• Capacity

    198 seated and 25 standing

  • Size and Location

    208sqm
    Level 1

  • Used for

    Plays/live performance, Live music, Rehearsals, Workshops, Q+A events, Lectures, Film, Screenings, Streamed and interactives gaming, Presentations, Awards ceremonies, Promotional events , Meetings

  • Availability

    Monday - Friday
    7am - 10pm

    Saturday - Sunday
    7am - 11:30pm

From daylight ‘til limelight

Bondi Pavilion Theatre has been operating since 1974 and has been completely upgraded.

The venue hosts a variety of theatre and dance performances, music, film screenings, talks, festivals and events throughout the year.

The theatre is used for performances, Bondi Pavilion Creative Program, partner programs including, Jazz at the Pav, Flickerfest, Sydney Comedy Festival and the Sydney Fringe Festival.

This is an inclusive space that is accessible and fitted with Hearing Augmentation System. Patrons can purchase tickets from the Bondi Pavilion website.

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  • 3 Phase Power

  • Standard AV inclusions

  • Standard lighting rig

  • Standard projection inclusions

  • Standard theatre PA system

  • hearing support-system

  • lift access

  • mobility access

Standard Rate

  • Hourly (min 3 hours): $300/hr
  • Half Day (6 hours): $1,300
  • Full Day (12 hours): $2,000
  • Additional Hours: $260/hr
  • Weekly: $6,000


(Not-for-profit/Arts and Education groups receive 50% discount on rates)

Pricing applicable for 2023/2024 financial year

Event Staff  Charges and Fees

  • Technical Supervisor (min 3 hours): $86/hr
  • Lighting/AV Technician (min 3 hours): $65/hr
  • Front of House Supervisor (min 3 hours): $86/hr
  • Box Office Supervisor (min 3 hours): $65/hr
  • Front of House Attendant (min 3 hours): $54/hr

Minimum staffing charges apply contact venue hire team for more details

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