Marlborough Repertory Society (Boathouse Theatre)

At the confluence of the Taylor and Ōpaoa rivers lies the Boathouse Theatre, home to the Marlborough Repertory Society since 1971. Created out of a storage shed for rowing skiffs and wholly owned by the society this wonderfully intimate theatre designed by Raymond Boyce of Wellington. It has been the location for upwards of 100 productions encompassing full length and one act plays, musical theatre, theatre festivals, touring productions, book festivals and members club nights. Rooted in the community the theatre has been one of the powerhouses of the amateur theatre scene in Marlborough driven by the commitment and passion of its members and the generous support of the theatre going public.

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