Pier 2/3 – A Future Home
Since 1990 when John Bell first founded Bell Shakespeare, we have never had a permanent home to call our own.
The NSW Government’s landmark Walsh Bay Arts Precinct will change that.
WHAT IT MEANS FOR US
- Two new studios; multi-purpose spaces for rehearsal and performance, education programs and public engagement.
- State-of-the-art digital technologies across our venue
- Production facilities to support the presentation of our work.
- New administration offices that will unite the administration and production teams in one building
HOW THIS PROJECT IS FUNDED
The NSW Government has made a major commitment to help us deliver our new home.
We have committed to raising funds through our Infinite Space campaign to ensure our facilities are world-class for our creatives and audience.
We are indebted to those donors who have already committed their support to Infinite Space.
If you would like more information or would like to support our campaign, please contact Debra Reinecke, Head of Development on 02 8298 9082.
The planning application has been approved for the Walsh Bay Arts Precinct redevelopment. The application outlines plans for an integrated performing arts and cultural precinct along with an enhanced public domain in Walsh Bay.
Find out more about the plans for the future of the Walsh Bay Arts Precinct by: