The Barossa Arts Centre is a performing arts complex situated in Tanunda, South Australia; in the heart of the Barossa Valley.
The Centre comprises the following venues: The Brenton Langbein Theatre, capacity 970, including 300 in the balcony. This venue has a fly-tower and a mechanical lift apron, which can be lowered to orchestra pit level. The Eckermann Theatre, a black box multi-purpose studio space, capacity approx. 120 people. The Glass Room Foyer, available for functions, exhibitions, dinners and events. Dance studio, with sprung floor.
The full complex and separate venues are available for hire.
The facilities at the Barossa Arts Centre are such that it regularly hosts orchestras, choirs, musicals, comedy, rock acts, large- and small-scale theatre productions, exhibitions, seminars, conferences, dinners and events.
The Barossa Arts Centre which serves the school as a Chapel, a classroom and a performing arts venue, accommodating all major school events such as the annual Valedictory service, bi-annual musicals and parent forums. For the community, the venue also provides a multipurpose facility that is used for performances, rehearsals, chapel services, conventions, meetings, and other special events.