Belvoir St Theatre

25 Belvoir St
Surry Hills, NSW 2010

Phone: (02) 9699 3444
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Belvoir St Theatre Presents The Dog / The Cat

Two shows in one, The Dog / The Cat, will be coming to Belvoir’s Upstairs Theatre this April and May.

Belvoir St Theatre Announces Adaptation Of The Drover’s Wife

From playwright Leah Purcell comes an adaption of Henry Lawson’s The Drover’s Wife.

Jasper Jones Is Coming To Belvoir St Theatre

Craig Silvey’s exceptionally well recieved bildungsroman is being transformed into a play.

Mortido Comes To Belvoir St Theatre

Angela Betzien’s latest offering is bursting at the seams with crime, cocaine and the deadly desire for a bigger house.

Belvoir St Theatre Announces 2016 Season

New Belvoir St Theatre artistic director Eamon Flack has announced the stellar new 2016 season, with a focus on inclusivity...

Taylor Swift Tweets Permission For Belvoir St Theatre Actors To Dance To ‘Shake It Off’

Sometimes, a social media campaign delivers the goods.

Blue Wizard To Play At Belvoir St Theatre

With Blue Wizard Nick Coyle aimed to make ‘the gayest one-man show ever’ and he believes he has succeeded.

Actors Toby Schmitz and Nikki Shiels in The Rover at Belvoir

The Rover’s Kiruna Stamell: there’s a lack of work for disabled actors in Australia

With two Helpmann Awards to his name and standing at the helm of respected theatre company Belvoir, Eamon Flack knows...

Sydney’s new play about The Simpsons is a must-see mash-up of pop culture and high art

Sad as it sounds, it is genuinely astonishing to see a show with contemporary relevance to a young Australian audience...

Belvoir’s The Dog / The Cat returns for an exciting new season

67 years ago, Jimmy Stewart befriended an invisible six-foot rabbit named Harvey.

Mark Colvin’s Kidney Is Coming To Belvoir

Mark Covin’s Kidneydeals with an unlikely friendship that forms during the Murdoch News International phone hacking scandal.

Which Way Home

★★★ Along with another Sydney Festival show, The Season, Which Way Home is a funny and poignant dramedy showcasing indigenous...

Prize Fighter

★★★☆ Future D.

Prize Fighter: A Refugee Fights His Battles At Sydney Festival

Most people would agree that the politics around Australia’s acceptance of refugees and asylum seekers are divisive.

Girl Asleep

★★★★☆ Perfectly capturing nostalgia, the drama of adolescence and the passing clarity of dreams, Girl Asleep makes a triumphant return...

How Adolescence Makes For Great Drama In Girl Asleep

Though they might seem invisible, we’ve all seen them.

Look Back In Anger

There are some out there who claim Damien Ryan doesn’t actually exist, and despite having interviewed him once before, I’m...

Twelfth Night Or What You Will

Nikki Shiels has just come from a sword fight.

The Brag’s Mid-Year Education Special – Part 2

Whether it’s in music, the arts, filmmaking, design, acting, teaching or anything else in the creative spheres, we asked the...

Five Minutes with Lally Katz, writer of Back At The Dojo

Your new playBack At The Dojotakes inspiration from your own parents.