The Unbelievables – Sydney Opera House

The Unbelievables Sydney Opera House

The school holidays are fast-approaching and we’re going to kick ours off with a bang by going to see The Unbelievables on stage at the Sydney Opera House.

From the producers of The Illusionists and Circus 1903, The Unbelievables promises to be a fast-paced entertainment spectacle jam-packed with death-defying acrobats and aerial acts, mind-blowing illusions, comedy, and award-winning ballroom dance, all backed by a six-piece swing orchestra. Sounds awesome!

As soon as I heard about the theatrical extravaganza, I wanted to take the kids. Music, magic, acrobatics, comedy, circus acts… By the sounds of it, my kids will be enthralled. And it is always special to see a show at the Sydney Opera House.

The Unbelievables will be on stage at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall for a very limited season before moving to the Arts Centre Melbourne in January, then its off all over the world.

The Unbelievables Sydney Opera House

The Unbelievables – Sydney Opera House

  • The season runs Tuesday 19 to Friday 29 December.
  • The show runs for approximately two hours, including a short interval.
  • Standard tickets from $64.90 + $8.50 booking fee.
  • For a complete VIP experience, on-stage table-seating is available…  Talk about up getting close and personal!
  • The show is suitable for all ages.

** Our giveaway has now ended – congratulations to Erin on winning a family pass to opening night! **

We have a family pass valued at $300 (2 x adult tickets and 2 x children tickets) to giveaway to the Sydney Opera House performance on Tuesday 19 December 2017. For your chance to win, just leave a comment below telling us why you would like to come along and see the show. Please see full terms and conditions.

Disclosure: We received tickets for the opening night of The Unbelievables and we’re very excited!! 

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  • I would love to take my young daughter to be able to see what looks to be a fabulous show, as she has not been inside the Opera House or been to a show like this before.

  • Oh my this show looks amazing, id love to take the family to see this and have a fun night out together. Everyone is so busy with sports and commitments, we rarely get time to do something as a family

  • Music and magic and everything in between are just the things you’d expect from a movie – it would be so surreal if my family could experience it in person.

  • Magic and dancing combined! Something for my kids and something for me. What a great way to celebrate my birthday before the chaos of Christmas makes people forget it.

  • Seeing a family show at Christmas has been a part of European culture for decades. A show that crosses generations and creates a happy jovial mood at its conclusion is what the holiday season is all about.

  • I close my eyes to escape the hubbub of daily life. Running a household, kids running wild – you know, the daily grind. I open my eyes and the family and I are transported away to see a fabulous stage show at the Opera House for the first time. Unbelievable – it truly is magic. We all need a bit of mystery in our lives especially in the lead up to Christmas. This is why we would love to see The Unbelievables. Thanks Her Collective.

  • A showcase of best of the performing arts – the show incorporates music, dancing, theatre, circus – entertainment at it’s best -at an ICONIC venue. To enjoy it as a family would enhance the excitement. As we bring the curtains down on 2017 – this could potentially be the Jewel in our crown of rememberances .

  • This show sounds amazing and to see it at the Opera house would be spectacular.
    My neice is studying to be a ballerina and she has just passed her exams with flying colours.
    I would love to take her especially to this unforgetable evening.

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