Some shows, such as a series of concerts at Brett Whiteley Studio in Surry Hills, are already sold out, while additional performance dates have already been arranged, including Katie Noonan’s tribute to Joni Mitchell and Prinnie Stevens’ Lady sings the blues, both in Walsh Bay. blockbuster show Frida Kahlo: The Life of an Icon has been extended to March 7th.
With interest rate hikes and inflation in mind, Ansell said the festival has been working to keep ticket prices under control.
“We’re excited to announce that you can get a $39 ticket for major events like Frida Kahlo and Sun & Sea,” she says. “So, we really took that into account when planning this festival.”
sun & sea, with a choir of up to 100 voices, soloists and at least one dog, will have three continuous performances in a 60-minute loop. The audience can come and go as they please.
After the festival there is still the little thing to put the town hall back in its original condition. Ansell says even she will grab a broom and join her team for the big clean.
“We will definitely clean up after ourselves – every single grain,” she says.
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https://www.smh.com.au/culture/art-and-design/why-fleur-the-dog-digs-the-new-look-town-hall-20230104-p5caan.html?ref=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_source=rss_culture Sun & Sea and Sydney City Hall