Adelaide: Adelaide Festival Centre

Country: Australia
State: South Australia
City: Adelaide
Location: King William Road

Built 1970-1973 by John Morphett. Opened 2 June 1973 as "Adelaide Festival Theatre". Used for theatre performances and large concerts as well as for graduation ceremonies, seminars, and other functions. 1798 seats.

Notable world premieres:

  • Richard Meale: Voss (1 Mar 1986)

Links: www.adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au, AusStage

[Adelaide: Adelaide Festival Centre] [Adelaide: Festival Theatre] Reverse Text: "Adelaide Festival Theatre"
Type: postal card with printed stamp (see detail)
Size: Modern
Not sent.

[Adelaide: Adelaide Festival Centre] Reverse Text: "Adelaide, S.A., Interior View of the Festival Theatre"
Publisher: Souvenirs Australia, Adelaide; S.A.L./A.D. 49
Size: Modern
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[Adelaide: Adelaide Festival Centre] Front Text: "Adelaide Festival Theatre"
Reverse Text: "Adelaide Festival Theatre. Adelaide's new $6.6 million Festival Theatre situated on King William Road. The 2.000 seat multi-purpose lyric theatre was opened on the 2nd June 1973 by the Prime Minister, Mr. G. Whitlam."
Publisher: NationalView by Murfett Pty. Ltd.
Size: Modern
Not sent.

[Adelaide: Adelaide Festival Centre] Reverse Text: "Aerial View of the central Northern part of Adelaide, South Australia, highlighting the Festival Theatre situated on the banks of the River Torrens. In the foreground from the left are the Railway Station, Parliament House, and Government House. The Adelaide Oval and Memorial Drive Tennis Courts are in the background."
Publisher: True View, Adelaide
Size: Modern
Not sent.

[Adelaide: Adelaide Festival Centre] Front Text: "Adelaide", "South Australia"
Reverse Text: "Popeye pleasure craft passing by the Festival Theatre. Adelaide, South Australia"
Handwritten Reverse Text: dated 5 Aug 1984
Publisher: True View, Adelaide; AL 08
Size: Modern
Not sent.

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