Built in 1914 the Norwood Concert Hall encompasses the elegance and grandeur of the old while combining new practical features such as a full audio and lighting system, bar facilities, heating and cooling and wheelchair accessibility. Situated in the heart of The Parade amongst countless restaurants, cafes and bars, the NCH is just a stone's throw from the CBD. Bus stops, taxi ranks and ample parking can be found just 10m from the front door. The venue has played host to a wide range of events from stand-up comedy, musical performances, theatre productions, kid’s shows, dance and film festivals and we look forward to squeezing all of these and more into the 2023 Adelaide Fringe season. The Norwood Concert Hall seats anywhere between 100 to 790 but is not recommended for audiences numbers below 100. The venue offers huge under-stage dressing rooms with stage and street access, lockable storage areas and professional staff.
The space is part of: Norwood Concert Hall
Step-free mobility aid access through the main entrance with an accessible bathroom.
- Venue and Space entrance is accessible for a person with limited mobility, this includes people who use a wheelchair and/or cannot climb stairs.
- The entrance to the venue and/or space is through the main entrance.
- If the path of travel to the entrance of the venue and/or space is level, firm and obstacle-free
- The Venue has a designated accessible unisex toilet or have made alternative arrangements nearby for an accessible unisex toilet.