NSW Seniors’ Festival has an ambitious goal
Themed “Reconnect”, the 2022 NSW Seniors Festival program aims to help us come back from the isolation of the last two years.
You’ll find lots of experiences this year to share with others. Geared to stimulate the mind, spark joy and boost health, the program emphasises the in-person gatherings that have been in short supply of late.
Been missing the concert experience? Shannon Noll, Christine Anu, Phil Burton of Human Nature and more will join the line-up at the Premier’s Gala Concerts.
Classical more your style? The Cellists of the Metropolitan Orchestra will be playing in Balmain.
Or are you craving some joint-friendly sport? Walking basketball, golf, biking, and physical training are all on the menu.
The curious are invited to learn how to explore their family history, and join an interactive, and possibly very nostalgic museum experience.
Plus, for the laughs, there’ll be stand-up comedy as well.
And when you feel like a little refreshment, you can stop by historic Collingwood House, for high tea.
For a full list of events and links to buy tickets, visit seniorsfestival.nsw.gov.au
NSW Seniors Festival 2022
March 25 – April 3
Premier’s Gala Concerts
Where: Aware Super Theatre, ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour
Featuring: Shannon Noll, Christine Anu, Phil Burton, Emma Pask, Gary Pinto, The Diamonds
When: Wednesday March 30 and Thursday March 31, 11am and 2.45pm
NSW Seniors Comedy Festival Show
Where: Sydney Town Hall
When: Monday March 28, 11am
NSW Seniors Expo
Where: Hall 4, Exhibition Centre, ICC, Sydney, Darling Harbour
When: Wednesday March 30, 9am to 5pm and Thursday March 31, 9am to 3pm
The Cellists of The Metropolitan Orchestra
Where: Balmain Town Hall
When: Sunday April 3, 3.30pm
A Fab Day Out: Silver Swans Class and Canapes
Where: The Royal Academy of Dance Darlinghurst
When: Monday March 28, 2pm