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The Capitol Theatre Tamworth is a 402 seat purpose built proscenium arch theatre which is located in the newly built Centrepoint Shopping Complex. The Theatre shares its foyer and bar facilities with Forum6 cinemas. The Capitol Theatre Tamworth is a regular stop on the national touring circuit and a well occupied theatre for local and regional events and productions.

Capitol Theatre Tamworth (Tamworth Reg. Coun.)


217-219 Peel Street
Tamworth, New South Wales.
Australia ,2340
Friday, 13 June 2014 02:03

Blackcat Productions

blackcat productions is Phoebe and Maeve, a creative duo based in Sydney, NSW. We nurture emerging creative talent through producing independent cabaret and live music events. We support artists, with creative direction, marketing, PR, financial and production management, so artists can do what they are good at: make art!

Blackcat Productions


89/18 Cecilia Street
MARRICKVILLE, NSW.
Australia ,2204
Friday, 13 June 2014 01:30

Belvoir Street Theatre

Belvoir sprang into being out of the unique action taken to save the old Nimrod Theatre building from demolition in 1984. Rather than lose a performance space in inner city Sydney, more than 600 arts, entertainment and media professionals as well as ardent theatre lovers, formed a syndicate to buy the building. The syndicate included nearly every successful person in Australian show business. Belvoir St Theatre's greatly loved Upstairs and Downstairs stages have been the artistic watering holes of many of Australia's great performing artists such as Geoffrey Rush, Cate Blanchett, Jacqueline McKenzie, Ursula Yovich, Richard Roxburgh, Max Cullen, Bille Brown, David Wenham, Tyler Coppin, Deborah Mailman and Catherine McClements. Sell-out productions like Cloudstreet, The Judas Kiss, The Alchemist, Hamlet, Waiting for Godot, Gulpilil, Stuff Happens, Keating!, Parramatta Girls, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and Michael Gow's Toy Symphony, have consolidated Belvoir's position as one of Australia's most innovative and acclaimed theatre companies.

Belvoir Street Theatre


25 Belvoir Street
Surry Hills, New South Wales.
Australia ,2010
Friday, 13 June 2014 00:49

Australian Theatre of the Deaf

The Australian Theatre of the Deaf (ATOD) is a professional deaf theatre company, the only company of its type in Australia. Its unique style of performance is based on the expressive skills of its deaf artists. By use of movement, physical expression, acting and a visual language, the company is dedicated to the ideal of producing a form of theatre that can communicate to and excite both deaf and hearing audiences.

Australian Theatre of the Deaf


245 Chalmers Street
Redfern, New South Wales.
Australia ,2016

Stroud Theatre & Arts Repertory Society


9 Gidley Street
Stroud, New South Wales.
Australia ,2425
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