In an encouraging sign for theatre in Sydney – where venues have been closed since late June due to the current lockdown – Rodney Rigby and Junkyard Dog Productions have announced that their production of the Tony and Olivier Award-winning musical Come From Awaywill reopen at the Capitol Theatre on 20 October.

Come From Away

With the NSW Government indicating that theatres will be able to reopen at 75 percent capacity once the state reaches a double vaccination rate of 70 percent of the eligible population – likely to happen in early October – tickets are now on sale from 20 October until 28 November 2021.

People attending the show, aged 16 or over, will need to show proof of double vaccination. All employees and contractors working on the production, including the cast, are also required to be fully vaccinated.

The Canberra season of Come From Awayhas been rescheduled from November 2021 to February 2022.

Producer Rodney Rigby of Newtheatricals said, “We’re absolutely thrilled to welcome audiences back to experience this extraordinary show, and...