Theatre

Darebin Arts Centre is a performing arts venue with a theatre, large foyer, exhibition space and multipurpose function spaces for hire. Since opening in 1994 the Centre has established a strong following for community based performing arts, functions and events.

Darebin Arts Centre Facilities

  • Fully equipped proscenium arch theatre, with full fly-tower and orchestral pit seating 385 people
  • Leading technology audio-visual equipment and technical support staff
  • Ticketed venue providing professional in-house box office management system
  • Generous, newly renovated foyer comprising a welcoming reception desk and refurbished bar, both with accessible height counters
  • Malleable studio space available for hire, developments and rehearsals
  • Over 100 square metres of gallery and exhibition space
  • Fully equipped commercial kitchen available for hire
  • Co-working spaces available for short, medium and long term licenses
  • Accessible facilities including entrance, reception and bar counter heights, theatre seating, assistive hearing system, and bathroom facilities (including option of gender neutral toilets) 
  • 180 free onsite car parking spaces including four accessible parking spaces.

Bookings
Darebin Arts Centre
Phone: (03) 8470 8282
Email: dac@darebin.vic.gov.au

Further Information
See Darebin Arts Centre for more details.

Speakeasy is a year-round independent theatre program. Now in its second year, Speakeasy presents creative and challenging contemporary performances by emerging and established artists.

The Speakeasy program is presented at Northcote Town Hall and features artists from across Melbourne and beyond.

Visit the Speakeasy website for upcoming shows and tickets. 

The Loud Mouth theatre program is presented by Darebin City Council and provides quality, contemporary and creative programming specifically designed for children, young teens and families.

Loud Mouth takes place on school holidays at Darebin Arts Centre, with occasional events also held at Northcote Town Hall.

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