New Theatre

Est. 1932

Always real. Always raw. Always New.

 

New Theatre

Est. 1932

Always real. Always raw. Always New.

New Theatre

Est. 1932

Always real. Always raw. Always New.

 

New Theatre

Est. 1932

Always real. Always raw. Always New.

 

New Theatre

Est. 1932

Always real. Always raw. Always New.

 

We are now accepting Dine & Discover NSW vouchers for ticket bookings.
Simply enter the voucher number when you go to the checkout online.

 

We are currently updating our COVID-Safe protocols and these will be announced shortly.  

 

For general enquiries, please contact manager@newtheatre.org.au
For booking and ticketing enquiries, please contact mail@newtheatre.org.au

 

 

 

 

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THE PARK

17 – 22 JAN 2022

Brand New - The Park


“I like this place. It scares me as well. Weird energy.”

The world premiere of a new Australian play that combines magic realism, humour and horror.

 

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THE CHOCOLATE ROSTER

24 – 29 JAN 2022

Brand New - The Chocolate Roster


“I know how you feel about praline, but not your son.”

The world premiere of a new Australian play that presents a profoundly honest portrayal of community and healing.

 

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BREAKING THE CODE

8 FEB – 5 MARCH 2022

Breaking the Code


“Each problem – each decision – requires fresh ideas, fresh thoughts”

The acclaimed biographical drama about the life of Alan Turing, presented as part of the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras.

 

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THE SPOOK

15 MARCH – 9 APRIL 2022

The Spook


“Of course you don’t want to be a communist.
No-one in their right mind wants to be a communist.”

A whimsical study of small-town Australia, Cold War fear-mongering, friendship and betrayal, inspired by a true story.

 

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THE MERRY WIVES
OF WINDSOR

19 APRIL – 21 MAY 2022

The Merry Wives of Windsor


“Wives may be merry, and yet honest too.”

Shakespeare’s rom-com of sexual jealousy, the fun played out against a landscape of 80s suburban aspirations and neon-hued bad taste.

 

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New Theatre acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the country on which our theatre is located,
the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, and recognize their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.
We pay respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.