Sydney Opera House: ANTIDOTE Satellite

Sunday 3 September from 11am

We are thrilled to partner with the Sydney Opera House to beam selected panels from its ANTIDOTE Festival of Ideas, Art and Action on Sunday 3 September, live into our Butter Factory Theatre. Sit back with a glass of wine, enjoy free nibbles and be part of the action, as we share these provocative panels in real time with Sydney audiences.

Tickets are a tiny $10, but if you are a subscriber: we are delighted to offer you two complimentary tickets to ANTIDOTE Satellite. The day runs from 11am until 2.15pm, and includes three premium highlights from the live Sydney event.  

ANTIDOTE invites audiences to imagine solutions to some of the world’s biggest problems. Journalist and author Arkady Ostrovsky asks “Does Russia pose a threat to the West?” Tamika D. Mallory, National Co-Chair of the recent Women’s March on Washington, reflects on the wins of the Women’s March and what’s next in the fight for equality. Rutger Bregman discusses how utopian ideals like a basic living income and a fifteen-hour work week could become a reality in our lifetime.

Season Subscribers can reserve two complimentary seats by emailing: [email protected] Tickets for additional guests can be purchased online for $10 each.

Click HERE for full details about the ANTIDOTE event.