National Theatre of Parramatta


Having burst onto the Australian theatre scene in 2016 with four acclaimed productions, National Theatre of Parramatta continues to present outstanding contemporary performance with four world premieres in 2017 – Hakawati, Smurf in Wanderland, The Incredible Here and Now and The Red Tree.

In 2016 National Theatre of Parramatta launched behind the scenes programs that contribute to capacity building for the sector, such as From Page to Stage playwriting program, Creative Futures industry mentorship program, plus education and
audience outreach activities.

National Theatre of Parramatta aspires to create bold, popular, contemporary works that draw their inspiration from the rich diversity of Western Sydney and beyond, adding to our cultural landscape a company that truly reflects the nation on stage.

For more information on our 2017 activities visit nationaltheatreofparramatta.com.au

  • Flight Paths

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    15 Mar - 24 Mar 2018
    Lennox Theatre
    A coming of age story that explores the privilege of mobility and the consequesnces of charity.
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  • Stolen

    AUSLAN Interpreted
    29 May - 1 Jun 2018
    Riverside Theatre
    Stolen is back in 2018. An important and acclaimed work by Jane Harrison, directed by Vicki Van Hout.
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  • The Girl and The Woman

    28 Jun - 7 Jul 2018
    Lennox Theatre
    Twelve years in the making, The Girl and The Woman is the story of two generations of Australian Arab-Muslim women who dare to put it all on the table.
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  • Generation 3 (Sleeplessness)

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    13 Sep - 22 Sep 2018
    Lennox Theatre
    Intertwines three stories spanning time and place from Budapest in the 1920’s to Western Sydney now.
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  • Jesus wants me for a sunbeam

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    18 Oct - 27 Oct 2018
    Lennox Theatre
    Based on the book by acclaimed Australian author Peter Goldsmith, this World Premiere production is a powerful reminder of the human condition and what we do for love and loss.
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