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SEASON 2020: Bookings open soon!

Brown’s Mart is set to once again to engage your imagination and whet your theatrical appetite with a season of new plays, artist’s driven works and our popular Education program production.

From the team that brought you the Fah King Ridiculous and Hill Billy Horror comes their next comical adventure.  The Final Front Ear by the Royal National Theatre of Jingili will open on June 16.

New Babylon by Stephen Carleton is the companion piece to the 2018 hit The Turquoise Elephant.  The piece is the second in a proposed trilogy of absurdist works dealing with the climate change crisis.  Don’t miss this macabre comedy, set to open on 27 October for a two week season.

If you missed out on seeing Robert in Crisis by Scott Gooding during the 2019 Fringe here is your chance!  Winner of the 2019 Darwin Fringe Festival award for best performance, Robert in Crisis makes a welcome return to the Brown’s Mart stage on 14 April for a two week season.

This year’s ever popular Education Program piece is an Australian classic you will all be familiar with.  Away by Michael Gow tells the story of three internally conflicted families hoping a holiday at the beach will resolved the crisis that they all face.

Also returning for the Dry Season will be our ever popular Live on Friday’s, music in the Courtyard;  Club Culture – Cultural Celebration Performance Series, plus Evening Reads, our play reading series.

These are just some of the wonderful stories we will be sharing with you this Season.  Tickets will go on sale towards the end of the month.  For regular updates, sign up to our newsletter by heading to the homepage of our website.

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Brown's Mart Arts Ltd

(T/as Brown’s Mart Theatre)
ABN: 67 141 763 895


12 Smith Street Darwin City
GPO Box 3451, Darwin NT 0801

General Enquiries

P: 08 8981 5522
(during normal business
hours only)

E: admin@brownsmart.com.au

Theatre Entrance
Side entry Cnr Smith Street &
Harry Chan Avenue
[opposite bus terminal]