BYO Culture Guide March 11 - 17

Let’s check out the most outlandish and wild new theatre in Sydney this week. Get a glimpse of some new productions at some of the most exciting and reputable theatres in Sydney.


Jess and Joe Forever by Zoe Cooper

A story about growing up, fitting in, secrets and even love. This is a play that shares important insights on friendship and what that means. A coming of age story showing what it means to belong somewhere when you don’t really belong anywhere.

March 13 - 30

https://belvoir.com.au/25a/jess-and-joe-forever/
Belvoir St Theatre
25 Belvoir St, Surry Hills


SLURP!

The latest in PACT’s salon series of one night festivals, SLURP! Conndcts with audiences across all senses. Curated by Carla Zimbla and Mikaela Stafford, the program looks both inwards and outwards as audiences grapple with the environment the curators place them in.

March 16

http://www.pact.net.au/whats-on/2019/3/16/pact-salon-slurp
PACT
107 Railway Parade, Erskineville


Wrath

A satirical rollercoaster, teetering on the edge of going off the rails. This subversive piece of theatre promises to attack the powers that influence us in a fantastically dark way.

March 10 - 22

https://www.jackrabbittheatre.com/wrath/
KXT bAKEHOUSE
Level 2, 244-248 William Street, Potts Point


Don’t Squeeze The Scene Festival

In an attempt to combat the government shutting down some of New South Wales best festivals, a new pop up festival has appeared. Celebrate the power of live performance at this new festival. More information to come!

March 23

https://www.facebook.com/events/481757125687022/