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Welcome to Wollongong’s Home of the Performing Arts

Merrigong Season 2024

Get more with a Season Ticket

When you choose a SILVER or GOLD Season Ticket you unlock access to brilliant benefits and exclusive offers. This includes:

An invitation to Merrigong’s Season 2025 Event

Merrigong Loyalty Card 

The Best Seats While there isn’t a bad seat in the house, becoming a Season Ticket Holder means you get access to your pick of the bunch before tickets go onsale to the public 8 Dec 2023. Book early for the best selection.

Share with Family and Friends Treat your loved ones by purchasing unlimited discounted tickets to shows in our 2024 Mainstage Season. Must be purchased at the time of booking your Season Tickets.

Real Flexibility Life happens, so we offer Season Ticket Holders a free ticket exchange for every show in your package. This is for any available Season 2024 performance. (Where prices vary, the difference will be charged or refunded accordingly). Please contact us at least one working day before your booked performance.

Exclusive Food and Drink Discounts Enjoy 10% off at our bars and The Social café plus other special offers throughout the year.

Pay Half Now Half Later If paying by credit card you can choose to pay half upfront, and the remainder on or close to 16 Apr 2024.

Exclusive Offers Get discounted tickets to other selected shows throughout the year (10% off up to two tickets per Season Ticket Holder).

The Woman In Black
(17 – 21 Jul)

Augustin Hadelich and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra
(Sat 17 Aug)

Opera Australia La Boheme
(26 – 28 Aug)

Kaz & Jude’s Menopausal Night Out
(Fri 18 Oct)

Come Together

This year we are inviting you to “Come Together” to experience the thrill of live theatre. With so much going on in the world, we want to remind audiences what this really means, so in our season brochure we’ve asked members of our community to share what “Come Together” means to them.

For us, it is the thrill you get when you share great experiences with friends and loved ones. And there is a particular thrill that only comes from live performance. A live theatre show is a one-off moment in time that you share with an audience – no two performances are ever exactly the same, and that exact combination of audience members will never be together again either – it is a totally unique experience.

This year, we’ve selected a dynamic range of productions, with intriguing stories to enjoy, together, here in Wollongong.

Meet the people behind the faces on our brochure cover as they share what “Come Together” means to them…

“There is always a friendly atmosphere when attending a play or any show. Being a Season Ticket Holder keeps one connected to the community and coming together.”
Marie Mitchell-Stanley, Inner Circle Donor

“To me, Come Together means being together  with your friends doing something we all love.”
Ethan Green, The Strangeways Ensemble

“The reason I keep coming back is to see the reaction on our patrons’ faces, be it happy or sad. The camaraderie that happens between staff is awesome.”
Geoffrey Markham, Merrigong Volunteer

“The creatives and patrons of Merrigong come together to create real stories. My time here has shown me the importance of that connection when it comes to making a good show into a great one.”
Kay Proudlove, Writer and Performer

“Merrigong is an incredible place where the community can all come together to enjoy, witness and appreciate the different perspectives of art and performance.”
Sienna Karunarathne, Young People’s Program

“No art is ever done by oneself. The entire artistic process is an amalgamation of the people around you as you build a work. It’s something you could never reach locked away in a study, but as you come together within the theatre, the magic starts to once again spark.”
Nick Vagne, MERRIGONGX Artist

“Like the meeting place of a river, Come Together means many people from different areas find a way to proceed on the Land we share, celebrate, work and live on. All come to connect, celebrate and support each other.”
Danielle Moylan, Dunghutti/Gumbaynggirr Merrigong’s First Nations Engagement Coordinator

Mainstage Season

Kids and Families