Autumn is a particularly good time to visit Sydney and Chatswood lights up with some entertaining art and culture events this season. Artistic expressions and creativity are powerful ways to share and encourage cultural connections within a strong community.
From Russia with Love, the NSW Doctors Orchestra brings to you its annual fundraising concert. With the combine talent of over 80 musical doctors and medical students, this sure will be a fun evening. Singing Elena Kats-Chernin’s Russian Rag, Tchaikovsky’s Symphony no.5, and Khachaturian’s Violin concerto.
Sunday 19 March, 2.30pm
The Concourse – Concert Hall
Tickets from $27
Ruby Wax – Frazzled, a guide to mindfulness, Ruby Wax return to the stage with a one-woman show. Based on her book, Ruby gives a tour of the mind – how to use tit and not lose it.
Friday 24 March, 8pm
Tickets from $39
Transitions Film Festival is an inspiring film festival that focuses on sharing stories of society’s greatest challenges.
Friday 24 – Saturday 25 March
The Concourse – Urban Screen
Tickets are free
Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour – Carmen is one of opera’s most known production of its time. . At sunset, gather with friends over a glass of something sparkling and a sumptuous Spanish meal before settling back to enjoy the vivacious, vivid production of Bizet’s Carmen as dusk settles over the harbour
Friday 24 March – 23 April
Fleet Steps, Mrs Macquaries Point