Performing Arts + Concert Halls + Theatres + Multi Purpose + Music Schools + Studios & Broadcast

2SER - UTS Community Radio Station, Sydney

2SER is located in the historically significant building at 9-13 Broadway, the former branch of the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, and associated with prominent nineteenth century Sydney architects Walter Liberty Vernon and James Wardell.


Copenhagen Arena is a multi-use indoor Arena in Orestad Syd, a new development in the city of Copenhagen. The arena will be used to hold sporting events, such as ice hockey and handball as well as music concerts. Depending upon use capacity will vary from 10,000 to 15,000 seats.

TECT ARENA, Tauranga, New Zealand

A vision for growth and sustainability of Tauranga's sporting hub has resulted in a flexible, multi-purpose arena to serve the cultural, social and sporting needs of the expanding city.

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:

HAMER HALL, Melbourne, Australia

Following a competitive tendering process Marshall Day Acoustics was appointed in partnership with Kirkegaard Associates to the renovation of Melbourne's Hamer Hall. Opening in 1981 and originally designed as a venue for symphonic performance, the venue's busy schedule now covers a wide range of performance types, requiring adaptable acoustic conditions and short change over times.

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.


The redeveloped Gallery provides a focus for Auckland's cultural precinct where the public can enjoy a diverse range of exhibits, experience the ambience of the building and adjacent park, and gather for functions and seminars. 


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.


The redevelopment of Claudelands was commissioned by the Hamilton City Council to provide a multi-zoned events facility close to the CBD. Claudelands incorporates a 6000 capacity entertainment arena, a four-star conference centre and a combined 10,000m² of indoor and outdoor exhibition space.

Syndicate content