Albany Entertainment Centre

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Albany Entertainment Centre

Situa­ted on the edge of Princess Royal Harbour, the Albany Ent­erta­in­ment Centre is the re­gion's lead­ing per­form­ing arts venue.

The Centre was de­signed in 2006 by Cox Howlett and Bailey Woodland to be a bold­ly styled state-of-the-art venue and the centrepiece of Albany Waterfront pre­cinct. Con­struc­tion began in 2008 by DORIC, with com­­ple­tion in September 2010, at a cost of $70 mill­ion.

The Princess Royal Theatre is a mag­nific­ent 620 seat pro­scen­ium arch theatre, with re­mark­able acoustics, flying facili­ties, an orchestra pit, and cutt­ing edge theatre light­ing and audio systems, it is suit­able for a wide range of events.

The Kalyenup Studio on the ground floor is suit­able for in­tim­ate con­certs or corpor­ate dinners, can acc­ommod­ate up to 200 people, and be divided into two acoustic­ally separ­ate rooms.

The Hanover Room on the 1st floor has mag­nific­ent views of Princess Royal Harbour and is suit­able for con­ferences up to 20 people or small cocktail even­ings for up to 60.

The Foyer bar is open for pre and post-perform­ance drinks and snacks. The View re­staur­ant with floor to ceil­ing windows is fully licensed and offers a range of dining options from a simple coffee to a formal dining area.

The Princess Royal Theatre is a mag­nific­ent 620 seat pro­scen­ium arch theatre with re­mark­able acoustics

Park­ing is avail­able for 135 vehicles with overflow park­ing, bus and taxi rank nearby. The Centre features ACROD park­ing bays, auto­matic doors, wheelchair locations in the Stall and Circle seat­ing areas, lift access, an acc­ess­ible box office counter, toilets and baby change area. A Hear­ing Aid Loop is pro­vided in the Princess Royal Theatre.

Please note, mobile phones must be turned off during per­form­ances and photo­graphy is not per­mit­ted. Latecomers may have to wait for a suit­able break before being admit­ted.

Article updated 02/09/2015.