The Nowra Players, a non-profit community organisation, have been bringing live theatre to the Shoalhaven community since 1951. Our monthly meetings are held on the first Monday of the month at 7:30pm at the theatre. New members are always welcome.

The 141 seat, Players Theatre is located in Meroo Street, Bomaderry, NSW, Australia. We present four productions each year which incorporate a wide variety of styles from the classics, to children’s pantomimes, to musicals, right through to contemporary Australian dramatic pieces. We offer youth drama classes, hold an annual youth drama competition and regularly donate to local schools and charities.

To learn more about the Nowra Players current productions and how to become involved simply follow the links.

What's on?

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    The Ghost Train

    THE GHOST TRAIN – by Arnold Ridley, directed by Lyn Harnwell, production manager Jim Bieler, will be our second play for 2016. Performances from 28th May to 12th June Set in a lonely railway station in the depths of Cornwall, where the gas lamps flicker and shadows flit in darkened corners, comes a tale worthy of an early Hitchcock film. S (More...)

     
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    A Month Of Sundays

    20th August to 3rd September A comedy about the difficulties inherent in growing old. Cooper who has gone into a nursing home rather than become a burden on his family, flirts valiantly with the female staff, banters with the other old folks and keeps a close check on his "record of physical deteriorations”. Auditions are to be held 15th May at (More...)

     
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    Avenue Q

    Fresh out of college, Princeton is seeking to make his mark on the world, but can only afford an apartment on Avenue Q. While it may lack basic amenities, it does have an abundance of furry, colourful tenants. Princeton learns more from the avenue about relationships, money, sexuality, consequences and the internet than from any B.A. in En (More...)