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Some of the ways you can support us

Be part of THEATRE 180 and help us continue telling Great Stories while supporting Western Australian artists.

“When talented artists are given the financial resources and artistic freedom to create, magic will happen.THEARE 180’s innovative productions prove that artistic vision and commercial success can go hand in hand. I am proud to play my part to enable this Western Australian theatre company, who appeal to such a wide audience, to flourish.” Ron Siemiginowski THEATRE 180, Patron

The THEATRE 180 Public Fund (ABN: 33 042 434 145) is a tax deductible fund listed on the Australian Government’s Register of Cultural Organisations maintained under Subdivision 30-F of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997. Donations of $2.00 or more are tax-deductible.

Make A Donation

Make A Donation

Whether large or small, your donation will help THEATRE 180 in a variety of ways – by providing much-needed resources to support our administration or cover insurances and professional fees, or to help fund a particular area of our work such as set/props construction, wardrobe, Emerging WA Artist mentoring or script development.

Any donation over $2 is tax-deductible, and you can specify where you would like the money to go! Get in touch and let’s see how we can work together to make GREAT STORIES, WELL TOLD.

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Become A Partner

Become A Partner

Become a sponsor of THEATRE 180 and enjoy a range of benefits!

  • Centre Stage – Corporate 3-year package
  • G Row – Join us for the greatest view in the house
  • Green Room – Enjoy the inside view
  • Grand Circle – Start your legacy with the next generation
  • Founding Friends – Be part of our story

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Leave A Legacy

For many people, the opportunity to see and hear theatre over the years has enriched and nourished their lives in unimaginable ways. For many it is also a privilege, and the opportunity to provide a Bequest to THEATRE 180 will help to ensure that many more audiences will continue to benefit from the stories we tell, for many years to come.

Any donation over $2 is tax-deductible, and you can specify where you would like the money to go! Get in touch and let’s see how we can work together to make GREAT STORIES, WELL TOLD, and create your own legacy.

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We are so excited to announce we will be taking SYDNEY II: Lost and Found back on tour throughout regional WA in March! Thanks to funding through Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries & Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, THEATRE 180 will be to continue to share this very special West Australian story in Wickepin, Merredin, Margaret River, Harvey, Boddington, Kojonup and Corrigin. 
Bookings will open soon 😀

Photography: Stewart Thorpe
Actors: Tom O’Sullivan & Morgan Dukes
We are thrilled to be taking A Fortunate Life back to @acecinemas Midland where we started! Whilst there we will be celebrating our 100th performance of this very special show. The cinema also stands next to where Albert and Evelyn Facey’s last house was. We are equally as excited to then take the show to @grand_cinemaswa Bunbury! Evelyn Facey grew up there and Albert and Evelyn were married in St David’s Church Bunbury. Bookings are open at www.afortunatelife.com.au 
February 2022. Don’t miss it! 
#afortunatelife #bunbury #midland #theatre #theatre180
Final performance of the year for THEATRE 180 - A Fortunate Life at Joondalup @grand_cinemaswa 
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A wonderful morning spent by Jenny Davis, Stuart Halusz and Rebecca Davis with fabulous workshop participants exploring the craft of writing plays from oral and recorded histories. Lots of great ideas and conversation, prompted by the very many special stories within the walls of WA Museum Boola Bardip. Thank you Neil Sheriff for organising this lovely event and for your informative tour!

Participant Sharyn McCaskey gave some lovely feedback: What a brilliant workshop. The tidbits of information I took away will keep me educated and moving forward with my projects for quite some considerable time. A few hours very well spent.
We are back! 4 performances only!
The team is so excited to perform A.B Facey’s A Fortunate Life at Grand Cinema Joondalup tomorrow and Sunday as well as next weekend. All performances 3pm.
Sat 27 & Sun 28 Nov
Sat 4 & 5 Dec
Bookings: www.afortunatelife.com.au 
#afortunatelife #theatre180 #storytelling #joondalup #cinema
Following a commemorative, and 53rd performance of SYDNEY II: Lost and Found, the THEATRE 180 cast, crew, production team and board are at the Sydney II Memorial for the sunset service to mark the 80th Anniversary of the loss of Sydney II in the waters just behind us. 

#hmassydney #geraldton #sydneyii #memorial
Warwick:  We open SYDNEY II: Lost and Found  at Grand Cinemas Warwick tomorrow and have already sold out a number of shows!

Tickets still available for the following performances:

Tuesday 9 November 11am & 6.15pm
Wednesday 10 November 11am & 6.15pm

Tickets: www.theatre180.com.au

#theatre180 #theatre #perthhistory #navy #hmassydney #perthwhatson #perthisok #perthevents