Hobart City Hall

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    Hobart City Hall
    57 - 63 Macquarie St
    Hobart, TAS 7000
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With a budget expenditure of $85 million and offering more than 300 services, the Hobart City Council has a proud record of serving its community.As one of the nation's oldest councils in Australia's second oldest city, the Council has demonstrated leadership on many fronts, making it one of the most liveable cities with a quality lifestyle.Since 1997 Hobart City Council has pursued a strategy for sustained continuous improvement based upon implementing quality assurance and the Business Excellence Framework within a self learning environment.City HallWith a floor area of 1180m2 and a maximum standing capacity of 1240 people (ground & gallery areas), the City Hall is an ideal venue for exhibitions, balls, concerts, large meetings and cocktail functions catering for up to 1,000 people and dinners catering for up to 600 people.The Main Hall seats 600 and the Gallery seats 674 for a maximum allowable capacity of 1,240 people.Facilities include:* Public Address System* Kitchen Facilities* Toilets* Disabled Access (excluding stage and gallery)* Heating* Seating* Flexible Floor PlanDimensions* Stage 10.9 x 9.7 m x 4.5m high* Main Hall 40.4 x 29.2m

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Past events

City of Hobart Pop-Up Performances - Festival of Voices 2018

6th July

Around all corners of Hobart’s historic city centre you can expect choirs and ensembles to pop-up and serenade you during your day. Hundreds of interstate...


Sounds of the 70sPaul Kelly - Festival of Voices 2018

14th July

The 70s was a time of immense social change that spawned a smorgasbord of musical genres, massive artists and an unending supply of chart-topping bangers...


I Like MenKate Fuller and The Boys Club - Festival of Voices 2018

13th July

From Ella to Peggy, the finest female jazz singers of the swing era had one thing in common – a weakness for the wrong men. In her exploration of 1950s...


Voices at 5 - Festival of Voices 2018

9th July

This new choral concert series will feature a different line-up each day. Monday and Friday will showcase visiting youth choirs, Young Voices of...


Torch SongsMama Alto - Festival of Voices 2018

12th July

Be enticed into a world of cabaret glamour, where the resplendent diva and acclaimed jazz singer Mama Alto will beguile you with sumptuous ballads, fierce...


Larry and the DameCarita Farrer Spencer - Festival of Voices 2018

12th July

Singing comedienne Carita will unleash her two outrageous ’showbiz’ alter-egos in this 60 minute one-woman-show on steroids. Relish in the glorious...


The Breast Is Yet To Come - Festival of Voices 2018

10th July

Amelia has graced the stages of New York, London and Edinburgh with her critically acclaimed shows. She’s sashayed (and stumbled) down red carpets, and...


Pub Choir - Festival of Voices 2018

7th July

The rise of pub choirs is nothing short of a phenomenon. It’s the new thing to be part of. And we’re delighted to present three pub choir nights, under...


Modern Maori Quartet - Festival of Voices 2018

8th July

Join the award-winning Modern Māori Quartet in their classy celebration of the entertainment legends of Māoridom. Party with the self-styled “Māori...


Broken Romantics – A Unicorn’s Quest For Love - Festival of Voices 2018

8th July

Join internationally acclaimed songstress, Emma Dean, in her thrilling cabaret about heartbreak, healing, and unleashing your inner unicorn. Emma – with...


Uncle Gus and the Rimshots - Festival of Voices 2018

6th July

This jump jive/swing band will keep you dancing, singing and laughing along to the swing hits of yesterday and today with songs from the greats like Louis...


Dismal Ever After - Festival of Voices 2018

7th July

In this hilarious and improper cabaret, Carole Williams, Harriet Jackson, Matthew Semple and Bonny Nonny (QLD) explore the truth beyond ‘happily ever...


Topp Twins - Festival of Voices 2018

6th July

After the sell-out success of their recent New Zealand tours, well-loved national treasures, The Topp twins, are crossing the ditch and bringing their...


Rochelle Pitt - Festival of Voices 2018

6th July

Rochelle is a Butchulla/Kalkadoon/Wirri/Kokoberra woman who started singing and performing at a young age in the churches and choirs of Far North...


An Evening with Greta Bradman and the TSO - Festival of Voices 2018

6th July

Shake off the winter blues with the warm and inviting Greta Bradman, in concert with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. Settle in for an evening with this...


Tasmania Sings - Festival of Voices 2018

5th July

School choirs from across Tasmania come together under the direction of guest conductor Chris Burcin. The choirs will perform a varied program of choral...


Backwards from Winter - Dark Mofo 2018

20th June

A tragic love story told in reverse and through the unwinding cycle of the seasons: from grief in winter to loss in an autumn storm, to the passion of...