‘I am not working’: Workers’ strike to force closure of Opera House

The workers are demanding the closure of the Opera House, the main theatre in Sydney’s CBD.

They say they will not return to work until the theatre is closed.

Operator jobs are expected to be cut.

The workers have been striking for over two weeks.

One of them, who wished to remain anonymous, told the ABC she was sick of the company’s refusal to negotiate a contract that would see a reduction in the pay and benefits offered to employees.

“I have no work here.

I don’t have a job, I am just trying to stay alive, but I can’t,” she said.

The workers say the Opera Hall’s current management has refused to negotiate with them. “

It’s hard for me to understand why they would want to take the risk of the job I have.”

The workers say the Opera Hall’s current management has refused to negotiate with them.

“Our union has always supported them,” the woman said.

The union says the company has refused union representation at the Opera, and its management have refused to provide information on their pay and conditions.

“The company refuses to negotiate, and it has refused our union representation,” the union’s national president, Stephen Fussell, said.