New multi-purpose arts venue, Prompt Creative Centre will open its doors to the public for the first time this Friday evening.
Located in the heart of the CBD, at 8/205 Pirie St, the performance space host the award-winning cabaret show, Endo Days at 7pm. The licensed bar will then be open afterwards, with live music on the newly constructed stage.
Performed by Libby Trainor Parker and her backing band, the Jarmy Army, Endo Days returns as a one-off event after its sell out shows at Gluttony during this year’s Fringe, presented here as part of Embrace Festival. Further details are available at this link – but be quick, as the show is close to selling out.
While the 7pm cabaret is a ticketed event, anyone wanting to check out the new space is welcome to come by for casual drinks from 8:15 until late, when the bar will be open with free entry and live music from local singer / guitarist Matt Trainor, thanks to Upside Sound.
The live music facilities at Prompt have been provided with support from the South Australian Government’s See It Live Venue Grants.
Currently planning a host of future events at the space, including a full performance program for the 2023 Adelaide Fringe, Prompt will also hold an official venue launch event next month. More details to come.
Photos by Kay Cann
Feature photo by Nat Rogers