Bondi Pavilion Theatre

Is now open for bookings for 2017/2018

Situated in the iconic Bondi Pavilion at Bondi Beach, The Bondi Pavilion Theatre is part ofthe multipurpose arts, community and cultural facility of the Bondi Pavilion.

The 230 seat venue with theatre with bar and balcony over looking Bondi Beach, is placed within easy walking distance to a thriving restaurant, bar and entertainment precinct frequented by a cross-section of locals, Sydney-siders and Australian and international visitors.

For further information on how to book the theatre, please email theatre@waverley.nsw.gov.au 



What's On

 


Bondi Feast is back! Following four years of hot winters by the beach, Bondi’s fringe-style winter festival kicks back into gear in July, celebrating all the best in theatre, music, comedy, visual arts and food.

Transforming Bondi Pavilion intoa carnival playground, Bondi Feast will showcase over 60 performances of new work across two delectable weeks of feasting (18-29 July).Take your pick from a handful of shows on offer everyTues – Sat night, with hot food and mulled cider pumping from the themed pop-up bar each night of the festival.

Tickets from $10. For tickets and more info head to bondifeast.com.au 

 


Coming Soon 



How to get to the Theatre

The Bondi Pavilion Theatre is located at Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach.
Buses 333,380, 381, 382 or paid parking available at the venue.

History of the Bondi Pavilion Theatre

The Bondi Pavilion Theatre has been an iconic institution in the Sydney Theatre scene since the 1970s. Established by a group of thespians and theatre practitioners from the local area, with the help of Waverley Council staff, refurbished the old Palm Court Ballroom space in the Bondi Pavilion which became the Bondi Pavilion Theatre.

The theatre was officially opened by the Prime Minister of Australia Gough Whitlam in 1974 and since then has seen an amazing range of theatre productions, actors, directors and technicians through its doors. The Bondi Pavilion Theatre has been the training ground to many artists over the decades who have gone on to have great careers in Australia and around the world

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