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Past Productions & Events @ Independent Theatre

Below is a glimpse of the past productions and events that have graced the stage and venue of the Independent Theatre.

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La Boheme | Duets of Love

On January 30th 2022, we commenced our 2022 Performance Season with the launch of Live at the Independent, Concert & Cake Sundays. 

We were graced with performances from Ms Eleanor Lyons (soprano) & Mr. Andrew Goodwin (tenor) performing a collection of love duets, including ones from famed opera, La Boheme.

Audiences enjoyed fresh barista-made coffee, French cakes from Madame & Yves Patisserie and world class talent

A great start to 2022


The Winther Quartet

6th March brought us the 2nd Concert & Cake Sunday, The Winther Quartet.

The Winther Quartet blew audiences away with an intense program including works by Mozart, Tchaikovsky & Mendelssohn.

Audiences embraced the atmosphere, with champagne, fresh coffee & artisanal choux patisseries.


Precious Colours | The Marais Project

Reflections of light and darkness, love and loss

On Saturday 7th May 2022; The Marais Project (Russell Harcourt, Susie Bishop, Jennifer & Tommie Eriksson and Catherine Upex) joined us once again, performing songs from their new album Australian Monody which also launched on the evening.

Precious Colours is inspired by the title of first track of The Marais Project’s new album, a work by composer Alice Chance.

Performing music by:

  • Purcell, Monteverdi, Marais, Carl Vine, Alice Chance, Susie Bishop, Isaac Nathan and Michael Nyman

It was a joyeous night of entertainment that graced the stage.


Pacific Opera Presents...


On Saturday 21st May audiences were treated to 2 back to back 'Pocket Operas' presented by Pacific Opera Suor Angelica (performed in Italian), directed by Cheryl Barker & Albert Herring (performed in English) directed by Peter Coleman-Wright AO. With full orchestra, led by Mr Bradley Gilchrist, audiences were captivated and flourished in simplistic yet beautiful set, lighting, costuming and a full orchestra as performers truly showed that singing is back post COVID.

Audiences of Suor Angelica were treated to an exclusive Q&A session with performers post show before a joint afternoon tea held in the Main Foyer.

Many thanks for the audiences, performers, orchestra & Pacific Opera for shining the stage and bringing us 2 truly magnificent operas.

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