Exciting New Home Announced!

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The Genesian Theatre Company is thrilled to have found a new home only one bus stop over the Anzac bridge from our current Kent St location!

Plans are underway for the fit out of a brand new theatre space in the parish hall of St Joseph’s Rozelle, to be occupied by the Genesian Theatre Company upon completion in mid 2021.

Barry Nielsen, Genesian Theatre Director, commented "We are so pleased to have found a great new venue so close by that will be easy for our many loyal patrons to attend – and we are also keen to attract locals from the Rozelle area and offer them our tradition of high quality productions at an affordable price."

We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 advice from the NSW government and our own industry bodies. Although conditions don’t appear right just yet for us to recommence performances we hope to return to the Kent St stage soon for a last curtain call or two before we embark on our new adventure in mid 2021! Watch out for an announcement of performance dates soon.

We look forward to showing you to your seat in the new Rozelle home of Sydney’s "unique little theatre" for many years to come as we keep the flickering light alive!

COVID-19 2020 Season Postponement

We are saddened to announce that due to the current COVID-19 situation, in the interest of public health, all our productions are postponed until further notice. We currently still intend to produce these shows at a later date, however due to the uncertainty around when that will be we plan to refund all ticket holders for our productions of William Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play (Abridged), The Secret of Chimneys, A Passage to India, and Lady Windermere's Fan. We have now contacted all ticket holders for these shows via email or phone with your options.

Until our return, enjoy some photos, interviews,
and clips from our previous productions on YouTube!

If you would like to make a donation to support us, you can donate here.

We look forward to seeing you in a theatre foyer when conditions improve, and we will keep the traditional ghost light burning as a promise that we will return!

Ghost Light in theatre stalls