ARTISTS: Sam Strong and David Williamson.
ARTISTS: Sam Strong and David Williamson. jonno searle.

Queensland Theatre new season is a winner

AFTER an extraordinarily successful year for Queensland Theatre in 2017, it's time to think about this new year and book your tickets while you can. It's going to be a bumper year.

In 2017, you could see Queensland Theatre shows in 2000 seat theatres in Sydney and Melbourne, in a festival in London, or in an outdoor venue on Thursday Island, in the Torres Strait. Queensland Theatre played to audiences from Cairns to Perth to Albury Wodonga and last year reached more people outside Brisbane than the Sydney Theatre Company reached outside Sydney in 2016. 

Season 2018 is set to follow, with eight extraordinary shows, six new Australian stories and four world premieres headlining. The year features an extraordinary line-up of stars including William McInnes, Danielle Cormack, Tim Finn, Osamah Sami, Matthew Backer, Jimi Bani, Liz Buchanan, Leon Cain, Jason Klarwein, Andrea Moor, Rhys Muldoon, Veronica Neave, Christen O'Leary, Hugh Parker, Bryan Probets, David Williamson and more.  

Queensland Theatre - Single tickets on sale at Queenslandtheatre.com.au or by calling 1800355528

1 - 17 February: Black is the New White-Playhouse

24 Feb - 24 March: The 39 Steps-Cremorne

28 Apr - 19 May: Twelfth Night-Playhouse

26 May - 23 June: The Longest Minute-Cremorne

12 July - 28 July: Good Muslim Boy-Cremorne

On sale from Monday, April 30 2018 at 9am

28 July - 18 August: Jasper Jones-Playhouse

6 October - 3 November: Nearer the Gods-Bille Brown Theatre

10 November - 8 December: Hedda-Bille Brown Theatre


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