Cottesloe refurbishment

Tue, 6th Nov 12
Cottesloe to close for updating

It has been announced that from February 2013 the Cottesloe Theatre will be closed and refurbished as part of the NT Future Transformation project. The space will re-open in spring 2014 and be renamed the Dorfman Theatre with improved facilities. From April 2013 the NT will open The Shed: a temporary performance space at the front of the building. "Celebrating new theatre that is adventurous, ambitious and challenging", the programme will feature a mix of emerging and established artists, visitors from around the world and a range of unexpected collaborations.


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