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What's New

All you need to know about what's going on at the Arts Theatre Cronulla.

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Click HERE to find out more about our 2024 season

or check out our promo video below.

To purchase our 2024 season tickets, please click on the poster below

for details:

Tickets for the 2nd play of our 2024 season


are available online HERE.

Click on the poster below for full details on the show.


We will be holding a free screening of the film 'All Spruced Up' adapted & directed by long-time Arts Theatre member, Bill Ayers from Arthur T. Horman.


The film is about Chuck Charmers and pal Groper who quit working for Lavender Laundries when Chuck comes into money.

They start hopefully as grifters, falling into the hands of real con artists. Wheelright Lavender believes his Laundry business and personal life can be top of the heap by doing two things at once, like conducting interviews and playing the stock market at the same time. Meanwhile, his adult daughter, Louise, is being well and truly hoodwinked by a

well-oiled, snake-in-the-grass grifter.

The cast includes: Emmanuel Nicolaou, David Hines, Vincent O'Neill, Iseult Champion, Alan Mundy, Maria Micallef, Bill Ayers, Cynthia Delaney, Denise Kitching, Terry Neenan, Pam Neenan, Olivia Harris, Anne McMaster, Adrian Thompson, Rod Chambers,

Bob Smart, Rod Mason, Rachel Cliffe, Andrew Redfern, Jim Farrow, Howard Sappey.


The film runs for 77 minutes & will be screening in the School of Arts lecture room

(that's upstairs at the Arts Theatre Cronulla) on Saturday, 22 June at 7:30pm.


No booking is required - just show up ready to be entertained!


Congratulations to Bill on the film. 👏👏👏


Private Lives

Written by Noel Coward

Directed by Susan Geldart

Congratulations to the following actors:

ELYOT CHASE --- Alex Amditis

AMANDA PRYNNE --- Lila Micevska

VICTOR PRYNNE --- Peter David Allison

SIBYL CHASE --- Grace Johnson

LOUISE --- Narelle Jaeger / Kerry Turner

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Are you handy with a hammer, wonderful with wood, keen to contribute to our wonderful theatre?


We are putting the word out to recruit new volunteers to join the set building team to ensure the stage sets for our productions are ready on time and up to our usual high standard. It's a great way to get to see the workings of our theatre, and see the magical transformation of the stage from one play to the next - oh, and you get to have fun too!


If you think you would like to join this select group,

please email Neil Moulang at:

Any age, male or female, welcome!


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