The Barossa Arts and Convention Centre is a business enterprise of Faith Lutheran College. Faith Lutheran College, formerly Faith Lutheran Secondary School, was established in 1985.
In 1996 the school built the facility now known as the Barossa Arts and Convention centre which serves the school as a Chapel, a classroom and a performing arts venue, accommodating all major school events such as the annual Valedictory service, bi-annual musicals and parent forums. For the community the venue also provides a multipurpose facility which is used for performances, rehearsals, chapel services, conventions, meetings and other special events.
The Barossa Arts and Convention Centre comprises;
• The Brenton Langbein Theatre with raked seating for 970 people.
• The Eckermann Theatre designed for experimental theatre, with a flat floor allowing flexible use
• Foyers available for functions, exhibitions, dinners and events
• Dance Studio
• Associated facilities eg spacious dressing rooms and Green
The space is part of: Barossa Arts and Convention Centre