Life drawing art classes at the Sydney Opera House


Forget hundreds-year old operatic productions on the Joan Sutherland Theatre stage in the Sydney Opera House: this month it’s all about art.

A one-time-only event on 12 March, the most beautiful set in Australian musical production, the first act scenery for John Bell’s acclaimed production of Tosca, will open to the public for the first time ever for a one-off life drawing class.

Teaming up with Darlinghurst Life Drawing, Opera Australia is offering budding artists the opportunity to attend a two-hour drawing class, located right on the set of Tosca in the Sydney Opera House.

Designed by Michael Scott-Mitchell, Act l of Tosca is a spectacular reproduction of Rome’s stunning Sant’Andrea della Valle church.

So warm up those fingers, get those creative juices flowing and prepare for one of life’s once-off experiences like never before.

For more info and to book, go to the Opera Australia website.

Time: 7:00-9:00pm

Cost: $125 + booking fee