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176 Greenhill Road
Adelaide, SA 5063
Phone: (61) 8 82710444
Fax: (61) 8 82728675
The Bakehouse Theatre acts as the home ground of the professional theater groups: Accidental Productions, Five.point.one and an amateur group Unseen Theatre Company which stage theatricals in several genres right from classics to those of street plays. The theater is divided into two halls, the Main Theater with a seating capacity of 76 and Studio Theater with a capacity of 44 guests. You can check out regional or international performances depending on your mood and the show timings. With a fantastic sound system and stage set up, all the theater lovers are sure to have a wonderful time here.
One of the older-style theaters, Royalty Theater has played host to many diverse performances. Medium sized, with both stalls and a dress circle, it can be quite comfortably filled for plays or concerts. It is fully licensed and refreshments are available. As programs are not run on a regular basis, please call for schedules and other details.
This cozy little theater which is ideal for plays and smaller musical productions. Often used for specialist music concerts, such as those by visiting folk performers, it is a good place for less expensive entertainment and is popular with entrepreneurs trying to keep ticket prices down. As programs are not run on a regular basis, please phone for details of performances and admission costs.
One of the excellent facilities on offer at the Christian Brothers College, the Centenary Gymnasium is a multi-purpose venue that opened in 1983. From hosting tournaments and indoor sports, to an array of CBC's events, this gymnasium is buzzing with activity all year round. Their eclectic schedule features basketball, badminton, volleyball competitions, as well as dances and college ceremonies. This space is also the location for Music Palooza, the city's largest music fair.
The Latvian Hall is very closely located to the city centre and is a good spot for hosting events. This place has the largest wooden dance floor in all of Adelaide. The place also opens its doors to theatre performances, concerts as well as conferences and meetings. Cultural events are also held here.
The Hotel Metropolitan is no secret in the city of Adelaide. This fine establishment started off as a pub serving chilled beer and a few delicious snacks to go along with it. Soon it became a spot for local bands, where they'd perform and entertain a huge crowd. People have a great time here; drinks are available at great prices, while the staff is quite friendly. Today, it also serves as a hotel with 25 well-groomed rooms and it also owns the Theatre bar on Pitt street. Bands perform at that bar too. Do check out the website for more details.
Built in 1913, this this regal old theater has long been an affectionate favorite with Adelaide theater enthusiasts. It was first known as the Tivoli, and the opening night featured the great Lili Langtrey, "the Jersey Lily". Over the years the theater has played a colorful role in South Australian theater history. It is now managed by the Adelaide Festival Centre, enjoying a new life as the renovated Her Majesty's.
The splendid facade of the Adelaide Town Hall stands tall on the King William Street, around the corner of King William Street and Pirie Street. Construction on the structure began in 1863, based on the design by Edmund Wright and Edward Wood, and upon its completion in June 1866, was hailed as being among the 'most important edifices' to be built in the city. Over the centuries, the hall has been carefully preserved, and today it still retains its architectural glory, though some modern modifications have been applied to make it more environmentally efficient. The Adelaide Town Hall also serves as a premier event venue, offering several rooms and spaces that can accommodate a variety of events. Do see the website or call to know more.
You will find the Palace Nova Cinemas in Adelaide's bustling East End; one on either side of trendy Rundle Street and surrounded by some of the city's best cafes. These art house cinemas have ten screens showing the very latest movies from around the world. Start your evening with a meal at one of the stylish pavement cafes, take in a movie, then finish with an exotic coffee, all within a minute's walk of each other. Check website for show times.
Wallis Theatres - Academy Cinema City, a cinema complex is close to city shops and adjacent to the Rundle Street restaurant precinct. Academy is a five-screen cinema with two super screens featuring Dolby Digital sound. In conjunction with nearby restaurants, a special meal deal for a meal and cinema ticket is available. See the website for details of participating restaurants.
A former 100 year old Gothic architecture went through a series of changes and finally emerged as The Promethean; a live music venue. The colors and the richness of the era gone by has been very well maintained and preserved. Various art events and live performances adorn the venue, and you can catch some of the best names in the music industry here. Don't the fooled by the quaint setting, The Promethean has state-of-the-art sound and lighting, which only enhances the performances. The venue is open for business from Wednesdays to Sundays. Check website for schedules.
The horse trials in Adelaide's beautiful Adelaide Parklands have truly become a world-class event, earning an international four star rating - equivalent to an Olympic level competition. Horses and riders from around the world compete for three days, testing their skills in dressage, cross-country and showjumping. The cross-country phase takes contestants through the parklands, up and down hills, across creeks and over the formidable Rymill Park water jump. On-course catering is provided. To top it all off, the entry is free for all the three days.