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Adelaide Festival Centre

Festival Theatre | Dunstan Playhouse | Space Theatre

Festival Drive, enter off King William Road
(08) 8216 8600

The Adelaide Festival Centre and Adelaide Riverbank are currently undergoing extensive redevelopment, which means access to the venue is constantly changing.

Pedestrian Detours
Pedestrian and vehicle access has changed. Please click here for a pedestrian access map.

Pedestrian Detours Road Closure Advice
Festival Drive is now a drop off loop. Please click here for information about Adelaide Riverbank road closures.

Vehicle and Taxi Drop Off Locations
Recommended vehicle and taxi drop off locations have changed. Please click here for more information.

Car Parking
Adelaide Festival Centre's car park is closed. Click here to pre-book your carpark with Upark. We recommend UPark on Gawler Place or Upark on Topham Mall as the closest to this venue.

Public Transport

Bus stop Z2 travelling from North into Adelaide CBD or stop A2 travelling into Adelaide CBD from the South.
This venue is a short walk from the Adelaide Railway Station, which can be reached via train or tram.

Playing at this Venue

  • Saul

    The brilliant and provocative Barrie Kosky returns to Adelaide with his masterpiece, Handel’s Saul.

  • Peter and the Wolf

    Could there be a better introduction to the orchestra and storytelling than the warm, whimsical and occasionally wicked Miriam Margolyes?

  • 1967

    An anniversary celebration of the 1967 referendum, featuring stirring anthems of struggle, joy, protest and reflection

  • Rufus Wainwright

    Rufus performs a new concert version of Prima Donna and highlights from his tribute to Judy Garland, Rufus Does Judy

  • Betroffenheit

    A boundary-stretching hybrid of theatre and dance that takes inspiration from the aftermath of an almost unbearable personal tragedy

  • The Encounter

    A compelling true experience of a National Geographic photographer told through 3D audio to build an intimate and shifting world

  • Backbone

    Gravity and Other Myths are back with their follow up to A Simple Space that (literally) tosses around the perception of what strength is

  • The Backstories

    A rare glimpse behind the public personas of three storytellers as they open their hearts and their private photo collections

  • Every Brilliant Thing

    A play about depression and the lengths we go to for those we love.