Norwood Concert Hall
The Norwood Concert Hall has played host to Adelaide Festival performances and acts including Rufus Wainwright and Sarah Blasko.
Norwood Concert Hall
175 The Parade, Norwood (George Street entrance)
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The Norwood Concert Hall caters for events of all sizes, including Adelaide Festival productions, international acts, product launches, school concerts, cabaret acts, grand balls and weddings.
An outstanding example of late Edwardian architecture and protected by the National Trust, the Concert Hall has been renovated to the most exacting standards to preserve and enhance both its character and detail.
The elegant character of the venue combines with practical new features including, modern kitchen and bar facilities, theatre lighting, audio equipment and wheelchair accessibility.
Venue features include:
- theatre style seating
- open dance floor
- ample stage area
- theatre lighting
- audio equipment
- two fly towers
- wheel chair access
- modern kitchen and bar facilities.
Apart from its stunning architecture, the central feature of the Norwood Concert Hall is the main hall and its ample stage area.
As a concert venue, the main hall can seat between 150 and 790 in luxurious surroundings.
The stage measures 15m x 16m, making it the second largest in the State.
The two fly towers are 11 metres high and the under stage dressing room complex is large, with private rooms, bathrooms and air-conditioning.
As a cabaret venue, the Norwood Concert Hall, with a floor space of 460 square metres, can cater for up to 340 guests seated at tables of 10 with an additional 179 fixed seats in the gallery.
As a wedding venue it can seat between 50 and 300 for a sit down dinner with provision for a large dance floor.
How to make a booking
A loading bay is located outside the hall in George Street.
Public car parks are available in the Webbe Street car park, behind the Norwood Town Hall or in George Street beneath the Cinema complex.
More information. visit: The Parade Norwood - Parking