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What’s on this November and December

Whether you want to learn a new skill or amuse the grandkids, this silly season we have the events for you.

Learn computers at the library

The City of Sydney Library offers an extensive range of IT courses where you can learn how to use Microsoft Word properly, get internet basics or get better at social media.

To see the full range of talks, workshops and children's activities hosted by the Library, visit

For more information, or to subscribe to the Library e-News, email the Library at [email protected].

Myer Christmas Windows

An annual tradition since November 1956, the Myer Christmas Windows truly mean that it’s the start of the festive season, when crowds line up along Bourke Street Mall in Melbourne.

The themes are viewed by generations of families ever year and it is a great place to take the grandkids to get them ready for Santa. The window is one of Melbourne's most cherished institutions for the silly season.


November – January

Santa’s Christmas Carnival

Over in the west, proud grandparents head to Santa’s Christmas Carnival for some summer fun.

It’s the biggest festival in WA over summer and there are rides and entertainment all day at the Claremont Showground. Entry includes unlimited access to carnival rides, live entertainment and stage shows, extreme motocross stunt shows, face painting, animal farms, thrill rides, roving entertainers, a water playground and so much more.


All December

Brisbane Sings Messiah

Each year at Christmas, Händel’s famous oratorio The Messiah is performed in concert with members of the Brisbane public in the Brisbane City Hall.

Brisbane Sings Messiah is one of the Queensland Choir’s signature events and has become a Christmas tradition for many audience members, including people who don’t regularly go to concerts.



Senior Moments 2: Remember, Remember

The senior sensation is back with a NEW SHOW to follow up on the smash hit Senior Moments.

Senior Moments 2: Remember, Remember is another hilarious comedy revue with comic sketches, songs and inspired senior silliness from a cast old enough to know better.

Australian TV icon Tony Barber (Sale of the Century), master satirist Max Gillies (The Gillies Report) and original rock legend Normie Rowe (Les Misérables) head the classic cast for this sqeuel without equal coming to theatres in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Perth and more.

Perfect for Probian groups, with special ticket prices of $55 for groups of 8+.

Click here for tour and venues details

Senior Moments 2: Remember Remember – it's another classic comedy revue for slightly ‘old’ people. That's you. (Be honest!)

Hurry, book your group now, before you forget!