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Tickets to all productions are available online, however wheelchair seats cannot be booked online, please contact the Box Office on 02 6247 4222, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm and we can assist you.

Our seating capacity has been increased to 65 percent and the system will automatically add a safe distance seating space to the floorplan once you book. We have a limit of 122 patrons in our 188 seat auditorium. Some cases might cause bookings to exceed this limit, if this happens to you, we'll be in touch ASAP to amend your booking.

Performances in 2021, after the next COVID assessment (12 February) are currently not being booked with social distancing, and should social distancing affect further performances, we'll be in touch to rearrange seating as required.

Kind regards,

The Team at REP

Please note that where limited seats are available these seats may not be together.

WHEELCHAIR SEATS at any advertised venue cannot be booked online. If you require these seats, please call , Mon to Fri 10am - 4pm.
Please select your ticket categories carefully. Refunds will not be issued for overpayment.

Online ticket sales for performances at the Canberra REP Theatre close one hour before the start time on the performance day. Tickets can be then purchased at the venue from one hour before performance time.
Online sales for all other performances close at 4pm the working day before the performance time. Tickets can then be purchased at the venue from half an hour before the performance time.

Select a production to book tickets for:

Singles Night IV  Presented By Mockingbird Theatrics
An evening of exciting monologues from around the world, presented by students of Mockingbird Acting Studio. Each night is different - 16 on Saturday and another 17 new ones Sunday.
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Venue: Canberra REP Theatre
Date: 23 Jan - 24 Jan 2021
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof  Presented By Canberra Repertory Society
In Tennessee Williams' Pultizer Prize-winning Cat on a Hot Tin roof, the dysfunctional but wewalthy Pollitt family gathers to celebrate the aging patriarch Big Daddy's birthday. For the Pollitts, the truth is as hazy as the late summer sun in Mississippi, and sometimes the only way to find it is to journey through the lies.
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Venue: Canberra REP Theatre
Date: 18 Feb - 6 Mar 2021
Cosi  Presented By Canberra Repertory Society
Set in a Melbourne mental hospital in 1971 the semiautobiographical Così is the sequel to Nowra’s previous play, Summer of the Aliens. Nowra adroitly demonstrates that reality is unique for each person, and often people may slip into illusions in order to avoid the truth. It is suggested that although they may not have been completely ‘normal’, those considered to be ‘insane’ still possess great insight that ‘normal’ people may overlook.
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Venue: Canberra REP Theatre
Date: 8 Apr - 24 Apr 2021
Rope  Presented By Canberra Repertory Society
A brilliantly tense play from the author of Gaslight, which was performed by REP in 2016. Beleiving themselves to be intellectually superior to their contemporaries, two flatmates murder their friend purely to see if they can get away with it. They then throw a cocktail party, serving food from the top of the trunk where they have hidden his body. Tension and suspicions increase aas the evening wears on.
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Venue: Canberra REP Theatre
Date: 20 May - 5 Jun 2021
The Governor's Family  Presented By Canberra Repertory Society
Sydney 1897. Government House. A nation of colonies is on the verge of federation. Beatrix Christian's remarkable play explores what might have been not that long ago. No other Australian Play hasdealt with such a time and place. The ghosts of our colonial past cannot be forgotten. Vice-Regal secrets warrant attention at any time, even fictional ones.
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Venue: Canberra REP Theatre
Date: 1 Jul - 17 Jul 2021
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead  Presented By Canberra Repertory Society
A modern classic, this fabulously inventive tale of Hamlet as told from the worm’s-eye view of the bewildered Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, two minor characters in Shakespeare’s play. This Shakespearean Laurel and Hardy finally get a chance to take the lead role, but do so in a world where echoes of Waiting for Godot resound, where reality and illusion intermix, and where fate leads our two heroes to a tragic but inevitable end.
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Venue: Canberra REP Theatre
Date: 12 Aug - 28 Aug 2021
Hotel Sorrento  Presented By Canberra Repertory Society
Three sisters, reunited after ten years in different worlds, again feel the constraints of family life. It is Meg’s semi-autobiographical novel, recently short-listed for the Booker prize, which overshadows their homecoming. “Hotel Sorrento is a powerful … Australian play that begins as a comedy about national identity and develops into a familial drama of great poignancy and reverberation.” – Peter Craven, The Australian.
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Venue: Canberra REP Theatre
Date: 23 Sep - 9 Oct 2021
Sense and Sensibility  Presented By Canberra Repertory Society
A playful new adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved novel follows the fortunes (and misfortunes) of the Dashwood sisters, shortly after their father’s sudden death. Set in gossipy 18-century England, with a fresh female voice, the play is full of humour, emotional depth and bold theatricality. When reputation is everything, how do you follow your heart?
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Venue: Canberra REP Theatre
Date: 18 Nov - 4 Dec 2021

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