Performances, Functions

The Studio

Max: 108

An unique and adaptable space perfect for intimate theatre experiences.

The ~Studio~

#About the

Located immediately behind the Empire Theatre main stage, separated by large sound proof double doors, The Studio is a fully functional performance venue perfectly suited for rehearsals, recitals, workshops, trade exhibitions, movie screenings and intimate performances. Full technical capabilities and removable tiered seating or table seating transform this space for an ideal intimate theatre experience or private event. The Studio Room can be transformed further with the opening of the large double doors, which can extend the space onto the Empire Theatre main stage for a unique events experience. 

View Seating Plan

#Virtual Tour

#The Nitty Gritty

Empire Studio Seating Plan

Ticketing Plan for The Studio

Studio Technical Specifications

Studio Technical Specifications

Fees & Charges

Schedule of Hire Fees & Charges

You can also access all of our technical specifications, stage plans, lighting plans and CAD files from our online file store.

Online File Store

#Our Venues

Our venues each provide a different atmosphere and capability, from an intimate performance space to a modern function venue.

The ~Studio~

The Studio

Performances, Functions
Max: 108
The ~Lawn~

The Lawn

Performances, Functions, Weddings
Supper Room with Tables and projector set up

The Supper Room

Max: 70
The Lounge Bar set up for a meeting with a U shaped table set up

The Lounge Bar

Max: 50
Exterior photo of church theatre

The Church Theatre

Functions, Weddings
Max: 300
Facade of Armitage centre at night with lights on in foyers

The Armitage Centre

Performances, Functions, Weddings
Max: 351
The ~Empire~ Theatre

The Empire

Performances, Functions
Max: 350-1561

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