The Woman in Black
The Woman in Black

The Woman in Black

Starring the incredible duo John Waters (Doctor Doctor, Offspring, Rake) and Daniel MacPherson (Land of Bad, Foundation, Neighbours), don’t miss this thrilling theatrical exploration of terror.

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#About the theatres

Widely known as the jewel in the crown of the Darling Downs, The Empire makes up the largest performing arts precinct in regional Australia and boasts several heritage listed and modern performance and function spaces. Renowned for its classic art deco architecture, our thriving precinct is a cultural and entertainment hub of the community.

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The ~Empire~ Theatre

The Empire

Performances, Functions
Max: 350-1561
Facade of Armitage centre at night with lights on in foyers

The Armitage Centre

Performances, Functions, Weddings
Max: 351
Exterior photo of church theatre

The Church Theatre

Functions, Weddings
Max: 300
The Lounge Bar set up for a meeting with a U shaped table set up

The Lounge Bar

Max: 50
Supper Room with Tables and projector set up

The Supper Room

Max: 70
The ~Lawn~

The Lawn

Performances, Functions, Weddings
The ~Studio~

The Studio

Performances, Functions
Max: 108

Two young people being handed script by staff.

The Empire Community

As champions of experiences for, with, and by community, we understand the value in fostering an inclusive, diverse environment and developing the arts in our regions as much as possible.

We offer both the opportunity for our community to be entertained by what appears on our stages and to be part of the magic of live performance through our commitment to nurture, enable and inspire cultural growth and creative connections.

#With help from our friends

The Friends of the Empire Theatre Inc is an independent, close-knit community of theatre-lovers who support The Empire through volunteer duties and an annual membership contribution.

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of country

Empire Theatres acknowledges the Traditional Custodians, the Giabal, Jarowair and Western Wakka Wakka people, where we work and present stories. We would like to pay respect to the Elders, past and present and to all First Nations people.

Artwork: Kim Walmsley

Empire Theatre