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Belvoir Street Theatre

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Who would have thought that a play about youth suicide would have you cheering? Belvior Theatre... read more

Reviewed February 9, 2016
Terry f
Tempe, Australia
Jasper Jones

We saw a great production of Jasper Jones at this lovely,intimate theatre in Sydney. It's a fine... read more

Reviewed January 16, 2016
Bristol, United Kingdom
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25 Belvoir St | Surry Hills, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Reviewed February 9, 2016

Who would have thought that a play about youth suicide would have you cheering? Belvior Theatre produces new Australian plays which can be confronting, though provoking and funny. Taking out a subscription is a good way to keep involved and see plays which perhaps you...More

Thank Terry f
Reviewed January 16, 2016

We saw a great production of Jasper Jones at this lovely,intimate theatre in Sydney. It's a fine theatre and has a varied and interesting programme through the year. Go if you enjoy theatre- we've never been disappointed

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Reviewed January 10, 2016

Great little theater, nice intimate setting. Excellent acting and stage management, shame about the seats and the lack of space. But well worth a visit if you don't have a back problem.

Thank Roger D
Reviewed November 17, 2015

Great theatre, friendly staff, excellent actors especially Colin Friels but the production "Mortido" was just not to my taste. I'm sorry, but I was very disappointed. The sad thing is that I'm not sure if it was due to the show or the fact that...More

Thank Gunmby53
Reviewed November 17, 2015

When you go along to the Belvoir Theatre to see a play you can expect staging with a difference, great acting and a mix of plays. Arrive early or stay late to enjoy a drink or nibble in the foyer. It's a very cool place...More

Thank Parraween63
Reviewed September 26, 2015

We loved everything about our evening at Belvoir Street, the audience was remarkably chatty and relaxed before the play, obviously (!), the play was brilliant, really worth a visit any time you are in Sydney, in our case, that's not very often but I think...More

Thank BelleAustralia_59
Reviewed September 12, 2015 via mobile

I went here today to see a great play. We were a group of four, two couples and we had a terrific time. The Belvoir is a nice size. It's big enough to hold a decent crowd, and yet it's small enough to remain intimate....More

Thank TravelsDaGlobe
Reviewed September 10, 2015

My first visit to this theatre ( to see Seventeen). Most enjoyable experience. Intimate theatre with comfy seats. Also, relaxing bar area with a good range of drinks and cheap eats plus many restaurants nearby for a pre-theatre dinner. Tickets ($98 each) were more costly...More

Thank Simon N
Reviewed August 20, 2015

Small and personal theatre. Good productions with quality actors. Recommend seeing 'Seventeen' - a very enjoyable 90 minutes with Barry Otto. Nice to have a drink there beforehand. Taxi's after the show are found by walking down the road to the main streets.

Thank KarieSyd
Reviewed July 28, 2015

As Per usual a brilliant, engaging and thoughtful performance by Belvoir. Outstanding cast headed by Robyn Nevin with brilliant supports from Anthony Phelan,Richard Pyros Tom Conroy and crew - directed by Eamon Flack - extending and pushing the boundaries - thought provoking and exquisitely executed...More

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