a place.

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Sweet Rabbit

22nd November

When a woman discovers she has developed rabbit ears, she begins to find her true self.

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Dirty Wars

22nd November

Jeremy Scahill teams with director Richard Rowley to uncover covert operations sanctioned by the Obama administration. In the spotlight is the Joint...

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The Major

21st November

Written, directed, edited, composed and starring Russian filmmaker Yuri Bykov, The Major is the second film from the multi-talented 32 year old. Set over...

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Our Sunhi

21st November

Winner of Best Director at the Locarno Film Festival, Our Sunhi is the latest film from the prolific hero of the South Korean new wave, Hong Sang-soo (In...

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Howards End

21st November

Winner of three Academy Awards including Best Actress for Emma Thompson, this piercing social satire critiques the hypocrisy of the Edwardian Era by...

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Jury

21st November

A film festival jury struggles to nominate the winner: Busan International Film Festival founder Kim Dong-ho's over-a-decade experience as festival...

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The Darkside

21st November

For the Aboriginal people of this land, Australia is a country rich in the ghosts of ancestors. Caught between reality and a world of spirits and demons,...

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Nobody's Daughter Haewon

21st November

Pretty and listless, film student Haewon drifts from one empty relationship to another, searching for something she cant quite define. Abandoned by her...

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Starlet

20th November

Raking in awards across the international film festival circuit, this standout American indie from rising writer-director Sean Baker is an astutely drawn...

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Foxfire

20th November

Idealism collides with reality in Palme dOr winner Laurent Cantets (The Class), Foxfire. Adapted from the Joyce Carol Oates novel, Foxfire takes its name...

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Seduced and Abandoned

20th November

Alec Baldwin and filmmaker James Toback are on a mission: to remake Bernardo Bertoluccis legendary 1972 film Last Tango in Paris by setting it in Iraq in...

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Roxanne

20th November

Charlie CD Bales is a hot-tempered, acrobatic fire chief, admired and feared by the folk in his all-American town. The only impediment to his happiness is...

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The Golden Bowl

20th November

One of the most thematically ambitious and visually ravishing films Merchant Ivory ever made, this sumptuous adaptation of Henry Jamess revered novel is...

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Heat and Dust

20th November

An adaptation of Ruth Prawer Jhabvalas Booker Prize-winning novel, Heat and Dust screened in competition at Cannes in 1983. Olivia (Greta Scacchi) has a...

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The Punk Singer

19th November

As soon as she took to the mic calling Girls to the front! Kathleen Hannas voice was one that demanded attention. The pioneer of the Riot grrrl movement...

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The Landing

19th November

A man returns to his childhood farm on a mission to unearth the horrifying truth of what landed there in the summer of 1960.

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The Hunter

19th November

When an Aboriginal hunter and his true love journey through ominous sacred lands, the pair finds themselves faced with an ancient mythical creature.

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Maiden

19th November

In the far outer suburbs of Brisbane a grey hound trainer puts his familys money on the line with a plan to win big.

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Shortchanged

19th November

A young pregnant Aboriginal woman is faced with a pitfall of challenges as the identity of the babys father is brought into question.

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Old Mate

19th November

A teenage boy tries to impress his idols by stealing a rifle from an elderly man. When the plan goes pear-shaped the boy must face up to his actions.

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A Tale of Longing

19th November

This delicate, hand-painted film charts a collection of journeys both real and imagined.

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Paradise: Hope

18th November

Overweight 13 year old Melanie has been sent to fat camp for the summer. Anxious and insecure, yet afire with the first glimmerings of sexuality, she...

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Last Orders

18th November

When Jack (Michael Caine) dies, he leaves his three oldest friends and drinking buddies Vic (Tom Courtenay), Ray (Bob Hoskins) and Lenny (David Hemmings)...

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Labor Day

17th November

Award winning director Jason Reitmans (Up in the Air, Juno) first foray into drama left few dry eyes in the house when it screened at the Telluride and...

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The Square

17th November

Chronicling the unrest and revolution in Cairo, as well as the struggle to regain control in the aftermath, Jehane Noujaims (Control Room) The Square is...

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Paradise: Faith

17th November

The second film in Ulrich Seidls uncompromising and masterful Paradise trilogy, Paradise: Faith focuses on Anna Maria, a devout Catholic evangelist, whose...

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The Spirit Of '45

17th November

As Britain rebuilt in the wake of World War II, a landslide victory to Clement Attlees Labour party saw universal healthcare, workers rights and social...

