Foot & Playsted | The National Theatre With Emily Sanzaro, Carmencita Palermo And Georgia Shine
99-109 Charles Street, Launceston
Beautiful spaces with incredible acoustics. Be immersed and inspired by a collision of architecture, music and performance.
In the early 1900s, Launceston had a thriving theatre scene, with thousands attending performances every weekend and the National Theatre being one of Launceston’s most visible theatres. Opening in 1915 with ‘The Silence of Dean Maitland’, it continued to operate as a theatre until 1970, when TV became king. It was purchased for a steal and given an ongoing life, now housing the workings of printing company Foot & Playsted. A true treasure of Launceston, much of the original theatre remains to keep our imagination of this time alive. This is a rare chance not to be missed.
Showtime: 7 pm (50mins)
Ticket price: $25/$20
Accessibility notes: Access to Foot & Playsted National Theatre is up two flights of stairs. The audience will be both standing and seated as they are guided by the artist during the performance. We are committed to accessible and inclusive events which can present challenges as we explore private architectural spaces. Please contact us if you have any accessibility concerns about this show and together we’ll figure out a way for you to join us.
Architecture & Sound
History of Launceston
New to Program
Stair Access Only
Emma AngleseyEmma Anglesey has activated Open House Hobart with music over the last several years, under the banner of the Festival of Architecture and Sound. In May 2022, Emma creatively produced a number of events in partnership with Junction and Open House Launceston in her hometown, and is excited to be back collaborating for the 2022 Open House Hobart program. Read more
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