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Harbour Theatre Inc

HARBOUR THEATRE - Entertaining the community between river and sea since 1963

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Harbour Theatre was formed in 1963 in Fremantle and since that time has gained an envious reputation for the high standard of their productions.  As a completely volunteer, not for profit theatre Harbour aims to entertain the community by producing 5 seasons per year with a wide variety of plays from comedy to thriller, drama and the classics. 

We welcome new members who have a passion for theatre and wish to get involved in any of the myriad of duties and tasks that are integral to the production of high quality entertainment.  These can include make-up, lighting design and operation, sound production and design, directing, acting, stage management, props etc etc.

Harbour Theatre has a great reputation for being a very friendly club and our members come from all walks of life.

If this sounds like you then please contact us on 9433 6260 or email - [email protected]

We look forward to seeing you at the theatre!

Shakespeare WA

The mission of Shakespeare WA is to build a uniquely Western Australian classical repertory Theatre Company using the plays of William Shakespeare and his contemporaries as the foundation stone for our work. Shakespeare WA is committed to promoting excellence through performance and teaching that speaks to contemporary audiences of all ages and cultures throughout the State and beyond.

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Shakespeare WA aims to introduce audiences to the arts, increase access to the arts, involvement in the arts and most importantly to promote active participation.  Shakespeare WA is committed to providing “theatre for everyone” from every social stratum, and in particular, those who would not normally see the plays of Shakespeare.

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