Located 40 minutes outside of Adelaide the iconic Shedley Theatre complex was first opened by His Excellency the Governor, Sir Edric Bastyan in 1965. Since then the theatre has played host to a variety of musicals, comedy and vaudeville acts, concerts and more- Developing its rich history in the music and art scene of Adelaide.
The theatre itself has a capacity of 387* and boasts a large stage with enormous depth. It includes an orchestra pit, not visible from the house and sits below stage level with it comfortably accommodating a 12 piece band. In the atrium of the Shedley Theatre our newly developed Shedley Café and Bar is located for attendees to enjoy during their visit to matinee or evening performances.
We acknowledge the traditional land of the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains. Their cultural heritage, beliefs and spiritual relationship with country are of continuing importance today. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging.
The space is part of: Shedley Theatre
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.