Run by the students in the Theatre Studies Programme at the University of Otago, this is the busiest theatre in Dunedin.
Taieri Dramatic Society, founded in 1948, are an enthusiastic group of theatre practitioners who provide live entertainment for the local community and beyond. The Society owns and runs the "Fire Station Theatre" in Mosgiel.
The Globe is where New Zealand's best known poet, James K Baxter, had his first plays produced. This 'theatre in a house' was created in 1961 by Patric and Rosalie Carey when they extended the living room of their house in London Street into an auditorium, converting it into a small, 30 seat theatre which they called The Globe. This was later modified into the 80 seat theatre which exists today.
This 'black box space' was established in 2016 by a group of theatre practitioners to provide a flexible, independent performance venue in Dunedin. It supports to new ventures and emerging practitioners, creating theatre and performance opportunities.
The Westpac Mayfair Theatre has set the stage for many theatrical productions over the years.
Formally Dunedin Operatic Inc, after the 1929 revival of the Dunedin Operatic Society, it became a major force in Dunedin’s cultural life, and is now considered Dunedin’s largest and strongest theatrical group, striving for the best possible professional standards. Many of Dunedin's most prominent performers first appeared on stage in Dunedin Operatic productions.
A little theatre with a big heart. The Playhouse is proud to provide Dunedin audiences with a wide array of entertainment for all ages and tastes.
Located in the Octagon, the Regent Theatre hosts many acts and events.