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Stephen Sondheim's Merrily we Roll Along

16th November

Currently playing at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London's West End -Triple Olivier Award-winner Maria Friedman makes a thrilling directorial debut with...

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Mistaken For Strangers

16th November

As indie rock darlings The National were about to embark on the biggest tour of their career, lead singer Matt Berninger invited his younger brother, Tom...

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The Dance Of Reality

16th November

For his long-awaited return, Jodorowsky bring us the most personal film of his career a kind of magical-realist memoir of growing up under the shadow of a...

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Paradise: Love

16th November

Winner of Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress at the Venice Film Festival, Paradise: Love is the gripping and discomforting first chapter in the...

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The Missing Picture

16th November

Winner of the Un Certain Regard section at Cannes Film Festival. Cambodian-French director Rithy Panh was thirteen years old when the Khmer Rouge captured...

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Fallen City

16th November

In his feature film debut, documentarian Qi Zhao (executive producer on Last Train Home) offers an intimate, moving and humane portrait of this fallen...

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The Remains of The Day

16th November

Set prior to World War II in a stately English manor, an emotionally distant butler (Anthony Hopkins) and an outspoken yet passionate housekeeper (Emma...

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Eileen Pratt

16th November

Eileen lives a life of solitude. Disconnected from the rest of the world she longs for human interaction but is haunted by her past. When tragedy strikes,...

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Ghost Train

16th November

An elderly man struggling to cope with his wife's dementia visits Draculas theatre restaurant, where he becomes captivated by a young actress.

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Man on Earth

16th November

How does man confront one of lifes greatest challenges? Is laughter the best cure for loneliness?

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My Sweet Pepper Land

16th November

Saddam has fallen and its peacetime in the Kurdish capital of Erbil. Feeling of no use at work, war hero Baran finds himself at odds with his job as...

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The Exorcist

15th November

Adapted from William Peter Blattys novel, William Friedkins 1973 Academy award-winning film is about a 12 year old girl possessed by the devil and a...

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Story of My Death

15th November

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Like Father, Like Son

15th November

Winner of the Jury Prize at this years Cannes, Like Father, Like Son is the latest opus from Japanese master Hirokazu Koreeda (After Life, Still Walking)...

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Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf's

15th November

Few names in the fashion world are as revered as Bergdorf Goodman. For more than a century, this Manhattan luxury department store has set the bar for...

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Only Lovers Left Alive

15th November

Idiosyncratic indie filmmaker Jim Jarmusch (Dead Man, Ghost Dog) returns with an unconventional tale of undying love between two centuries-old bohemian...

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Flytopia

15th November

Surreal symbiosis as a man forms a pact with his insect inhabitants only to find himself in various heated and sticky situations. This warped Will Self...

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Honk If You're Horny

15th November

Dangerous driving, dirty jokes and a good dose of morality - just a typical cab ride from hell.

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International Shorts 1

15th November

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The Prank

15th November

On New Years Eve in a remote village, a young boy finds himself challenged by some new friends and their old-fashioned antics.

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The Sardine Tin

15th November

Confusing her fantasies with reality, a tiny mermaid tries to seduce a gruff fisherman.

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Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams

15th November

Directed by Nicks herself, along with album co-producer and Eurythmics member Dave Stewart, Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams provides an intimate insight into...

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The Punk Singer

14th November

As soon as she took to the mic calling Girls to the front! Kathleen Hannas voice was one that demanded attention. The pioneer of the Riot grrrl movement...

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A Hijacking

14th November

When a Danish freighter is hijacked by Somali pirates in the Indian Ocean, a $15 million ransom is demanded for its safe passage. Going against protocol,...

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Room With A View

14th November

Winner of three Oscars, including Adapted Screenplay for Jhabvala, A Room With A View catapulted Merchant Ivory onto the world stage. While travelling in...

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The Railway Man

13th November

1942. Tens of thousands of brave young soldiers become prisoners of war when Japanese forces overrun Singapore. Churchill calls it "the greatest disaster...

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Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams

13th November

Directed by Nicks herself, along with album co-producer and Eurythmics member Dave Stewart, Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams provides an intimate insight into...

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Don Quixote from The Royal Ballet

13th November

The adventures of Cervantes’ bumbling knight have been the inspiration for many ballets, best known of which is Marius Petipa’s Don Quixote. With music by...

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Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf's

12th November

Few names in the fashion world are as revered as Bergdorf Goodman. For more than a century, this Manhattan luxury department store has set the bar for...

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Filth

11th November

Unlike any role weve seen him in before, McAvoy plays corrupt Scottish Detective Sergeant Bruce Robertson. Responsible for investigating a racially...

