THU 25 & FRI 26 FEB @ 6PM & 9PM

General Admission - $50.00 + Booking Fee
02 9550 3666
Cabaret Mode - Unreserved Seating
On sale now @ The Factory Theatre
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We regretfully advise that this event has been rescheduled.


NEW DATE: THU 25 & FRI 26 FEB 2021

All sessions on Friday the 6th of November are now valid for Thursday the 25th of February. All sessions on Saturday the 7th of November are now valid for Friday the 26th of February.

All patrons will be contacted directly by Factory Theatre with further information.

You will have the option of transferring your tickets to the new performance date or if you are unable to attend, you will receive a full refund.


Julia Stone reveals that her hugely anticipated third solo album Sixty Summers will be released on February 19 via BMG.

Eight years after Stone’s last solo record, Sixty Summers arrives as a powerful rebirth for one of Australia’s most prolific artists. Emerging from the wildernesses of folk and indie-rock, with Sixty Summers Stone dives headfirst into the cosmopolitan, hedonistic world of late-night, moonlit pop. The stunning album brings us the grit and glitter of the city, with all its attendant joys, dangers, romances and risks. It is Stone at her truest, brightest self, a revered icon finally sharing her long, secret love affair with this vibrant and complex genre.

In tandem with the news of the album’s release, Stone unveils third single ‘Dance’ with video directed by Jessie Hill and featuring extraordinary performances from multi award-winning actors Susan Sarandon and Danny Glover

Dance’ is Stone’s third single release in 2020, after ‘Break’ and ‘Unreal’, all of which will feature on Sixty Summers.

Recorded sporadically over five years from 2015 to 2019, Sixty Summers was shaped profoundly by Stone’s key collaborators on the album: Thomas Bartlett, aka Doveman, and Annie Clark, the Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and producer known as St. Vincent. Bartlett and Clark were the symbiotic pair Stone needed to realise her vision.

Of Stone, Clark comments, “Jules is the best. We were always fond of each other from afar, but after working on this, we became great friends. She’s a brilliant girl — tenacious, perfectionistic, so smart. All fire.”

The record is a thoroughfare for indie rock luminaries, some of whom, such as The National’s Matt Berninger and Bryce Dessner and Warpaint’s Stella Mozgawa ended up on the album… The album is available to pre-order now.

The live shows in February, a week after the release of her record, will bring the beauty of this record and her previous work to stage all the while embracing the intimate atmosphere of these shows. This show will have a strict no camera, no photos or videos policy.

Please note – If you purchase more than 4 tickets, you will not all be able to sit together. Groups will be seated in fours.

A message from The Factory Theatre:

The Factory Theatre will be following their precautionary measures policy for these events.

In addition, the following measures will be implemented as part of the Factory Theatre COVID-Safe plan;

– Limited capacity seating that allows for social distancing as per the NSW Public Health Order

– Queuing systems and signage that adhere to social distancing guidelines – Additional cleaning of the Venue in between sessions – Print at home tickets only and you will need to enter the Name, Email Address and Mobile number of all guests that you will be attending with

If you are feeling unwell we ask that you do not attend and get tested. Stay safe and thank you for supporting great Australian music!