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Odeon Theatre

The Odeon Theatre is a professional theatre available for hire and managed by Patch Theatre Company. We are utilised by professional theatre companies and amateur groups, and the Odeon Theatre gives priority to performance for and by young people. The venue also has separate rehearsal space for hire at competitive rates.

Office for the Arts - Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport

The Office for the Arts (OFTA) develops and administers programs and policies that encourage excellence in art, support for cultural heritage and public access to arts and culture. Work by arts and cultural organisations and artists can inspire and challenge us, provoke new thoughts and ideas, and give us fresh perspectives on the world. OFTA believes all Australians, whether in regional areas or major cities, should have access to artistic and cultural activities, performances and exhibitions.

One Point 618

One Point 618 is an independent South Australian dance theatre  company, fostering creativity and artistic excellence in dance. Working with genres of contemporary dance, theatre, popular dance styles, music, design and technology, the company delivers innovative, accessible performances and educational programs for all ages.

Open Space

Our vision is to create a vibrant nucleus for artists, curators, audiences and their communities, enabling exploration and a deepening connection in an ever-changing world culture. Open Space supports artists and non-artists working in new and emerging art practices, providing them with opportunities to dream, develop, and present contemporary forms of story telling in diverse settings. Open Space understands criticality and community engagement are rich sites for collaboration and exchange. Through our work we open the space for dialogue and transgression from the cultural status quo.

Out of the Square

Out of the Square: planning, packaging, promotion and presenting arts and entertainment across Adelaide metropolitan venues representing:
  • Golden Grove Arts Centre
  • Marion Cultural Centre
  • The Arts Centre
  • Port Noarlunga
  • The Parks Arts and Functions Complex
  • Angle Park
  • Shedley Theatre
  • Elizabeth Star Theatre
  • Hilton

OzAsia Festival

Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival was established in 2007 and is held annually in September/ October (according to the lunar calendar) for approximately 10 days.

The Festival:

• Presents work by Australian artists that identify with an Asian heritage, stages collaborative work between Australian and Asian artists, and presents a cross section of traditional and contemporary cultures of Asia. In 2012, the OzAsia Festival has an Indian flavour yet a diverse range of Asian cultures are represented.