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Central Coast Gang Show

The spectacular Central Coast Gang Show returns again in 2022! This all singing all dancing hilarious variety show is presented by the Scouts and Guides of the Central Coast and has something for all ages!

July 7th – 9th || Tickets from $25 – Book Here

Party of Apes

The apes have unlocked the power to traverse universes. On July 22nd, we invite you to come join us.

What strange lands will we encounter? What creatures will we discover? Who will we leave behind? (Probably Scott)

Come and experience the magic as we explore parts of the multiverse through long-form improvisation.

Rated M+

July 22nd 8pm || Tickets $25 – Book Here

Wyong Drama Group’s Clue

It is a dark and stormy night! Six colourful guests, an uptight butler and a saucy maid, gather for a dinner party at the home of Mr. Boddy. When their host turns up dead, it is clear that no one is safe! Soon the guests are racing to find the killer and keep the body count from stacking up. Based on the popular board game and adapted from the cult classic film, Clue is the comedy whodunit that will keep you guessing (and laughing) to the very end.

Was it Professor Plum in the Dining Room with the wrench or Miss Scarlet in the Hall with the rope? If you haven’t played the popular board game Cluedo then you might be puzzled. If you have, then the only mystery is WHO did it, WHERE and with WHAT! You are all the detective!

Let the Game begin!

August 2022 || Tickets from $25 – Book Here

Back By Midnight by Bradley Ward

Presented by Jopuka and Red Tree Theatre

Winner of The Red Tree Theatre Commission 2021


September 9th – 19th 2022 || Tickets TBC

Seussical The Musical

Presented by Jopuka

Family Friendly Musical!


October 7th – 22nd || Tickets TBC


How did Red Tree Theatre get its name?

The Foundation was inspired by The Red Tree (2001), a picture book written and illustrated by Shaun Tan. Richly illustrated, it presents a fragmented journey through a dark world, with images inspired by the experience of depression. The main character is a lonely red-headed girl. A red leaf from a red tree follows the girl through her day, stating how she feels and depicting her worries. Almost unnoticed in each picture is a small red leaf, symbolising hope. At the end, the little girl stands smiling at a beautiful red-leafed tree growing in her bedroom. See The Red Tree.

Elderslee Foundation recognises the connection between participation in cultural activity and the arts and well-being. We believe that by calling our major performance space Red Tree Theatre, we are taking our place in the creative community of the Central Coast, encouraging social connection and community cohesion, and making a positive contribution to the health and well-being of the community.

The Foundation commissioned Grant Maloney, a local artist to give expression to our Red Tree Theatre, and it is his evocative and dramatic painting in the foyer of our Centre that patrons see upon entering this space. This beautiful artwork reminds us of our shared humanity and the powerful connection between the arts, hopefulness and well-being.