The Art House

TheArtHouseThe Art House provides a professional performing arts’ space for the community, as well as bringing national and international touring productions to the Central Coast.
It offers a diversity of arts, entertainment and cultural opportunities, with the vision of providing a professional performing arts space on the Central Coast for local artists to showcase their talent and facilitate touring and commercial productions.
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 10.am – 5.30pm
19-21 Margaret Street, Wyong NSW 2259. Phone 4335 1485
Website: http://www.thearthousewyong.com.au
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Central Coast Conservatorium

Central Coast Conservatorium offers a unique Step-by-Step Program for all ages and abilities as well as nationally recognised courses for students seeking a career pathway in music.
Music is a wonderful gift of communication shared between performer and audience. The Central Coast Conservatorium’s concert schedule for 2014 is vast and varied and certainly offers the audience enjoyment and insight across many genres and ensemble combinations. There is certainly something for everyone and more. Again this season The Conservatorium features international, national and local artists and importantly the student population, the artists of the future.
Address: 45 Mann Street, Gosford NSW 2250. Phone: (02) 4324 7477 Fax: (02) 4324 2440. Email: admin@centralcoastconservatorium.com.au
Website: www.centralcoastconservatorium.com.au

 

Laycock Street Theatre

Laycock-TheatreLaycock Street Theatre is unique on the Central Coast. As the largest tiered seating venue it is sought after by many community organisations for schools programs, dance groups, orchestral groups, touring and locally produced plays, rock concerts, comedies and of course, GMS musicals. The auditorium capacity is 392 people in tiered upholstered seating and along with the Don Craig Room is available to hire by professional theatre companies, community groups, dance companies, amateur groups, businesses and individuals. Laycock Street Theatre is fully licensed with a range of beers, wines, champagne, spirits, and softdrinks. The kiosk also sells tea and coffee, confectionery, ice-creams and chips.
Laycock Street Theatre and Peninsula Theatre are proudly owned and maintained by Gosford City Council.
Address: Laycock Street, North Gosford. Box Office phone: 02 4323 3233 (between 10am and 5pm, Monday to Friday). Website: www.laycockstreettheatre.com

 

The Peninsula Theatre, Woy Woy

The Peninsula Theatre is located on the Peninsula in the grounds of the Woy Woy Community Centre. The theatre seats 100 in an intimate setting suitable for small dance troupes, amateur and professional live theatre, stand-up comedy, childrens’ pantomime or small production or presentation. The seating is again upholstered and tiered. Other facilities include a Box Office, foyer with areas suitable for the setup of displays, kitchen with servery, backstage dressing room, wheelchair access, and all the necessary audio/visual and lighting technologies available for your production.
Peninsula Theatre is home to Woy Woy Little Theatre who present three plays per year at the venue as part of their subscription offer.
There are three easy ways to book: Online  •By phone (leave your name and number – a box office volunteer will get back to you within 48 hours) • or in person when the Peninsula Theatre box office opens between 10 and 12 noon Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Address: Cnr McMasters and Ocean Beach Road, WoyWoy. Phone: 4344 4737. Website: www.woywoylt.com.au
The Peninula Theatre is proudly owned and operated by Gosford City Council