Information for Teachers

School children and teacher outside Entertainment Centre

I couldn't be more impressed that you staged such a touching and enlightening experience for our local school communities.

Liza, 2019

Education Season Brochure

The Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre provides multiple ways for young people to engage with the performing arts. From experiencing performances to participation in high quality workshops, let us support your teaching with relevant and exciting opportunities for students of all ages.

Submit a booking request to reserve seats for your group. Once your booking is received our Box Office will be in touch to organise payment.

2022 Education Season


Jane Eyre

by Charlotte Brontë

Saturday 7 - Sunday 8 May | 8pm & 2pm

Suitable for
Years 9 - 12
Curriculum links
English: Novel study, text analysis, transformation of a classic text, and magic realism. Drama: Gothic theatre, ensemble theatre, contemporary theatre, and convergent forms.
A woman with a burning letter

The 13-Storey Treehouse

Live on Stage!

Thursday 2 June | 12:30pm & 6pm

Suitable for
Stages 1, 2, 3
Curriculum links
English (Early Stages, Stage 2, Stage 3), Mathematics (Stage 2), CAPA (Early Stages, Stage 2)
The 13-Storey Treehouse illustrated artwork


Friday 17 - Saturday 18 June | 11am & 8pm

Suitable for
Ages 12+
Curriculum links
Dance students in Stages 4, 5 & 6 with outcomes for Dance Performance, Composition, Appreciation and Dance as an Artform (Stage 6). Plus for senior (HSC) students - Dance & Technology.
Black & white image of a dancer contorting

Sydney Symphony Orchestra - Shining Brightly

Inspired by Bach

Friday 24 June | 8pm

Suitable for
All Ages
Curriculum links
Music 1: Music for large ensembles, Music of the 18th Century. Music 2: Music 1600-1900, Classical Music.
A member of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra plays the violin


by Samah Sabawi, directed by Bagryana Popov

Friday 12 - Saturday 13 August | 12pm & 8pm

Suitable for
Ages 14+
Curriculum links
Drama (Stage 6): Elements of Production in Performance, Theatrical Traditions and Performance Styles, Studies in Drama and Theatre. Drama (Years 7-10): Appreciating, Elements of Drama, Dramatic contexts – scripted drama. Entertainment Industry (Stage 6). Society and Culture (Stage 6): The Social and Cultural World, Social and Cultural Continuity and Change.
A woman wearing a head scarf holds a baby in her arms.

With Love, Amadeus

John Bell & Simon Tedeschi

Saturday 24 September | 8pm

Suitable for
Stages 5 & 6
Curriculum links
Music and Drama students in Stages 5 & 6

Edward the Emu

Based on the books by Sheena Knowles & Rod Clement

Tuesday 18 October | 10.30am & 12.30pm

Suitable for
Early Stage 1, Stage 1 and Stage 2
Curriculum links
English, Drama, Visual Arts, Science & PDHPE
Edward the Emu with a beachball

Education Season

The Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre is proud to present quality live performances that teachers and schools can confidently book for children and young people to attend.

We have now announced the shows in our 2022 Season! Many of the shows in our Education Season will be accompanied by artist-led workshops, offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Early 2022 we will make further announcements, however bookings are open now!

We look forward to seeing you back at the Entertainment Centre very soon.

Submit a booking request to reserve seats for your group. Once your booking is received our Box Office will be in touch to organise payment.

For our latest COVID Safety Information, please see below.

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