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Newcastle Civic Theatre

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Georgia
Georgia
January 1, 2019
Catch a touring show, the ballet and live music.
Ange
Ange
August 10, 2018
This beautiful Venue is a Premier Regional Theatre & one of the most exquisite in Australia.
Louise
Louise
February 15, 2018
Always something on at the Civic - dancing, music, theatre.
Rex
Rex
May 25, 2018
Great performances and shows of all kinds play here
BnBCare
BnBCare
September 21, 2017
The Civic Theatre and Playhouse hosts a variety of different events each year, including award winning plays, musicals, comedy, ballet and dance and music performances.

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Establishment
“Getting there: You can catch a train from the Newcastle Interchange to Broadmeadow Station walking under the rail lines through the tunnel to head in the direction of the stadium OR you can catch the number 13 Bus from the University Bus Stop ”
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Point of Interest
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Centre commercial
“Westfield Kotara is a shopping centre located in the suburb of Kotara in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. It was opened in 1965 as Kotara Fair. In 2003 the shopping centre was purchased by the Westfield Group. The centre's major tenants include Coles, Target, Kmart, Woolworths and a David Jones. Address: Corner Park Avenue &, Northcott Dr, Kotara NSW 2289”
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375 Hunter St
Newcastle, NSW 2300
Téléphone+61 2 4929 1977