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Walsh Bay Theatre Walk - Walsh Bay

The Sydney Theatre Walk honours 21 legends of Australian stage and screen in the form of individual plaques set into the paving stone. The theatre legends were chosen by Arts NSW, an independent panel in consultation with the Arts industry. The 21 theatre stars have at some point lived in NSW and each has made a vast contribution to the State's vibrant theatre scene.

Situated at Pier 2/3, the walk marks the location as a formal part of the Walsh Bay arts and cultural precinct which already plays host to the prestigious Sydney Theatre Company, Bangarra Dance Theatre and Sydney Dance Company.

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Walsh Bay Theatre Walk

The 21 stars included are as follows:

Neil Armfield AO - Director

John Bell AO OBE - Actor, Director

Wendy Blacklock AM - Actor, Producer

Cate Blanchett - Actor

Ruth Cracknell AM - Actor

Gale Edwards - Director

Nick Enright AM - Playwright, Director

Hayes Gordon AO OBE - Actor, Director, Teacher

Reg Livermore AO - Actor

Bob Maza AM - Actor, Playwright, Activist

John Maccallum AO CBE - Actor, Director, Producer

Robyn Nevin AM - Actor, Director

Barry Otto - Actor

Geoffrey Rush - Actor

Jim Sharman - Director

Brian Thomson AM - Theatre, Opera, Film Designer

Jacki Weaver - Actor

Hugo Weaving - Actor

Richard Wherrett AM - Director

JC (James Cassius) Williamson - Actor, Producer, Manager

Googie Withers AO CBE - Actor
Start Location Walsh Bay
Highlights Walsh Bay Arts and Cultural Precinct, Walsh Bay
Travel by Walk
Duration Full Day, Half Day or less.
Price Price Range Subject to change and availability