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Performing Arts Centre

Manly West State School Performing Arts Centre was officially opened on the 6 September 2011 and was funded through the Australian Government's Building the Education Revolution (BER) school infrastructure program. The Performing Arts Centre cost $2 650 000 to build and is fitted out with modern sound system and computer operated light system. The hall also has tiered retractable seating, a 10 metre by 6 metre stage with front curtain and dressing rooms.


Features

 
  •     Canteen area – fridge, oven, hotbox, microwave and urn
  •     Toilets
  •     2 dressing areas
  •     Loading bay to back stage
  •     Computer programmable lighting system (Clarity)
  •     LED any colour, Dimmers and fixed spotlights
  •     3 stage lighting bars and one front of stage
  •     Large sound system
  •     Seating for 400
  •     Tiered seating at the back
  •     Stage Curtains
  •     Projector and stage screen
  •     Talk back system
  •     Hearing impaired system
  •     24 track mixing desk
  •     Range of mics including 10 head set radio mics
  •     Stage 10m wide x 6m deep
 

Contact the school for hire information.