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Monday, 03 April 2017 06:20

Wanneroo Repertory Inc

Limelight Theatre is a long-standing community theatre group based in Wanneroo. You can find us behind the shops and adjacent to Wanneroo Aquamotion.
We produce more than five quality plays and musicals annually.
Wednesday, 01 February 2017 07:38

Yirra Yaakin Aboriginal Corporation

Established in 1993, our stories have reached 13 countries in five continents and won awards for our theatre, governance and our partnerships, including a prestigious Sidney Myer Award for its record of facilitating Indigenous artistic programmes.

Yirra Yaakin, which means “Stand Tall” in Noongar language, has been producing and presenting an annual program of new Indigenous theatre and maintained a strong focus on education and youth programs since it’s inception. More than 15 original youth-focused productions have been developed in that time, undertaking scores of residencies and workshops across WA.

The company has commissioned and premiered over 50 new theatre works. These include major Festival presentations such as WALTZING THE WILARRA, ONE DAY IN 67, ALIWAH, WINDMILL BABY and CRUEL WILD WOMAN. Contributing writers have included Dallas Winmar, Mitch Torres, David Milroy, Sally Morgan and Jim Holland.

The company is committed to producing and presenting a mixture of contemporary and classic Indigenous theatre, balanced with our existing community service and education programs.
Perched high on Reabold Hill in Floreat, the Quarry is set in natural bushland surrounds and enjoys wonderful views across the City and beyond.  The open air setting and soaring limestone walls of the Quarry create an intimate, informal atmosphere - the perfect place to sit back, relax and enjoy the many events staged during the performance season that runs from November to April each year.

With seating for up to 557 people on grass covered limestone terraces, the Quarry is a licensed BYO facility where you can bring your own picnic or order one of our delicious hampers.  The Quarry Amphitheatre is also available for hire for corporate and social events including weddings.  To find out 'What's On at the Quarry' and for more information about hiring this wonderful venue, contact the Quarry Amphitheatre today!

To ensure patron safety and minimise the risk of Bushfire the Town of Cambridge is pleased to advise that the Quarry Amphitheatre is a SMOKE FREE VENUE.  This includes the car parks and surrounding bushland.  Your safety and enjoyment is our priority.

Travelling to the Quarry

With limited parking available at the Quarry Amphitheatre, car pooling is the way to go. Not only will you be doing the environment a favour if you plan ahead and choose a skipper you can enjoy a few responisble drinks.

For more information about environmentally friendly transport options visit the Town's TravelSmart page. 
Friday, 20 January 2017 08:22

Theatre 8

Theatre 8 is a Community amateur theatre in Geraldton. 2016 will be a busy year with 4 adult shows and 2 shows by the youth theatre group.
Wednesday, 18 January 2017 08:27

The Blue Room Theatre

As well as presenting a dynamic and ever-changing line-up of contemporary live performance, we provide artistic support services, advocacy, advice, auspice services, subsidised rehearsal spaces and unique experiences for our audiences.


Vibrant. Emerging. Contemporary. Performance. Perth's home of independent theatre, nestled in the heart of the Cultural Centre.

Company Overview

We are one of Australia's leading contemporary performance venues.

Opened in 1989 with the sole purpose of providing support and advocacy for independent artis... See more


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The Blue Room Theatre Awards

Public transport

The Perth Train Station is located just across the Cultural Centre Concourse, and we have excellent access to bus stops on William and Beaufort Streets.

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