- Our Venues
- Cremorne Theatre
The Cremorne Theatre is QPAC’s most intimate venue, where audiences can get up close to the performance.
The Cremorne Theatre is QPAC’s most adaptable venue, being able to convert from traditional proscenium to theatre-in-the-round, concert, cabaret, cinema or flat floor modes, depending on the needs of the production. With a maximum seating capacity of 277, audiences and performers can get closer to each other, making the Cremorne ideal for creative productions, cabaret, intimate concerts, theatre, launches and conversations and lectures.
The Cremorne Theatre entrance faces the South Bank Cultural Forecourt and river and is about half way along the side of our building. The closest parking is at the Performing Arts Car Park, although the Grey Street entrance to the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre is also close by.
The Box Office and cloakroom for the Cremorne Theatre are located at the ground floor entrance. Large bags and umbrellas must be left at the cloakroom.
A limited number of QPAC booster cushions are available and patrons are encouraged to bring their own soft cushions (not car booster seats) to avoid disappointment.
, located on the ground floor at the Grey Street entrance to QPAC, is open every day and offers a variety of meals for the whole family.The foyer bar
and merchandise stand are located on the Stalls level (on Level 1).
Check with the bar staff during your visit, but it is usually OK to take drinks into the theatre, as long as they are in plastic cups.
There are toilets on the ground floor, stalls and balcony levels of the Cremorne Theatre.
A lift provides access to the Cremorne Theatre foyers from the ground floor. Check your ticket for your door number and go to Level 1 for Doors 1 and 2, or Level 2 for Doors 3 and 4.
It's not necessary to get dressed up to come to QPAC, although if you are coming to an opening night, it is likely that guests will be dressed to attend a special occasion. Usually smart casual dress is perfect. Because all of our theatres are air conditioned, you may want to bring a light wrap or jacket, especially if you are dressed for Brisbane summer weather.
Photo Credit: Windmill Theatre Co's Big Bad Wolf