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Flashback: The Goonies

9th November

A group of misfit kids embark on a wild adventure as they search for buried treasure. Along the way they meet an outlaw brood who have a hideously...

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Don Quixote from The Royal Ballet

8th November

The adventures of Cervantes’ bumbling knight have been the inspiration for many ballets, best known of which is Marius Petipa’s Don Quixote. With music by...

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Flashback: Wizard of Oz

2nd November

Dorothy Gale is swept away to a magical land in a tornado and embarks on a quest to see the magical Wizard who can help her return home.

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Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa

31st October

Alan Gordon Partridge first came to prominence over twenty years ago, as a sports reporter on the BBC's current affairs radio show, 'On The Hour'. Since...

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Flashback: Labyrinth

26th October

15-year-old Sarah accidentally wishes her baby half-brother, Toby, away to the Goblin King Jareth who will keep Toby if Sarah does not complete his...

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Rush

16th October

From two-time Oscar winning director Ron Howard, RUSH portrays the exhilarating true story of one of the greatest rivals Formula 1 racing has ever...

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Gravity

16th October

Dr. Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) is a brilliant medical engineer on her first shuttle mission, with veteran astronaut Matt Kowalsky (George Clooney). But...

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Stories We Tell

16th October

One of the most heralded films of the 2012 Venice and Toronto Film Festivals, Academy Award nominee Sarah Polley’s extraordinary STORIES WE TELL is a...

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About Time

17th October

At the age of 21, Tim Lake (Domhnall Gleeson) discovers he can travel in time… The night after another unsatisfactory New Year party, Tim’s father (Bill...

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Blue Jasmine

16th October

After everything in her life falls to pieces, including her marriage to wealthy businessman Hal, elegant New York socialite Jasmine (Cate Blanchett) moves...

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Diana

16th October

Celebrated and adored by millions, she was the Queen of people's hearts, yet the bittersweet story of the last man to truly capture hers has never before...

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Prisoners

17th October

From Alcon Entertainment comes PRISONERS, a Warner Bros. Pictures release starring Oscar® nominees Hugh Jackman (Les Misérables) and Jake Gyllenhaal...

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Turbo

19th October

A freak accident might just help an everyday garden snail achieve his biggest dream: winning the Indy 500.

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Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa

18th October

Alan Gordon Partridge first came to prominence over twenty years ago, as a sports reporter on the BBC's current affairs radio show, 'On The Hour'. Since...

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Flashback: Ghostbusters

19th October

Three unemployed paranormal investigators set up shop in New York City as a unique ghost removal service.

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Children of Paradise

4th April

Consistently hailed as the greatest French film of all time, Children Of Paradise finally returns to the big screen in a stunning, newly restored version....

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Alliance Francaise French Film Festival 2013

14th March

The 24th annual Alliance Française French Film Festival will return to Palace Cinemas in 2013 with a mouth-watering selection of Gallic fare,...

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A Gang Story

3rd April

Based on the memoirs of real-life gangster Edmond "Momon" Vidal, this fourth film from French policeman-turned-director Olivier Marchal is an action...

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After May

1st April

Following the internationally acclaimed Summer Hours and Carlos, the Festival is thrilled to premiere celebrated master Olivier Assayas' After May, a...

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A Lady in Paris

1st April

Jeanne Moreau, a living legend of French Cinema, is as charismatic as ever in this beautiful and moving film about age, loss and love. The film begins...

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Ernest and Celestine

31st March

Ernest & Celestine is a beautifully crafted children’s film based on the beloved books by Belgian author Gabrielle Vincent. It tells the story of Ernest,...

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After May

30th March

Following the internationally acclaimed Summer Hours and Carlos, the Festival is thrilled to premiere celebrated master Olivier Assayas' After May, a...

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Farewell, My Queen

30th March

It is 1789 - the eve of the French Revolution in the Court of Versailles. When news of the storming of the Bastille reaches the nobles, they all flee with...

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Asterix and Obelix in Britain

30th March

Those indomitable Gauls are back for more fun in the fourth instalment of the popular Asterix series. It is 50 BC and the Roman Empire has its sights set...

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Another Woman’s Life

29th March

Audience favourite and Oscar winner Juliette Binoche stars in this charm-filled romantic comedy about second chances. Twentysomething Marie (Binoche)...

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Camille Rewinds

29th March

Camille Rewinds is a hilarious flashback fairy-tale, reminiscent of Frances Ford Coppola’s Peggy Sue Got Married. It asks, what would happen if we could...

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A Lady in Paris

26th March

Jeanne Moreau, a living legend of French Cinema, is as charismatic as ever in this beautiful and moving film about age, loss and love. The film begins...

