Charlie and the Chocolate Factory The New Musical | Official Site

After premiering in Sydney, Roald Dahl’s delicious tale, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, will open its doors in Melbourne from August and is on sale in Brisbane. It’s a delectable treat featuring songs from the original film, including Pure Imagination, The Candy Man and I’ve Got a Golden Ticket, alongside a brand new, toe-tapping and ear-tickling new score.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory The New Musical | Official Site
Capitol Theatre

Theatre Address

13 Campbell Street Haymarket NSW 2000
Paul Slade Smith OLIVER ALKHAIR Phineaus Knickerbocker Cooper Matthews Flynn Nowlan John O’May Lucy Maunder

MAKE A WISH, COUNT TO THREE… Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to partner with Make-A-Wish® Australia

Producers John Frost and Craig Donnell are delighted to announce Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is partnering with Make-A-Wish® Australia to bring hope, strength and joy to children facing life-threatening illnesses.

As the official charity partner of the Sydney musical production, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will host a Gala Performance on Thursday 21 February 2019 at 7:30pm with the proceeds from 500 ticket sales going directly back to Make-a-Wish. Tickets can be purchased at

The funds raised from the 500 Gala performance ticket sales, plus other initiatives on the night, will be donated to Make-A-Wish, helping to fund the wishes of critically ill children Australia wide.

Producer Craig Donnell said, “We are absolutely thrilled to be collaborating with Make-A-Wish as our chosen official charity partner on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. One of the major themes in this production is the power of ‘pure imagination’ allowing your wildest dreams to come true.  We hope to help many deserving children get that opportunity.  Just as Charlie Bucket finds his golden ticket and changes family’s life, it’s our hope that this partnership will raise vital funds to give as many children as possible a chance for their wishes to come true.”

Make-A-Wish Australia CEO Sally Bateman said, “We are delighted to partner with the Gordon Frost Organisation on this fabulous production. Each year, thousands of Australian children are diagnosed with critical illnesses, and like Charlie Bucket, wish to escape their current reality.

Make-A-Wish works with sick kids, their families and medical teams to deliver unforgettable wish experiences that help kids imagine a future beyond their illness. With more than 700 families currently on their wish journey, we rely on the generosity of our partners, donors and volunteers to make these incredible wishes happen.”

Make-A-Wish Australia creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Since 1985, more than 10,000 wishes have been granted thanks to the generous support of partners and supporters in the community. When a wish is realised, a child discovers that despite their situation, anything is possible. Find out more about our wish program and the impact of this important work at