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Opera Venues


Abbotsford Convent
Link / Contact: www.abbotsfordconvent.com.au
Located within the grounds of the historical Abbotsford Convent, Rosina features polished hardwood floors, atmospheric high ceilings including exposed trusses, original leadlighting, large industrial kitchen and access to an enclosed private courtyard. The Rosina Function Space can accomodate 250 seated or 350 standing.

Alexander Theatre
Link / Contact: www.monash.edu.au/mapa/venues/alex/index.html
The Alexander Theatre was intended for performance of all kinds, including film projection. Boasting a fly tower, fore-stage lift and a false proscenium which can be adjusted over a wide range of variables, the venue is truly flexible.

Arts House Meat Market
Link / Contact: www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/ArtsHouse/venue/Pages/MeatMarket.aspx
Arts House is a City of Melbourne contemporary arts initiative. Arts House presents a curated program of contemporary art featuring performances, exhibitions, live art, installations and cultural events.

Athenaeum Theatre
Link / Contact: www.athenaeumtheatre.com.au
The Athenaeum or Melbourne Athenaeum is one of the oldest public institutions in Victoria, Australia, founded in 1839. Fully staged operas as well as musical productions are performed throughout the year. It is the home of Melbourne Opera Company.

BMW Edge
Link / Contact: www.fedsquare.com
The BMW Edge offers a unique audience experience. See a play, attend a launch, hear a speaker or listen to a recital, all against the dramatic backdrop of some of Melbourne's favourite icons. Through its glass 'skin' this modern amphitheatre enjoys views of the Yarra River, The Alexandra Gardens, Melbourne Cricket Ground and the Victorian Arts Centre spire. Located at the river end of The Atrium, BMW Edge has a seating capacity of 450 people. The striking contemporary fit out was made possible through the generous support of BMW Group Australia.

Central Hall
Link / Contact: Robyn Wade 03 9953 3000
Located just five minutes from the CBD in Brunswick St and replete with magnificent architectural flourishes, Central Hall combines historical elegance with modern functionality.Excellent acoustics, a fully sprung timber floor, ornate plaster ceiling (added in 1912) and elegant cantilevered balcony are some of the unique features of this grand building.Known until the 1960s as Cathedral Hall, Central Hall was built in 1873 as a boot factory, which was skillfully incorporated into a larger structure in the early 20th Century and includes the Supper Room and Music Recital Room.The Catholic Church has nominated Central Hall as the heart of their planned public arts community. It is available for catered events, concerts, theatre performances and music recitals. An adjacent art gallery adds to the site's appeal.

CHAPEL OFF CHAPEL
Link / Contact: www.chapeloffchapel.com.au/about-chapel-off-chapel/venue-hire
The intimate 250 seat Chapel (in the converted former Independent Church of Prahran) has lured a steady string of stars - Shirley Bassey, Noel Gallagher and Wolfmother are just a few names on the long (and growing) list of artists who have enjoyed its reverent atmosphere and sweet acoustics. It is best known as the home to the popular "Live at the Chapel" series.

Collingwood Town Hall
Link / Contact: www.yarracity.vic.gov.au
The Italianate style Fitzroy Town Hall is one of Melbourne's most attractive and imposing buildings. Erected in two stages, it was opened in 1874 and embodies the highest standards of a style which epitomises the Victorian age. The ornate clock tower and the grand Corinthian columns and temple form, echo imperial Rome and present an unusual composition.

Comedy Theatre
Link / Contact: www.marrinertheatres.com.au
Built in 1928, the Comedy Theatre is a blend of European flavours. The exterior is a replica of a Florence palace, while inside, the colours and design give it a distinct Spanish style. The Comedy Theatre was built on a very historic site for theatregoers, originally the location of the Hippodrome, which flourished with circuses and horse-and-tank dramas.

Elephant & Wheelbarrow
Link / Contact: stkilda.elephantandwheelbarrow.com.au
Bar with regular live gigs. Suitable for Cabaret Style performances

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