Nordic Noir: Phantasy and Fugue

For fans of the beautifully quirky, “Nordic Noir: Phantasy and Fugue” is a little musical and theatrical gem that showcases the music of Greig’s “Peer Gynt” (played by an ensemble of young musicians) coupled with a brand new short play by Norwegian Fredrik Brattberg – given with a vivid live musical accompaniment and memorable puppetry.

The Sydney Morning Herald said this ingenious productions “compelling ideas create a magic of their own”.

Five performances only (2 matinees) across 25-28 March in the majestic Australian Hall, Elizabeth Street Sydney.

Tickets $20-$30 available on

“Nordic Noir” is a covid-safe cabaret.

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