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Frankston Arts Centre

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Phone: 03 9784 1060
Fax: 03 9784 1766

Description

The Frankston Arts Centre (FAC) is a unique premier arts and performance venue, providing the ultimate cultural experience for visitors wishing to enjoy memorable theatre performances, live music, engaging community programs, exhibitions, creative new media experiences and much more.

Established in 1995, the FAC is one of the largest outer metropolitan arts venues in Australia incorporating an 800 seat theatre, 2 exhibition gallery spaces, a function centre, a 200 seat black box theatre and creative arts hub.

The FAC is also an inclusive venue, offering arts opportunities for all abilities and provides performances with live theatre captioning, disability access, Auslan interpretation, ticket subsidy scheme, educational pathways and specialised workshops. Additionally, many local schools, theatre companies, community arts groups and artists use the facility each year.

Renowned for its variety of theatre, visual arts and new media arts, from local, national and international artists, The FAC is committed to providing patrons with an ultimate experience.

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Map & Directions

Corner Young and Davey Street Frankston Victoria 3199

Directions

Melway Reference 100A D8