Adelaide Fringe Venue Focus: Adelaide Town Hall

9 February 2016 | 1:01 pm | Artist Submission

"The arts in Adelaide continues to surprise, develop and excite audiences."

Answered by: Michelle Wubbolts

Address: 128 King William St 

What excites you about being a venue of the 2016 Adelaide Fringe festival? The colour, variety and uniqueness of Adelaide Fringe events. You can experience live music like you never have before in our venue. Adelaide Town Hall has magnificent architecture and a history that spans 150 years.

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How many performance spaces are being used in your venue this Fringe? Three performance spaces: Banqueting Room, Auditorium, Meeting Hall.

What's the most rewarding aspect of being a Fringe venue? Being part of the atmosphere and feeling the 'buzz' in the city during Fringe. We love the fact people from all over South Australia can attend a performance or two in our venue and experience unique entertainment.

Tell us a bit about the team working at the venue over Fringe? The team at Adelaide Town Hall are experienced event coordinators, front of house staff and venue staff who enjoy the atmosphere of Fringe and are dedicated to delivering high quality customer service and performance excellence.

What do you think the future is for the Australian arts landscape? We think that Australia has an exciting future arts landscape. Our own art program is developing year by year. The arts in Adelaide continues to surprise, develop and excite audiences.

What are you excited to see at this year's Fringe? Our 'One Night Only' live music performances, including You Must Remember This, Hannah Yates, The BordererS, Piano Illuminato and Dumb Things. Also, The Garage International in the Meeting Hall and the Sammy D Foundation Comedy Gala in the Auditorium.