2012 Lyric Theatre Sydney

Lyric Theatre is known worldwide in providing quality, rich entertainment. Each theatre offers an enormous array of shows, events and entertainment venues showcasing notorious names and performance. These events create memorable experiences for show attendees filled with charm, amusement, thrills, and sensational performances. A touch of everything is offered for audiences of all walks of life and all ages.

In the heart of Sydney’s international hub, the Lyric Theatre invites crowds of many nationalities and backgrounds to unite in the pleasure of quality entertainment. Great names and world-renowned groups have staked their claim there, performing the shows, concerts and enactments of a lifetime. The Lyric Theatre is also partnered in its grandeur by the facilities in Brisbane and Melbourne. All three locations provide access to the world’s greatest shows.

In 2012, several shows were outlined to charm and engage spectators. Theatrical classics like Doctor Zhivago and Casa Blanca have moved crowds with their intrigue and dramatic excellence. Concerts also hold a firm place on the list of crowd drawing events. Jazz and pop culture names like Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Janet Jackson, Natalie Cole, and Eminem all will have made their presence at a Lyric Theatre location this year. Not only do the catchy-tune greats offer upbeat performances, but those who have a tendency toward the splendor of classical music, opera and ballet can find ample events to thrill and enrich. The Australian Chamber Orchestra, Sydney Symphony and Australian Ballet showcase the nation’s very best in classical entertainment. Stevie Wonder made an appearance at The Star.

Phenomenal performances of musicals and melodic events such as Disney’s Mary Poppins, Love Never Die, Rock Of Ages, Annie, Chorus Line and many more spectacular presentations were in line for 2012’s listing. Hairspray, with its rise to rapid popularity, hit the Lyric stage with a rock and a roll. The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber pleased crowds with its ever memorable songs of love, change, and sorrow. If your toes are itching to tap and you don’t mind being brought to tears by a song of heartache, the Lyric Theatres in Australia have the shows to keep you coming back for years