Ex-Students’ Association Events

Ex-Students Association AGM

You are warmly invited to  attend the Ex-Students’ Association Annual General Meeting at 2pm on Sunday 6th December 2020.

We hope to be able to hold the event onsite at Loreto Normanhurst, however will be adhering to the social distancing guidelines and advice from health experts. If we are not able to gather on site, the AGM will be hosted virtually on Zoom.

To register for the event, please email exstudents@loretonh.nsw.edu.au.

This will help us get in contact with you to confirm the location or to provide you with a Zoom link in the event that the meeting is held virtually. The Ex-Students’ Association can also send minutes to those who have registered. 

We look forward to seeing those of you who can attend in December.


Ex-Students Association Theatre Party


Loreto Normanhurst and Kirribilli Ex-Students  invite you to


at the Capitol Theatre, 3-15 Campbell Street, Haymarket, Sydney

on Thursday, 17th June 2021 commencing at 7pm

in aid of Mary Ward International

We are delighted to invite you to join our rescheduled Loreto Theatre Party on 17th June 2021.  This night is a fundraiser for Mary Ward International social justice programs.  Mary Ward International mission focuses on the empowerment of women and children, community development, social justice, poverty reduction, healthcare and protection against violence and trafficking.

We have an exclusive reservation for 200 premium seats in the Capitol Theatre, at a group booking price of $150 each (includes all ticket and GST fees).  The producers of ‘Come From Away’ have kindly offered a Q&A with the cast after the show (which is 100 minutes) exclusively for our group.

If you are booking for yourself and your friends through the TryBooking website, please remember to keep a list of names of those in your group so you can distribute the tickets when you receive them – this is very important. 

Bookings open on 30th September 2020 at www.trybooking.com/BLIFU

RSVP by  30 April 2021

Payment to the theatre is due 3 May 2021

If you are unable to join us, please consider a donation to Mary Ward International:  you can donate here.

Enquiries to:
Patsy Shannon – 0418 211 352
Email: pat.shannon@bigpond.com


“Come From Away” the Musical:

The Tony and Olivier Award winning Broadway Production follows the incredible real-life journey of 7,000 air passengers who were grounded in Gander, Newfoundland in Canada in the wake of the September 11 tragedy.  The small community of Gander invited the “come from aways” into their lives, providing hope and humanity to all those in need.  It is really a celebration of kindness and compassion which resonates with audiences – especially in this time of Covid-19.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see this breathtaking new Broadway musical written by Tony and Grammy nominees Irene Sankoff and David Hein, with Tony winning Best Director, Christopher Ashley and musical staging by Olivier Award winner Kelly Devine.

The musical has won countless awards internationally including the 2017 Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical (Christopher Ashley); Winner of five Outer Critics Circle Awards (New York) including Outstanding New Broadway Musical.  On top of this, the musical has received three Drama Desk Awards (New York) including Outstanding Musical, four Helen Hayes Awards (Washington, D.C) including Outstanding Production of a Musical, four Gypsy Rose Lee Awards (Seattle) including Excellence in production of a Musical and six San Diego Critics Circle Awards including Outstanding New Musical.

In 2019, the musical added to its international award tally with four Olivier Awards including Best New Musical, Best Theatre Choreographer (Kelly Devine), Best Sound Design and Outstanding Achievement in Music, along with four Broadway World UK awards, taking its international award tally to 41.

Australian audiences have furthered its record-breaking status, earning the title of most successful musical ever staged in the Melbourne Comedy Theatre’s 91-year history, and the audience-voted Ticketmaster’s “Ticket of the Year” award for 2019.