What's happening at the Pavilion.

It is with regret we have to announce the planned audition for Unnecessary Farce will no longer go ahead, and this play will not be presented by Castle Hill Players in our 2021 Season. Lockdown restrictions have extended far beyond original expectations and there simply isn't enough time left in the year to present all 3 of our plays as originally planned. We thank everyone who supported director, Julian Floriano and expressed interest in auditioning and we hope to see you at the Pavilion as soon as possible.
As things stand we can't announce any details of when we will be presenting our next production, Entertaining Angels by Rupert Everett, directed by Jennifer Willison and featuring a stellar cast including Julie Mathers, Linda Young, Rebekah Mowbray, Amy Austin and David Schad, however, as soon as we know you'll know!
In the meantime, chin up, shoulders back, stoic and determined we press on in to the unknown. Stay safe everyone, wear those masks, keep in touch with friends and family as best you can and know that we at The Pavilion can't wait to see you again.

Entertaining Angels

30 JULY - 21 AUG - 2021

*****Bookings Temporarily Suspended*****

Due to the current COVID Lockdown, Castle Hill Players has reached a decision to temporarily suspend sales for our next production, ENTERTAINING ANGELS, until we have a clearer indication of when performances will be able to go ahead.  The Management Committee sees this as the best way to deal with the present situation.  It is our hope we will open on Friday 30 July, as planned, however, we can't guarantee that at this stage.  All ticket sales already made will be honoured and as soon as we have a confirmed opening date we will advise everyone and sales will resume.  Be assured our enthusiastic cast and crew of this wonderful production are totally committed to continuing with their rehearsal schedule and are currently rehearsing via Zoom!


Can God be trusted to do anything right at all? Or is the whole thing a “divine exercise in trial and error”?

As a clergy wife, Grace has spent a lifetime on her best behaviour. By her own count, she’s poured two hundred thousand cups of tea, made four thousand six hundred quiches and baked two tonnes of light crust pastry. Now, following the death of her husband, she is enjoying the new-found freedom to do and say exactly as she pleases.

But complications are just around the corner as Grace’s eccentric missionary sister returns with some disturbing revelations. Grace is forced to confront the memory of her husband and the truth of their marriage whilst the new vicar reveals some very un-clergy-like credentials of their own.

A very English comedy that’s profound, absorbing and thoroughly entertaining.







It's been another unexpected year. We continue to wait expectantly for the day we can open our doors once more. Keep watching this space for any updates.


Once things open back up again you'll be able to use your Discover Voucher at the Pavilion Theatre.

We are still working on the online redemption - but call our booking number and Melz will assist you with booking.


COVID Safety Plan

The theatre has a covid safe plan available on the website. But here is a summary

  • Booking will be required, there will be no walk ups. You can book up to 15 minutes before the show starts.
  • We request you to scan in using the Service NSW QR code
  • Tickets are Allocated seating.
  • The auditorium will be open 30 Minutes prior to the start of the show.
  • Tickets will not be printed at the venue – your details will be checked at the door.
  • If you are feeling unwell or waiting for Covid test results, please let us know so we can reallocate your booking.

The bar is open but there is no tea or coffee service. This may change with circumstances change.

Please find the detailed plan here. and here



Reviews for The Cripple of Inishmaan

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We're Back for 2021

We’re Back for 2021

Bookings for each play will open 2 months before that play’s opening night. Please keep in mind there will be spacing between individuals and couples in order to comply with Public Health Safety Guidelines. 

The War of the Worlds

The War of the Worlds

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