Sydney Opera House is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a Christmas Eve party that will see a total of more than a dozen guests.
The opera house will also host the world premiere of the opera’s first opera, a new production of The King of Prussia.
The party will take place at the Opera House’s former studio on Broadway, where it has been in continuous use since the early 1970s.
The home was renamed in honour of the late American actor and writer Charles Bronson.
The performance is expected to attract hundreds of thousands of people.
For more than 50 years, the house has been home to performances by the country’s most well-known opera singers, including the likes of Patti Smith, Joan Crawford, and George Bernard Shaw.
Its marquee is also known as “The King of Queens”.
But when the opera house was opened in 1969, it was the only theatre in Sydney to host opera.
Since then, it has hosted performances by some of Australia’s most celebrated artists, including Sting, The Rolling Stones, and The Beatles.
Its most famous performance is the one of The Wizard of Oz, performed in 1966.
It was the first time that audiences had watched the film as it was being shot.
It became one of Australia and the worlds greatest musical.
The opera house also has a tradition of presenting some of the countrys most famous Christmas music, including The Muppet Christmas Carol, the popular musical The Nutcracker, and the song “Let it Snow”.
On Christmas Eve, The Wizard will sing a rendition of the classic folk song, “Auld Lang Syne”.
The audience will then see the film’s first opening credits sequence, a look at the Wizard of Osgoode Hall, and an encore performance of the Muppet Holiday Carol.
The show will also include a Christmas dinner at The Royal Theatre, with guests expected to include the president of the United States, prime ministers, and world leaders.
The event is expected have some 30,000 people in attendance.
The Queen is expected on stage, along with other world leaders and celebrities, including Prince Harry and his wife, Kate Middleton, and US President Donald Trump.