Important updates regarding COVID-19

All updates regarding COVID-19 will be posted here for our patrons and community.

Update: Thursday 14 January

We are actively monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and implementing appropriate measures based on the advice from health authorities. These are uncertain times, with significant impacts on the wellbeing and long-term viability of the arts and creative industries, including NORPA.

The NSW Government recently announced changes to the restrictions for Cinemas, Theatres and Entertainment Venues. Audience capacity has increased to 75%. All performances must be seated and 1-2 seats will remain vacant between groups. This is an exciting change and will see more performances happening at Lismore City Hall in the future.

The Box Office will reopen to the public on Monday 18 January 2021.

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UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

A number of upcoming performances at NORPA and Lismore City Hall have been postponed as follows:

NORPA 2020 Season

Postponed – new dates to be confirmed
Flow, a NORPA production

Non Season performances at Lismore City Hall

Postponed – new dates to be confirmed
Taylor Henderson | rescheduled to Sat 5 June 2021
World of Musicals | rescheduled to Wed 26 May 2021
The Tap Pack | rescheduled to Sun 27 June 2021
Bluey | new dates will be announced soon!

We’ll keep you updated via email and social media of any further changes.

TICKETING INFORMATION

Box Office will make contact with ticket purchasers for the cancelled and postponed performances via email and/or phone.

This is a very challenging time for NORPA, arts workers and the wider industry. If you’re able, you can support us by choosing a gift voucher for future use or a tax-deductible contribution instead of a refund. Your generosity will help NORPA and our community of artists, creatives and crew thrive on the other side of this extraordinary scenario.

Theatre connects us and nurtures community.  As we navigate our way through this precarious time for NORPA and the wider arts community, we appreciate and thank you for your support.