BoilOver is an inclusive performance ensemble which aims to devise unique performances in a safe, supportive and fun environment. The ensemble creates opportunities for artists to explore their skill and creativity through a theatre setting.

Led by professional arts practitioners, members learn to develop skills and performance works over time. We also offer access to performance events and inclusive theatre festivals.

Through performance-making, our members increase their physical skills, emotional literacy, self-esteem, social networks and creativity.

Who is it for?

BoilOver is open to anyone over the age of 18 who has an interest in performing or in the work that goes on behind the scenes in the performing arts.  People with an NDIS plan can join this group.


Talk to us about cost. It can depend on if you use this program through a plan like NDIS.


Members meet weekly in Sunbury.

Previous Productions include:

‘Meet me at the Disco’: December 2022

Filled with high energy fun and self-expression, ‘Meet me at the Disco’ celebrated 1970s music and dancing.  Tickets included entry to a community disco.  You can see highlights from the show here.

The Bowery Theatre, St Albans

‘BUOY’: June 2022

Filled with high-tech audio visual and aerial performances, BUOY was a moving multisensory theatre experience exploring stories of what separates us and what keeps us connected.  You can see highlights from the show here.

The Bowery Theatre, St Albans

Upcoming Productions

We are busy rehearsing for our next production, The Birds, which will take place as part the Melbourne Fringe Festival.

Saturday 14 October
11am (performance)
12pm (Q&A and workshop)

Abbotsford Convent, 1 St Heliers St, Abbotsford VIC 3067

Book your tickets here.

Learn more

Contact us if you are interested in being part of this production, or you want to come along one week to see if BoilOver is for you.

Call 9744 4455 or email

You can also follow us on the BoilOver Facebook page or on Instagram.

Click here to download a copy of our brochure.


BoilOver acknowledges the support of Hume City Council and the Australian Council for the Arts.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.