Australian production of COME FROM AWAY preparing to reopen at the Capitol Theatre in October

Come From Away photo by Jeff BusbyProducers Rodney Rigby and Junkyard Dog Productions has announced that the worldwide smash hit, Tony and Olivier award-winning musical COME FROM AWAY, is preparing to reopen at the Capitol Theatre in Sydney from Wednesday 20 October 2021.

With theatres able to reopen at 75% capacity until further advice from the NSW Government, tickets are now on sale for dates through to 28 November 2021.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to welcome audiences back to experience this extraordinary show, and our cast are eagerly awaiting their return to the stage,” said Producer Rodney Rigby of Newtheatricals.

“It’s a beautiful, triumphant show about human kindness and resilience, and couldn’t be a better reflection of the power of community spirit shown in New South Wales over the past few months.”

The smash-hit Broadway musical opened in Sydney on Thursday 10 June, immediately garnering rapturous reviews and accolades from audiences, before having to close down only two weeks later due to state Covid restrictions.

Proof of full Covid-19 vaccination will be required to enter the venue for all patrons 16 years and over, in line with NSW Government policy. COME FROM AWAY has a mandatory vaccination requirement for all employees and contractors.

Any ticketholders who are affected by the reduced capacity limits will be contacted by Ticketmaster Australia. For more information, visit: for details.

Image: Come From Away (Original Australian Company) – photo by Jeff Busby