Enjoy the rich offerings of Aboriginal culture, dance, comedy, and drama at one of the Territory's many theatres, festivals and outdoor events.

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Angela Keith, Darwin Festival, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. Photo: Seven Pamanui

All the Northern Territory's a stage, whether it's campfire out in remote Kakadu hosting a routine honed over thousands of years, or intimate capital city stages showcasing cutting-edge theatre.

Treading the boards in Darwin

You could be forgiven for camping out at Darwin Entertainment Centre and staying there. In any week you'll see major stage musicals, intimate reviews, comedy shows, kids theatre, ballet, plays, rock shows, and music recitals.

Watch Territory stories unfold with the Darwin Theatre Company's range of new work and contemporary adaptations of old favourites. Catch uniquely Top End intimate theatre performances in the heritage surrounds of Browns Mart.

Witness Territory talent alongside electrifying artists from across the nation and around the world in unexpected venues as part of the Darwin Festival, a packed program of art appreciation every August.

Performing in the Red Centre

Gain a deeper understanding of the red deserts, the blue skies, the early explorers and Aboriginal history through an Alice Springs theatre performance.

Discover the Red Centre's beating pulse with Andrew Langford's didgeridoo dinner shows at Sounds of Starlight Theatre. Celebrate over 60 years of community theatre with an Alice Springs Theatre Group amateur production in the heritage listed Totem Theatre.

Savour the Territory's best vantage point and oldest stories on the dunes overlooking Uluru at an exclusive Tali Wiru dinner. Discover Aboriginal history, language, spirituality, land and culture over an evening of fine food and wine, didgeridoo performances and a captivating local storyteller.