Hosts and Performers Announced for Helpmann Awards

Hosts and Performers Announced for 16th Annual Helpmanns
Tickets On Sale Monday 2 May

With the 16th annual Helpmann Awards set to dazzle at the Sydney Lyric Theatre on Monday 25 July, hosts for the evening will be Adam GarciaHelen DallimoreGuy NobleSimon PhilipsQueenie van de Zandt, and The Umbilical Brothers.

Adam Garcia

Helen Dallimore

Tickets will go on sale to this iconic live theatre event on Monday 2 May through Ticketmaster.
The 2016 Helpmann Awards Ceremony will be performed on the set of Singin’ in the Rain, which will be playing at The Lyric Theatre.
The preliminary line-up will include performances by the casts of Matilda the Musical, The Sound of Music, and Singin’ in the Rain, with individual performances by Marina Prior & Mark Vincent, and Sarah Blasko, together with Bangarra Dance Theatre and The West Australian Ballet as well as the winner of the Sydney International Piano Competition.
Queenie van de Zandt

The full program for the 16th annual Helpmann Awards, including award category nominees, will be announced in June.
The Helpmann Awards are the premier celebration of Australia’s vibrant live performance industry and recognise distinguished achievement and excellence in Australia’s live performance sectors, including musical theatre, contemporary music, comedy, opera, classical music, theatre, dance and physical theatre, children’s presentations, regional touring, and cabaret.
Tickets are limited so fans of the live performance industry are urged to purchase tickets to the Helpmann Awards today to avoid disappointment.
The Umbilical Brothers

Ticketing information for General Public:
Tickets On Sale 9am Monday 2 May
Gold Star Package – Show and After Party Ticket $175*
Show only Ticket $55*
*Subject to availability
(Price is inclusive of credit card processing fees of 1.95% and GST. An additional transaction fee of $8.35 is applicable to all online bookings per transaction.)
The Helpmann Awards are proudly supported by the New South Wales Government, through its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW.

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