Is the Concert Hall just for music?

Official response from completed

No.   The Concert Hall is a theatre that can be used for many sorts of performance.   What makes a Concert Hall different to a drama theatre (like the Civic Theatre) is that the stage is in the auditorium not a separate area divided from the auditorium by the proscenium arch.   Also it does not have a fly tower above the stage.   The acoustics in a Concert Hall are better for live music and voice, in a drama theatre it is better for a speaker system.

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  • Billy Colless