167 Liverpool St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

Entertainment, Night Club, United Methodist Church

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Luke Pearce
Meh
Jeremy Edwards
This place is one of the best places to have gigs it's open, has great acoustics and international bands come here just wish more of them did
Joseph Nunn
This is such a great love music venue. I've been to some excellent gigs here. The lower region of the theatre has had the seats removed so it's a standing area whilst the dress circle still has the original seating. This gives the option for both seated and standing at a concert. It's such a cool old theatre and it would be a pity to see it ever get demolished.
Jamie Trinder
One of Hobarts best venues for live music. Fair prices at the bar and has seating upstairs for watching in comfort.
Adam Sutton
A great live music venue, drinks are limited and a bit pricey but they need to make money somewhere.

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