Sydney Lyric

This article is about the contemporary Sydney Lyric theatre. For the now demolished cinema in George Street, Sydney, see Lyric Theatre, Sydney (1911).
Sydney Lyric
Sydney Lyric Theatre
Address Pirrama Road, Pyrmont
Owner Foundation Entertainment Group
Type Theatre
Capacity 2050 seats
Current use Musicals, theatre, concerts, opera, ballet
Production Dream Lover"
Opened 1997

Sydney Lyric plays host to large scale musicals, theatre productions, concerts, opera and ballet. Formerly the Lyric Theatre, the venue changed to its current name in late 2011.

Sydney Lyric Theatre Pty Limited has been owned and operated by the Foundation Entertainment Group Limited since October 2011. Foundation Entertainment Group Pty Limited owns the Sydney Lyric and Capitol Theatre.[1]

Past Performances

The theatre first opened in September 1997 with its first act being Michael Crawford and has since then played most to many well known musicals and entertainers.

Performances include: 2017 - Beautiful (Australian Premiere)

2016 - Shen Yun, We Will Rock You, Singin' in the Rain, Dream Lover (World Premiere)

2015 - Matilda The Musical (Australian Premiere), The Rocky Horror Show, Le Noir - The Dark Side of Cirque, Thriller - Live

2014 - Strictly Ballroom (World Premiere), Dirty Dancing

2013 - War Horse, Hot Shoe Shuffle, Blue Man Group, Grease

2012 - Legally Blonde the Musical (Australian premiere). An Officer and a Gentleman (world premiere), Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons

2011 - Annie (2011–12), Richard III starring Kevin Spacey, Elton John Live, An Evening with Al Pacino, Stevie Wonder Live, Hairspray, Doctor Zhivago (world premiere)

2010 - Cats, West Side Story

2009 - Mamma Mia, Chicago, Buddy

2008 - Priscilla Queen of the Desert (return), The Phantom of the Opera, Shout

2007 - Miss Saigon

2006 - Priscilla Queen of the Desert - the Musical (world premiere 2006-07), Dusty

2005 - The Producers

2004 - We Will Rock You (2004–05), Lisa Marie Presley, Cirque Dreams, Shanghai Circus, Sleeping Beauty on Ice, Saturday Night Fever

2003 - The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe

2002 - Mamma Mia, Oliver, Pirates of Penzance

2001 - The Wizard of Oz, Hale and Pace, Singing in the Rain, Michael Ball, Petula Clark

2000 - Annie, Tony Bennett, Jerry Lewis, Al Jarreau, Peter Ustinov

1999 - The Merry Widow, Geraldine Turner, Kamahl, Adam Brand, Popcorn, Tony Bennett, The Sound of Music

1998 - Julio Iglesias, An Ideal Husband, Show Boat

1997 - Michael Crawford, Natalie Cole, Peter Paul and Mary, Elisa Chan, Kenny Gee, K.D.Lang, Air Supply

Local Area

Pyrmont is an inner-city suburb of Sydney in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Pyrmont is located 2 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of the City of Sydney. It is also part of the Darling Harbour region.

Pyrmont was once a vital component of Sydney's industrial waterfront, with wharves, shipbuilding yards, factories and woolstores. As industry moved out, the population and the area declined. In recent years it has experienced redevelopment with an influx of residents and office workers.


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Coordinates: 33°52′07″S 151°11′45″E / 33.868625°S 151.195795°E / -33.868625; 151.195795

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