We strive to create work for South Australian Artists and Arts Workers by making and presenting theatrical productions of the highest calibre.
We continue to develop new strategies to create employment opportunities and support the cultural future of South Australia.
We are dedicated to the professional development and production of theatre and the support emerging companies.
We work hard to engage new and existing audiences.
We strive for cultural and artistic significance on a local, national and international scale and we are passionate about building exchange programs between Holden Street and international companies.
Holden Street Theatres has local, national and international recognition as the home of theatre during Fringe.
We support new collaborations, takes risks, produces internationally viable work and supports companies to develop high calibre productions.
The Arch was originally the All Saints Anglican Church.
This limestone and brick church was designed by Henry Stuckey in the Norman style and opened in 1850. (Bishop Augustus Short laid the foundation stone in 1849). A gallery was added in 1855 and the chancel and vestry were added in 1872.
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