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Old Fitzroy Theatre Logo and Images

Old Fitzroy Theatre

129 Dowling Street, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011

Since 1997, The Old Fitzroy Hotel has been home to one of Sydney’s first independent live theatre companies: The Tamarama Rock Surfers. Started by a group of actors looking to establish a venue for new and underground productions, the Rock Surfers have played an essential role in the development of the city’s independent theatre reputation. To date it has catered for over 88,000 punters and housed more than 133 shows, including the premieres of over 53 new Australian plays. It has produced work of such notable Australian playwrights as Brendan Cowell, Toby Schmitz, Sue Smith and Suzie Miller.

Each year, the Old Fitzroy Theatre hosts up to 12 main stage productions. These run for approximately four weeks from Tuesday to Saturday at 8pm and Sundays at 5pm. Every September, during the eight week submission process, the competition to fill these slots is fierce and the standard of work is as good as independent theatre gets anywhere in the world.

ArtSpace Logo and Images


43 - 51 Cowper Wharf Road, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011

Artists and their working practices are at the heart of Artspace. Advancing critical practices in contemporary art and culture, Artspace supports artists to create new work that defines the present and proposes future possibilities for contemporary art. As Australia’s leading international residency-based contemporary art centre, Artspace is both the key hub of the contemporary art community in Sydney, fostering dialogue between local artists, writers and curators and their national and international counterparts, and an evolving entity that connects with artists, audiences and ideas in an expanding range of sites regionally and globally.

Gallery41 Logo and Images


41 Riley Street, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011

Gallery41 is located on 41 Riley Street, just off William Street in the heart of Woolloomooloo. Gallery41 is an exhibition space for contemporary Australian ART including sculptures and paintings by Feyona van Stom. We have been here now 4 busy and ART filled years.

The Real Store

91 Bourke Street, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011
The Real Store is a showcase for social, ethical and sustainable design and living. Their vision is to create a global brand that demonstrates the ability to merge profit, philanthropy, design and sustainability into a business model that focuses on 'paying it forward'. Their products are sourced based on a concept of 'ordinary and extraordinary': ordinary products with extraordinary messages, ordinary people with extraordinary talent, brands that are inspired and people who are passionate. All the brands and products whether they be clothing, accessories, homeware, furniture, jewellery, candles, stationery or artwork are carefully selected to communicate a message for humanity. Each respective message can be found in the provenance, concept, design, writing or graphics in, on or around every item or brand for the store. Shop from the large range of lovely items at the Woolloomooloo store and you will be helping The Real Store support various global charities....

The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant

129 Dowling Street Corner Cathedral Street, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011
MopHead Productions, in association with Red Line Productions, is pleased to present The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant by Rainer Werner Fassbinder at the Old Fitz Theatre. Perhaps more well known as a daring German classic cult film, the story is an analysis of feminine psyche and a brilliant exercise in melodrama. She's fashion's latest success and it's about time. Petra Von Kant's life is fantastic. The divorce is done, she's as hot as she's ever been and she's cashed up. Her obsessive PA does everything for her, her mother's about to head off on a six-month holiday and her daughter has been shunted off to boarding school. Even old friends can't bring her down. But then she meets Karin......