COVID-19 Update: Performances Suspended
Due to public health advice surrounding COVID-19, performances at Barossa Arts Centre are currently suspended in line with government advice regarding non-essential gatherings of over 100 people and social distancing requirements. The Barossa Arts Centre is closed and staff are currently working off-site, if you need to contact us please email Us.
Where possible most performers are postponing or changing the date of their events. Please click on the relevant event from the coming events tab for more information ...
Where a performance is changed to a new date, patrons are advised that their existing tickets are reallocated to the new date. If the new date does not suit patrons who have already purchased tickets then they are eligible to receive a full refund.
Where a performance is cancelled, ticket-holders will be fully refunded automatically; if tickets that were purchased with Cash or Eftpos, please Email Us and we will arrange a refund via EFT.
Barossa Arts Centre management will continue to take advice from SA Health and adapt to the developing situation.
We appreciate your support in there challenging times.
Please see the Faith Lutheran College website for information regarding the College and its response to COVID-19. Read more
The Brenton Langbein Theatre
with raked seating for 970 people
The Barossa Arts Centre is a performing arts complex situated in Tanunda, South Australia; in the heart of the Barossa Valley.
The Centre comprises the following venues:
- The Brenton Langbein Theatre, capacity 970, including 300 in the balcony. This venue has a fly-tower and a mechanical lift apron, which can be lowered to orchestra pit level.
- The Eckermann Theatre, a black box multi-purpose studio space, capacity approx. 120 people.
- The Glass Room Foyer, available for functions, exhibitions, dinners and events.
- Dance studio, with sprung floor.