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After May

24th March

Following the internationally acclaimed Summer Hours and Carlos, the Festival is thrilled to premiere celebrated master Olivier Assayas' After May, a...

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Another Woman’s Life

22nd March

Audience favourite and Oscar winner Juliette Binoche stars in this charm-filled romantic comedy about second chances. Twentysomething Marie (Binoche)...

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Camille Rewinds

23rd March

Camille Rewinds is a hilarious flashback fairy-tale, reminiscent of Frances Ford Coppola’s Peggy Sue Got Married. It asks, what would happen if we could...

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Ernest and Celestine

16th March

Ernest & Celestine is a beautifully crafted children’s film based on the beloved books by Belgian author Gabrielle Vincent. It tells the story of Ernest,...

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A Lady in Paris

19th March

Jeanne Moreau, a living legend of French Cinema, is as charismatic as ever in this beautiful and moving film about age, loss and love. The film begins...

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After May

22nd March

Following the internationally acclaimed Summer Hours and Carlos, the Festival is thrilled to premiere celebrated master Olivier Assayas' After May, a...

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Another Woman’s Life

20th March

Audience favourite and Oscar winner Juliette Binoche stars in this charm-filled romantic comedy about second chances. Twentysomething Marie (Binoche)...

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After May

19th March

Following the internationally acclaimed Summer Hours and Carlos, the Festival is thrilled to premiere celebrated master Olivier Assayas' After May, a...

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Augustine

17th March

In 19th century Paris, ambitious Professor Charcot (Vincent Lindon) is known as the “Napoleon of the neuroses” at the Pitié-Salpêtriere Hospital. Charcot...

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Another Woman’s Life

17th March

Audience favourite and Oscar winner Juliette Binoche stars in this charm-filled romantic comedy about second chances. Twentysomething Marie (Binoche)...

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After May

16th March

Following the internationally acclaimed Summer Hours and Carlos, the Festival is thrilled to premiere celebrated master Olivier Assayas' After May, a...

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Haute Cuisine

16th March

The world of Hortense Laborie (Catherine Frot), a successful chef in Périgord, is tipped upside down when she is appointed as personal cook for the...

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A Lady in Paris

16th March

Jeanne Moreau, a living legend of French Cinema, is as charismatic as ever in this beautiful and moving film about age, loss and love. The film begins...

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Another Woman’s Life

15th March

Audience favourite and Oscar winner Juliette Binoche stars in this charm-filled romantic comedy about second chances. Twentysomething Marie (Binoche)...

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Palace Opera & Ballet presents Doctor Faustus

2nd November

Completing the Globe’s cinema season is a spectacular production of Christopher Marlowe’s tragedy DOCTOR FAUSTUS, directed by Matthew Dunster. The...

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Palace Opera & Ballet présents Much Ado About Nothing

19th October

Palace Opera Ballet presents Much Ado About Nothing inconjunction with Shakespeare's Globe.Screening for a limited season on Oct 19, 20, 21...

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Lavazza Italian Film Festival 2012

3rd October

Indulge your senses at the 13th annual LAVAZZA ITALIAN FILM FESTIVAL presented by Palace Cinemas with the proud support of Lavazza, the ‘numero uno’...

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Palace Opera & Ballet and the Lavazza Italian Film Festival presents Opera On Ice

5th October

Palace Opera Ballet presents Opera On Ice for the first time from Verona Arena in the city where Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet fell in love...Playing as...

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Palace Opera & Ballet presents All's Well That Ends Well from Shakespeare's Globe

28th September

Palace Opera Ballet presents All's Well That Ends Well inconjunction with Shakespeare's Globe. Screening for a limited season on Sep 28, 29, 30 Oct...

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Palace Opera and Ballet - The Cunning Little Vixen

14th September

Palace Opera Ballet presents The Cunning Little Vixen inconjunction with Glyndebourne. Perhaps the only opera to be inspired by a newspaper cartoon strip,...

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Palace Opera & Ballet - La Fille Mal Gardee at Palace Barracks

1st June

Palace Opera Ballet presents La Fille Mal Garde at Palace BarracksWith its origins in a work first seen in Bordeaux in 1789, La Fille mal garde has been...

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Film The Lady

30th April

IWDA invites you to a film screening of The Lady. Join us for a special screening of The Lady;the extraordinary and epic true story of Burmese political...

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Palace Opera & Ballet - Romeo and Juliet at the Palace Barracks

13th April

Palace Opera & Ballet presents Romeo and Juliet at the Palace Barracks.Romeo and Juliet was Kenneth MacMillan's first full-evening ballet, and, from its...

