Theatres

Q THEATRE, Auckland, New Zealand

Q Theatre is a "receiving house" for contemporary and innovative performing arts, especially intimate theatre and dance.  

Q Theatre includes:

COURT THEATRE, Christchurch, New Zealand

After the Arts Centre building was significantly damaged in the February 2011 earthquake, the Court Theatre found a new home in Addington. This new facility has been affectionately dubbed "The Shed" due to its original purpose as a grain storage silo. The new building consists of a large foyer area with a bar and box office, with the entrance to the main auditorium off to the side.

GRAND CANAL THEATRE, Dublin, Ireland

Opened in March 2010 the Grand Canal Theatre is a brand new 2,111 capacity purpose built theatre, designed by world renowned architect Daniel Libeskind.

GUANGZHOU OPERA HOUSE, China

Marshall Day Acoustics was selected for this project as part of a rigorous tendering process and the result is a beautiful asymmetrical auditorium design with the acclaimed London based architect, Zaha Hadid, who won the design competition in 2003.

BURRINJA CULTURAL COMMUNITY CENTRE, Victoria, Australia

The redevelopment of Burrinja Community Cultural Centre in Melbourne's scenic Dandenong Ranges provides a new theatre and significant improvements to existing gallery, rehearsal, activity and workshop spaces.  The facility now provides high quality arts, performance, education and community spaces to support and develop the regional cultural identity.

THE CONCOURSE - CHATSWOOD, Sydney, Australia

Formerly known as Civic Place, The Concourse represents one of the most comprehensive cultural infrastructure projects undertaken by a local government authority and Marshall Day Acoustics are pleased to have been appointed as acoustic consultant on this prestigious project on the North Shore of Sydney.

ALBANY ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, Western Australia

In 2006, architects Cox Howlett and Bailey Woodland were commissioned to design the Albany Entertainment Centre as the Albany Waterfront's centrepiece. DORIC started work in 2008 on the $70 million project.

STATE THEATRE CENTRE, Perth, Australia

The design of the State Theatre was successfully undertaken by our Melbourne based acoustic and theatre design team.

OAMARU OPERA HOUSE, New Zealand

The Oamaru Opera House is one of the most significant heritage places in Oamaru, important to the town and nationally to New Zealand for its historic, social, aesthetic and scientific values. This is recognised by its registration under the Historic Places Act and its listing on the District Plan.

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