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Friday, 20 April 2018 03:57

The Byron Theatre

The tiered seating can be retracted to leave an open space with a 360 meter square sprung-dance floor suitable for dance events or a cabaret style set-up. Now, with an awesome new sound system in the Theatre and a comprehensive ticketing system with increasing online sales – the Byron Theatre is ideal for your next event. The Byron Theatre Events Bar is open for all evening events.  Come & enjoy a drink before the show!

The Byron Theatre

69 Jonson St
Byron Bay, New South Wales.
Australia ,2481
Tuesday, 27 March 2018 05:53


With a seating capacity of 209 the Civic Theatre is equipped with a 10.5 metre stage, a data projector, digital laser projector and a 35mm movie projector (additional fees apply).
It is a multi-purpose venue and an ideal choice for film screenings, conferences and seminars, auctions and performances.


16 Macmahon Street
Hurstville, New South Wales.
Australia ,2220
Wednesday, 17 January 2018 23:56

Hayes Theatre Co

Hayes Theatre Co is a not for profit company governed by a Board of leading industry experts. Named after Australian musical theatre legend, Nancye Hayes AM, the venue is dedicated to honouring the vast history of Australian Musical Theatre and its practitioners and developing the next generation of performers, creatives and producers.

Hayes Theatre Co

8 Birtley Place
Elizabeth Bay, New South Wales.
Australia ,2011
Bard on the Beach is a new, exciting and vibrant Shakespeare company, which was formed to fill the gap left by the closing of ‘Shakespeare by the Sea’ (SBTS). Bard on the Beach was created by former actors of Shakespeare by the Sea who believe in entertainment and being true to the Shakespearean language.

Bard on the Beach - Bamoral Beach/Avalon Beach/Cronulla Beach/Bondi Pavilion/Watsons Bay

88 Frederick Street
Sydenham, New South Wales.
Australia ,2044
Thursday, 31 August 2017 04:17


Australia’s original centre for emerging and experimental art.

PACT transforms the Arts by championing contemporary performance, artistic rigour and the freedom to explore the unknown. We achieve this by:

Placing artists in their first five years of professional practice at the centre of everything we do;

Prioritising diversity, inclusion and an open door approach to programming;

Facilitating an artist-led program for the next generation of cultural leaders; and

Operating a unique Sydney venue dedicated to low cost presentation opportunities for independent artists.


107 Railway Parade
Erskineville, New South Wales.
Australia ,2043
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