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Opera Venues

Melbourne Venues
Link / Contact: www.melbournevenues.com.au
Various smaller venues for hire

Mural Hall
Link / Contact: www.muralhall.net.au
Take one step inside Mural Hall and you will be transported to another world. Perhaps it is the Parisian inspiration, the parquet flooring or the 18th century style mirrored commodes that dance light around the room, that create the illusion that you are celebrating in a lavish European ballroom. Or perhaps it?s because you are.

Mycelium Studios
Link / Contact: enquiries@myceliumstudios.com
Mycelium Studios is a multidisciplinary studio that operates at the intersection of art, design and the environment. Our mission is to create a space in which to exchange, develop and execute ideas that inspire people to re-imagine the world and our place within it.

National Gallery of Victoria
Link / Contact: www.ngv.vic.gov.au/
Founded in 1861, the National Gallery of Victoria is Australia's oldest public art gallery.

National Theatre
Link / Contact: www.nationaltheatre.org.au
1920 building formerly known as Victory Theatre located in Melbourne's beach side tourist precinct of St Kilda. Converted to 783 seat proscenium arch theatre by National Theatre Movement 1972-74. Popular community arts venue as well as for commercial acts (Steeleye Span, John Williamson,Evermore) and musicals (RENT, PARIS, LES MISERABLES, MERRY WIDOW etc)New Sound System installed 2005/06, handicapped access 2003, extended dressing room facilities 2006 and extra dimmers 2005. 23 fly lines (counter-weight). Stage area 12.19m x 27.43m. Proscenium opening 10.66m, wings 4.57m both sides. Pit depth 2.12m, pit area 69.67 squ m. Film projection 16mm and 35mm

Phoenix Theater
Link / Contact: Manager: 0412 555 250
The Phoenix Theatre, Elwood, is a small, well-equipped theatre that is ideally suited to serve school plays & graduations, theatre groups, dance concerts, calisthenics, seminars, lectures/debates and conference presentations. The Theatre is situated at Elwood College - 101Glenhuntly Road, Elwood. Entry for Bumping In and Out of Theatre is via Goldsmith Street. Parking is available outside of school hours and on weekends, with access via Shelley Street. (at rear of school grounds)

Link / Contact: www.theartscentre.com.au
Designed specifically for drama, the Playhouse can also accommodate an orchestra for dance, musical comedy and chamber opera. It seats up to 884 people and is renowned for its foyer collection of aboriginal artworks. For venue-hiring enquiries email prog@theartscentre.com.au or phone (613) 9281 8450

Preston City Hall
Link / Contact: www.darebin.vic.gov.au
In 1929 Prestion built a new Town Hall to increase the size of existing space. Much of these extensions and a new façade were completed in 1934 and are exceptional in their stylistic unity with the original Birtwhistle and Scanlon design. The hall now features wooden floor, stage with disabled access, commerical kitchen, tables, chairs, PA system and dressing rooms available.Capacity: 600 theatre style seating (includes balcony). 300 seated at round tables.

Richmond Town Hall
Link / Contact: www.yarracity.vic.gov.au
The Richmond Town Hall built in the classic Victorian style was sensitively refurbished in 1991. This magnificent building features access by staircase and lift, bar and kitchen facilities and is conveniently located only minutes from the central business district. The Richmond Town Hall also features on-street parking and disability access.

Robert Blackwood Hall (Monash University)
Link / Contact: www.monash.edu.au/mapa/venues/rbch/
The Robert Blackwood Hall is suitable for concerts, graduations and speech nights. Highly acclaimed for superb acoustics, it is the venue of choice for high profile commercial recordings. The foyer contains inspiring paintings by Australian artists for example Arthur Boyd, Philip Hunter & John Walker. There is a glorious Leonard French stained glass window.

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