The multipurpose art centre built in the 1973 was declared open three months before the opening of another famous site in Australia, the Sydney Opera House. Conveniently located 50 metres North of the North Terrace, the building is distinguished by three geometric dome roofs and the plaza outside consists of a lego block structures. The building is home to South Australia’s performing arts. Travellers visiting the region on business purposes or for pleasure could consider staying at one of the hotels near Adelaide Airport such as Oaks Horizons. The hotel could be the base to your excursions including a trip to the Adelaide Festival Centre.
The Centre hosts cultural and artistic activities as well as various performances. The building is managed by a legal authority under the Adelaide Festival Centre Trust Act 1971. The Festival Centre consists of two different locations that feature six different venues namely The Dunstan Playhouse, Space Theatre, Artspace Gallery, Her Majesty’s Theatre, the Amphitheatre and Festival Theatre. It also feature two function spaces called the Banquet Room and Lyric Room. The Centre hosts the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, an annual event which usually takes place during the month of June, The OzAsia Festival as well as the Adelaide International Guitar Festival in July. Apart from hosting these events the Adelaide Festival Centre is also home to various theatre companies including Windmill Performing Arts, Brink Productions and The State Theatre Company of South Australia.
Thanuja Silva is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Auburn Silver. She has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+