Woodville Town Hall is a gorgeous heritage venue with a proud history of art, music, film and dance. Owned and operated by City of Charles Sturt, the venue has undergone a renewal in recent years and is quickly becoming one of Adelaide’s favourite new venues for live art and events. Mayor Angela Evans says, “City of Charles Sturt is proud to be bringing new life into the historic Woodville Town Hall.”
The venue has put this vision into action with an impressive first year program including AltFest – an alternative music festival headlined by Australian rock&roll favourites Dallas Frasca, A sold-out performance by US quintet Punch Brothers, Winter Comfest headlined by Urzila Carlson and Nazeem Hussain which saw 1000 people attended across two nights, and still to come 3 huge nights of contemporary music at its best in November including The Glad Tomorrow featuring Katie Noonan and Australian String Quartet on 2 November and November Nights on 8 and 9 November headlined by Mojo Juju, Ella Hooper (above) and Thando. Almost every event has included local artists on the line up and the venue is committed to supporting organise live and local music as part of its program moving forward.
Woodville Town Hall is only 20mins from the Adelaide CBD with free on-site and street parking, bus transport and is adjacent the Woodville Train Station. The venue is committed to being a leader in sustainability, accessibility, and inclusion – a true community space for a diverse community. Anybody and everybody is welcome. With a hearing loop and full accessibility, it’s a safe place for people to meet and most importantly have a good time!
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