Musos, artists, comedians, Fringe festival participants and the like. Let me tell you about a hidden gem that the locals at Woodville have been keeping on the down low – the Woodville Town Hall.
The old school charm of the Woodville Town Hall immediately evokes a creative ambience and vintage feel to the venue. The crystal chandeliers and impressive stage are comparable to the days of grand theatres or the lounges that housed the soulful musical stylings of the jazz age.
And did you know you can hire it out for just about anything, from gigs to weddings, awards nights, cocktail events, long-table dinners, markets, and conferences.
The gorgeous venue is looking to cement itself as the next go-to creative space and live music venue in Adelaide, with a huge lineup of music and comedy events planned for the year.
With its high ceilings and upper balcony, the main hall caters for up to 900 people for larger events or concerts, while the just as charming but intimate Murree Smith Hall is ideal for events such as Fringe shows and art exhibitions.
Now, let’s talk location, location, location. If one wanted to see a show and make a night of it, The Woodville Town Hall is owned and operated by the City of Charles Sturt and only a mere 20 minutes from the CBD. Surrounded by convenient parking, public transport access and a variety of eateries such as Vietnamese, Thai/Cambodian, Indian, Italian, Chinese and pub style meals.
Looking for a venue? You can find out more, and book, here.
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