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A Valentine's to Remember

Where
Sydney Town Hall
483 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000
When

Friday 14 February from 8pm to 10pm Saturday 15 February from 8pm to 10pm

Cost

Premium: $99.00A Reserve: $89.00B Reserve: $79.00C Reserve: $59.00

Whether you are coupled up or happily single, everyone can appreciate a cosy night in with a romantic movie.

Now, take your cosy night in out on the town for a special Valentine’s Day treat as the Sydney Symphony brings to life music from Baz Lurhmann’s 1996 adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, Disney Pixar’s Up, James Cameron’s epic Titanic and many more of your favourite romantic movies.

Host Osher Günsberg – one of Australia’s most loved celebrities – is not only a love guru (think 14 seasons of The Bachelor franchise), but a music buff too. He’s the perfect guide to this glamorous evening of your favourite love tracks.

So, bring your significant other, bring your lover, bring your ‘galentines’ (and bring your tissues). A concert for everyone and anyone who wants to share the love… with Osher.

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