Venue & Ticketing
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Play Festival Pass*
Full Price $150
Concession Price $120
Single Play Reading / Keynote Address Ticket $20
Artist conversations FREE
All events are general admission.
Transaction and credit card fees apply to all tickets when purchasing online, by phone or in person.
*Play Festival Pass entitles entry to all play readings at the Eternity Playhouse. Nick Enright Keynote Address and Playwrights’ Program are not included.
For the Playwrights’ Program places are strictly limited and bookings must be made prior to the masterclass.
All playreadings, keynote address, and artist conversations will be held at,
Darlinghurst Theatre Company
39 Burton Street
Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Train; Museum Station is the closest train station and is a ten-minute walk to the venue. Alternatively, Central Station is a five-minute bus ride away.
Bus; There are many bus routes (travelling East/South East from the City) that stop on the corner of Oxford and Palmer Streets, a two-minute walk from the venue. 389 bus (which runs between Pyrmont and North Bondi via Town Hall) stops closest to the venue on the corner of Bourke and Burton Streets.
For all public transport options, we recommend planning your trip by visiting — transportnsw.info
There is no onsite parking and only limited timed street parking near the venue. Secure parking is available at Wilson Car Park at 70 Riley Street Darlinghurst, a 6-minute walk from the venue. There are early bird rates and $8 parking is available weekday evenings from 5 pm. For Saturday 24th March, we have an exclusive rate for National Play Festival attendees.
If you book your parking spot via bookabay.com.au and enter the promo code PLAY you will get the reduced rate of $5.50 for the day’s parking. No validation is required. See this link for further information
The best way to book tickets if you have any access requirements is to contact Playwriting Australia on (02) 8274 0900 or email email@example.com and notify on booking. Companion Card holders qualify for a complimentary ticket for their companion. Please contact Playwriting Australia to assist with Companion Card bookings.
Darlinghurst Theatre Company Eternity Playhouse has lift access to the theatre and foyer. An accessible bathroom is located on the lower ground floor. The theatre can accommodate patrons in wheelchairs and their guests. A hearing loop is installed in the theatre which operates only with hearing aids equipped with the telephone coil (T-Switch).
Guide Dogs and Assistance Dogs are welcome at all Festival events.
If you have any questions about accessibility, please contact Playwriting Australia.
(02) 8274 0900