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Rosina Auditorium

Key Venue Features

Raised stage
Polished floorboards
Mirrored wall with ballet barres

Venue Dimensions

Hall: 21.8m x 13.6m (298.2m²)
Proscenium stage : 8m x 3.3m (26.9m²)

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Rosina Auditorium Venue Pricing & Information

Key Venue Features

Raised stage
Polished floorboards
Mirrored wall with ballet barres

Venue Dimensions

Hall: 21.8m x 13.6m (298.2m²)
Proscenium stage : 8m x 3.3m (26.9m²)

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Rosina Auditorium Venue Pricing & Information

About

The Rosina Auditorium is a vast 1930s multi-use creative space. It comprises a large hall with polished floorboards, arched leadlight windows, a mirrored wall and barre, dramatic overhead timber beams and a raised proscenium stage. With a dedicated backstage area, it is an ideal performance space. The adjacent Yellow Room is also available for hire as a green room.

The Rosina Auditorium has served many uses in its time. While the Rosina Building was originally used to accommodate Convent residents, its Auditorium predominately functioned as an entertainment space used for performing arts and music tuition.

Please note this venue is only available from 27 June until 24 July and 30 November 2022 onwards.

Facilities

The space has numerous power outlets and 3-phase power available. Rosina Auditorium is heated and features a mirrored rear wall and ballet barres. Additional facilities including tables, chairs, whiteboards, heaters, and fans are available to hirers. Basic AV equipment is available to hirers.

For venue capacity, rates and floor plan click here.

Accessibility

The Rosina Auditorium is wheelchair accessible through the Rosina Courtyard entrance.

Gender-neutral and accessible toilets are available close to venue.

Make an enquiry

Abbotsford Convent’s varied indoor and outdoor spaces are perfect for inspiration, creativity and collaboration.

To hire a space, simply fill out our Venues Enquiry Form and a member of our team will be in touch.

By hiring a space at the Convent you are supporting the long-term sustainability of our not-for-profit arts, cultural and learning precinct for everyone to enjoy.