Queen Zeppelin Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Faulty Towers - The Dining Experience The Seekers - The Beggars The Listies - Make you LOL! Arsenic & Old Lace - Barossa Players Gallipoli - A Manual of Trench Warfare Adam Harvey - Family Life Tour Gold - The Ultimate Abba Show The Bootleg Beatles First Things First The 26-Storey Treehouse Anniversary Concert - Faith Lutheran College The Front God of Carnage - Barossa Players Be Your Self - Australian Dance Company Mother, Wife and the Complicated Life Gina Hogan - The Women of the 60's Proof - Barossa Players Swan Lake That Jones Boy - Tom Jones Tribute Show & Dinner Weight of Time Misery - Barossa Players
What's On Next
Queen Zeppelin

Queen Zeppelin

Tribute Show and Dinner
Saturday 14 February
7.00pm

Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

Saturday 28 February
8.00pm

Faulty Towers

Faulty Towers

The Dining Experience
Saturday 14 March
7.00pm

The Seekers Story

The Seekers Story

Show or Show & Lunch
Wednesday 25 March
11.00am

The Listies

The Listies

Make you LOL!
Monday 20 April
2pm & 6pm

Welcome to the Barossa Arts & Convention Centre

Vision The Barossa Arts and Convention Centre plays a pivotal role in the performing arts and creativity in the region.

Mission To enhance community wellbeing through access to and participation in the creativity and performing arts.

The Barossa Arts and Convention Centre is a business enterprise of Faith Lutheran College. Faith Lutheran College, formerly Faith Lutheran Secondary School, was established in 1985.

In 1996 the school built the facility now known as the Barossa Arts and Convention 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 which is used for performances, rehearsals, chapel services, conventions, meetings and other special events.

The Barossa Arts and Convention Centre comprises;
   • The Brenton Langbein Theatre with raked seating for 991.
   • The Eckermann Theatre designed for experimental theatre, with a flat floor allowing flexible use
   • Foyers available for functions, exhibitions, dinners and events
   • Dance Studio
   • Associated facilities eg spacious dressing rooms and Green Room, excellent technical capabilities

The Brenton Langbein Theatre was named to commemorate the late Brenton Langbein A.O., internationally acclaimed violinist, conductor and co-founder of the International Barossa Music Festival.

The Eckermann Theatre was named after the founding Principal of Faith Lutheran Secondary School, Brian Eckermann who was Principal 1985 - 2006

The Barossa arts and Convention Centre has become a centre for learning through the Arts. The facility allows students to work and perform in a semi-professional environment: it gives students, staff parents and families amazing performing arts opportunities to engage in: programming has a clear focus on providing students in our region access to excellent works and art workers. These arts opportunities do provide learning experiences which complement existing learning through the curriculum.