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Here is some helpful information to help you get the most out of your visit to Wollongong Workshop Theatre. If you have a specific question or need help planning your visit, please contact us.

Blackadder the Third at Wollongong Workshop Theatre

Our Venue

Wollongong Workshop Theatre is located at 190 Gipps Road Gwynneville (behind the Senior Citizens Centre). The venue is a 60-seat theatre with tiered seating and a foyer space. The main auditorium is accessed via a door from the foyer at the back of the theatre, with a couple of stairs leading up to the entrance, and stairs from the entrance down to rows A - E.

All tickets for Workshop shows are general admission seating. Please arrive early if you are part of a large group or wish to sit in a particular section of the theatre.

Accessible seating is available upon request. Please contact us to book accessible seating and discuss your specific accessibility needs. Alternative entry to the auditorium at stage level is available for patrons who have difficulty navigating stairs.

Click here to view a seating map of the theatre.

Getting Here


There is no on-site parking at Wollongong Workshop Theatre, but ample street parking is available near the theatre on Gipps Road and surrounding streets. Please refer to the parking signs for relevant restrictions.


The closest train station is North Wollongong, which is approximately 15 minutes walk from the theatre. A bus stop is located outside the theatre on Gipps Road. For more information and timetables, please visit Transport NSW.

Food and Drink


Snacks and non-alcoholic drinks are available from the snack bar located in the theatre foyer before the show and during intermission.


There are a number of options for grabbing a meal and a drink within walking distance of the theatre. The closest options are the Cin Cin Pizza Cucina and the Wiseman Park Bowling Club. Check the relevant venue websites for opening hours and dining options.

Health and Safety Protocols

The safety of our audiences, performers and volunteers is paramount. Please read the important information below regarding our current COVIDSafe measures, noting that we regularly update our processes based on the latest government advice.

  • You are welcome to wear a face mask. Please bring a fitted face mask with you if you wish to wear one.

  • Practice good hand hygiene. Hand sanitising stations are available in the foyer.

  • For the safety of our performers and patrons, please don’t visit if you are unwell. If you can no longer attend a performance due to illness, please contact us to amend your booking. We have updated our ticket exchange and returns policy to accommodate the evolving circumstances.

Enjoy the show!

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