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Canberra Theatre Centre

Canberra Theatre Centre

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Canberra Theatre Centre, Australian Capital Territory

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You can find great entertainment at Canberra Theatre Centre. Opened in 1965, this venue is Canberra’s premiere performing arts centre, with entertainment from around the globe and Australia in the performing arts.


Family entertainment, classical music performances, dance, comedy, opera and popular music performances as well as theatre can all be experienced here.

There are three theatres at the centre, including the Canberra Theatre, The Playhouse and The Courtyard Studio. The Canberra Theatre seats 1244 patrons, while The Playhouse Theatre has seating for 618 people.

The centre is equipped with hi tech lighting and audio, designed to give theatre go-ers the best in live entertainment.

International Performances

There are live performances from places as far away as Russia, comedy from the UK and children’s shows from the United States as well as the best Australian entertainment shows touring the country.

Comedy, music, dance performances are regular features here, as well as circus & physical theatre. Midday music is also another feature.


The CTC is located in the National Monuments Triangle.

Visiting the Canberra Theatre Centre

Located at Civic Square in the heart of the city.

Civic Square
London Circuit

Phone +061 2 6275 2700

For more details and bookings, visit their website Canberra Theatre Centre.

Canberra Museums and Attractions

About the art galleries, attractions and museums in Canberra, see Canberra Attractions.

Further reading about Canberra ACT.


Hotels in Canberra

Accommodation and hotels in Canberra:

ACT Hotels


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