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Palace Opera & Ballet - Il Trittico at the Palace Barracks

9th March

Palace Opera & Ballet presents Il Trittico at Palace Barracks.This is The Royal Opera's first complete presentation of Puccini's Il trittico since...

Palace Opera & Ballet - Don Giovanni at the Barracks

10th February

Palace Opera & Ballet presents Don Giovanni at Palace BarracksGöran Järvefelt's 1991 Don Giovanni is a stylish, timeless production, and although many...

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Palace Opera & Ballet - The Sleeping Beauty at Palace Barracks

27th January

Palace Opera & Ballet presents The Sleeping Beauty at Palace BarracksFirst staged in St Petersburg in 1890, The Sleeping Beauty is the pinnacle of...

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Palace Opera & Ballet - Cendrillon at Palace Barracks

6th January

Palace Opera & Ballet presents Cendrillon at Palace BarracksFor the first time ever, The Royal Opera presents the story of Cinderella as told in...

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Palace Opera & Ballet - Tosca at Palace Barracks

16th December

Palace Opera & Ballet presents Tosca at Palace Barracks.Powerful music, a gripping story and a tragic end: Puccini's ever-popular Tosca performed at the...

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Palace Opera and Ballet - Lakme Screening at Palace Barracks Cinemas

2nd December

Palace Opera & Ballet presents Lakme inconjunction with CinemaLive and Opera Australia.This production is a masterpiece of scenic art, inspired by...

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Palace Cinemas presents the Lavazza Italian Film Festival 2011 at Palace Barracks & Centro

5th October

The oh so seductive charms of Italy are set to beguile us once again, when Palace presents the 12th annual LAVAZZA ITALIAN FILM FESTIVAL in Brisbane from...

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Palace Opera & Ballet - La Bohème at Palace Barracks

14th October

Palace Opera & Ballet presents La Bohème at Palace BarracksOpera Australia presents a brand new production of Puccini's La Bohème from director Gale...

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Palace Opera & Ballet - The Mikado at Palace Barracks Cinemas

12th August

Palace Opera & Ballet presents Opera Australia production of The MikadoOpera Australia's very own version of Gilbert and Sullivan's Japanese fantasy is...

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Palace Opera and Ballet - Macbeth at Palace Barracks

1st July

Palace Opera and Ballet presents the Royal Opera House production of MacbethMusic: Giuseppe Verdi Conductor: Antonio Pappano Director: Phyllida LloydSimon...

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Palace Opera and Ballet - Encore Screening of Cosi Fan Tutte at Palace Barracks

10th June

The Royal Opera House Presents Cosi Fan TutteA great audience favourite – both in opera and in its production, this great comedy with an edge brings a...

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Palace Opera and Ballet - Giselle at Palace Barracks

25th March

Royal Ballet presents Giselle Music: Adolphe Adam. Choreography: Marius Petipa after Jean Coralli & Jules Perrot Giselle is one of the most influential of...

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Don Giovanni

10th February

CinemaLive, Opera Australia and Sydney Opera House are excited to announce the return of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s renowned opera, Don Giovanni that has...

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Palace Opera and Ballet - Die Walkure at Palace Barracks Cinemas

11th February

Bayreuth Festival presents Die Walkure MUSIC: Richard Wagner. CONDUCTOR: ChristianThielemann Die Walküre is the second of the four operasthat comprise...

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Palace Opera and Ballet - Fidelio at Palace Barracks

10th December

Zurich Opera presents… Music: Ludwig van Beethoven Conductor: Bernard Haitink | Fidelio is the story of heroine, Leonore, who disguises herself as a boy,...

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Palace Opera and Ballet - Rigoletto at Palace Barracks

3rd December

Opera Australia presents Music: Giuseppe Verdi Conductor: Giovanni Reggioli Elijah Moshinsky's production of Verdi's Rigoletto is one of Opera Australia's...

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Palace Opera and Ballet 2010/11 - Cosi fan tutte at Palace Barracks Cinemas

19th November

From The Royal Opera House comes Cosi fan tutte Music Woifgang Amadeus Mozart. Conductor: Thomas Hengelbrock A great audience favourite both in opera and...

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The Marriage of Figaro - Palace Opera & Ballet 2010/2011 at Palace Barracks

15th October

Screens for an exclusive limited season Oct 15 11.30am, Oct16 & 17 at 1pm & Oct 20 at 6.30pm. Tickets on sale soon. For enquiries phone 07 3367 1954 Opera...

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