Backstage Tours

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Tuesday 29 September 2020, 10am
Presented by DRTCC

Step behind the red velvet curtain and see what goes on behind-the-scenes at the award-winning Dubbo Regional Theatre!

We’re giving you special access to explore the spaces normally hidden from the eyes of the public in our enlightening Backstage Tours.

Led by a member of our professional team, experience our Theatre from a different angle and gain access to backstage rooms, hidden passageways and mechanical apparatuses unknown to anyone but our technical team and performers.

During the tour you will be entertained with secrets and stories about some of the productions that have graced our stage, and hear fascinating facts about our impressive venue.

Your sneak peek tour will include an opportunity to get a performer’s eye view and stand on the same stage that has hosted the many actors, dancers and musicians who have entertained our audiences since we opened ten years ago.

Get an insight into the magic of theatre and don’t miss your chance to go behind-the-scenes on our COVIDsafe Backstage Tours. Numbers are limited to 10 people under the current restrictions, so bookings are essential.


When: Every Tuesday and Thursday at 10 am – please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to tour start time

Tour Departure Point: Box Office (inside main doors of the building, Darling Street)

Duration: 75 minutes

PLEASE NOTE: The Dubbo Regional Theatre is a large building and lengthy corridors and stairs may need to be used on the tour route. There is little opportunity for sitting during a tour. With advanced notice, tours can be custom-designed for those with particular access needs.

Children and young people are welcome on tours but must have their own ticket. Children aged 5–16 must be accompanied by an adult. Our suggested minimum age to visit on a tour due to its content and length is five years and over.

Open toed shoes are not permitted.

Photography is permitted in designated areas only.

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