Frankston Arts Centre

Frankston Arts Centre

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Frankston Arts Centre

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The Frankston Arts Centre is a landmark theatre and art gallery in the outer Melbourne locality of Frankston in Australia. It was opened by then Prime Minister, The Hon. Paul Keating, on 20 May 1995.

The Centre plays host to a number of major performances, including regular shows by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Victorian Opera, and is a tour venue for the Melbourne International Film Festival, Opera Australia and a number of national theatre companies.


  • The Centre houses an 800 seat theatre, boasting the second largest proscenium arch stage in Victoria, a 60-line fly tower and state of the art technical and staging equipment.
  • There is also a function centre which can seat up to 500 and which plays host to a range of events - including corporate and community expos, seminars, gala dinner dances and awards ceremonies. The function centre comprises two rooms (which can be opened up to form one large room) with expansive views across Port Phillip Bay.

Cube 37

Cube 37 is the art centre's "creative arts space", and is housed in a purpose-built building adjacent to the Centre. Cube 37 centres around a large, adaptable studio performance space, with flexible seating for up to 200 people, and also houses a wet studio, meeting rooms, a new media suite and two exhibition galleries.

The building was opened by then Prime Minister, The Hon. John Howard, on 30 March 2001 as part of the celebrations for the centenary of the......
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