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This is a new work for the stage that speaks to our current climate crisis. Written in the wake of the devastation of the 2019 bushfires it asks: What’s happening to winter? In hot, bushfire-prone Australia, our winters are becoming warmer and shorter. Will climate change eventually erase the season, leaving it to exist only in paintings, fairy tales and historical accounts? The End of Winter is about loss and resilience. From the award-winning team who created Good With Maps comes another sinewy, poetic and thought-provoking piece.

The End of Winter is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW, Griffin Theatre Company, and Critical Stages.

Presented by Siren Theatre Company

Cast & Creatives

Writer Noëlle Janaczewska
Director Kate Gaul
Production Designer Soham Apte
Lighting Designer Becky Russell
Composer Nate Edmondson
Co-Composer and Sound Designer Kaitlyn Crocker
Production Stage Manager Fiona Harding
Assistant Director Hayden Tonazzi
Publicist Victor Kalka

Performed by Jane Phegan

Performance Times

Preview Wednesday 2 February
Opening Night Thursday 3 February
Season 4 February – 12 February
Filmed Performance 9 February

Performance Times
Monday – Friday, 7pm
Saturday 2pm & 7pm

Please note, there is a complete lock-out on all performances and latecomers won’t be admitted, so make sure you give yourself plenty of time to get to us, grab a drink, and get settled.

Run Time
55 minutes


Preview and Digital Capture $35
Full Price $58
Concession $38
Monday Rush $20