For Schools

Shows for senior students

Our program of theatre selected from Gardens Theatre's 2020 professional season and the QUT acting students' showcase season provides an enriching and intimate learning opportunity for senior students studying Drama, Theatre Studies or English in Years 10 – 12. Education materials may be available for these productions, please enquire at time of booking.

After you've booked in to your chosen production, we invite you to consider booking a free pre-show workshop with QUT acting/drama student ambassadors through the Creative Industries Faculty.

Michael Veitch NEW DATES Season 2020 Hell Ship – The journey of the Ticonderoga 22 & 23 March 2021
3 older siblings NEW DATES Season 2020 Lamb 30 & 31 March 2021
Margaret Fulton NEW DATES Season 2020 Margaret Fulton – The Musical 13 & 14 April 2021
2 dancers in formal dress viewed from above NEW DATES Season 2020 Wallflowering 24 & 25 August 2021

Shows for primary students

QUT Gardens Theatre is pleased to partner with some of Australia's leading children's theatre producers to present a selection of professional theatre shows for younger children. Education materials may be available for these productions, please enquire at time of booking.

The Gruffalo's child NEW DATES Kids The Gruffalo's Child 7 – 10 November
The 91-Storey Treehouse NEW DATES Kids The 91-Storey Treehouse 12 – 15 November

Tickets and bookings

School group ticket prices are noted on individual show pages, and range from $15.00 p.p. to $27.50 p.p.

To book

Phone (07) 3840 7466
Online (search for your show via the drop-down menu)

Parking and access

Coaches may drop off or pick up passengers from Bus Zones near Alice Street, which is a 10-minute walk to Gardens Theatre. Visit Brisbane City Council's website for detailed and up-to-date information on coach parking in the CBD.

Visit our Getting Here page for information on car parking and public transport access.

Theatre etiquette

We recognise attending a live theatre performance may be a new and exciting experience for many students. Audience behaviour affects both the performers and other patrons and different behaviour standards apply than when going to the movies or a concert. We suggest the following tips to ensure students gain maximum benefit from their visit to the theatre:

Gardens Theatre reserves the right to expel any patrons if staff feel they fail to behave in a reasonable manner.

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