Noel Lothian Hall at Noel Lothian Hall - Adelaide Botanic Garden

The Noel Lothian Hall is a purpose built Black Box Theatre, located next to the Wine Centre, Bicentennial Conservatory and International Rose Garden in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens. It was home to Jethro Compton's award-winning 'The Bunker Trilogy' in 2016, and multiple theatre productions in 2017 including 'My Name Is Saoirse', 'Nuclear Family', 'Night Creature', and 'The Girl Who Jumped Off The Hollywood Sign'.

Parking is available on Hackney Road (please give plenty of time to park and walk - particularly during WoMAD weekend). Entry to the Noel Lothian Hall is ONLY through the Goodman Gates, past the Kitchen Garden and before the bridge to the Conservatory and fountain. Do not enter the Botanic Gardens from North Tce or Plane Tree Drive, as the gates close at 6.30pm. Security staff will not let you enter the Gardens, even if you have a ticket.

The Noel Lothian Hall is the home of high quality theatre productions from Australia and overseas, located in a peaceful city oasis.



Venue Accessibility

  • Wheelchair Access
  • Wheelchair Accessible Toilet
  • Main Entrance Wheelchair Access
  • Accessible Parking

Please give as much advance notice on booking as possible, as seating will be shifted to accomodate wheelchair users. If advance notice is not possible, please allow a few minutes for Front of House staff to rearrange the studio seating.

Other Performance Spaces

Explore the other spaces at Noel Lothian Hall - Adelaide Botanic Garden


Enter via Hackney Rd / Plane Tree Drive, (first left turn into car park - in front of International Rose Garden), Adelaide, SA, 5000