Surrounded by Brisbane’s famous Botanical Garden, the Garden’s Theatre is the perfect space for corporate functions with a little finesse. This modern performing arts venue offers exceptional front of house, auditorium and backstage facilities, including a performance studio. The Garden’s Theatre is fully equipped with audio visual and technical equipment and the perfect venue for your next corporate function or presentation. Whether you’re hosting an awards night or running a large-scale presentation or conference, the theatre capacity of 393 people is sure to never disappoint.
Garden’s Theatre Foyer
The Gardens Theatre Foyer is a state of the art, modern performing arts venue, offering exceptional facilities and technology and featuring sensational views of the Botanic Gardens. The Foyer is a beautiful, modern space perfect for cocktail functions, weddings, client liaisons, corporate banquet celebrations, product launches and presentations. This glass surrounded, naturally lit space offers functionality as well as style, equipped with catering facilities and the latest in audio-visual technology. This flexible, modern space is well suited to cocktail style functions with enough space for 350 or banquet style seating, for 110 people.
Catering Ideas: The Enchanted Garden at QUT Garden’s Theatre
In a partnership with QUT Precincts Cuisine on Cue hosted a magical dinner in the heart of QUT Garden’s Point. 48 diners, comprised of local food and lifestyle influencers and event coordinators, arrived at the Garden’s Theatre for a showcase dinner. Upon entering, guests found that the room had transformed into an enchanted garden, creating a bewitching setting for an evening of fine food and wine.
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