The Retro Bar

2071 Moggill Road
Kenmore QLD 4069

Puberty! The Uncut Edition!

1 Man, 3 Teenagers and a hell of a lot of hormones!
45 Logan Road
Woolloongabba QLD 4102

Joel Bow Productions presents TIMBER DREAMS

An incredible evening of luxurious cabaret

Mackay QLD 4740

The Travelling Sisters

The Guardian's Top Picks of the Edinburgh Fringe 2016
141 Melbourne Street
South Brisbane QLD 4101

The Maids

Are you brave enough to play the game?
613 Stanley Street
Woolloongabba QLD 4102

The Apocalypse Variety Hour

Even the end of the world can be funny
598 Stanley Street
Woolloongabba QLD 4102

Europe Won’t Fix You

A travel tale you won’t find on Instagram.

West End QLD 4101

The Bible

an incredible comedy show!
38 Lytton Road
East Brisbane QLD 4169

Get Your Affairs In Order

A Comedic Eulogy
47 Balaclava Street
Woolloongabba QLD 4102

Cafe Create

Because there's a little creativity in us all
38 Price Street
Nambour QLD 4560

Workshop: Creating Characters Through Play

with Laura Trenerry
61 Musk Avenue
Kelvin Grove QLD 4059

Flipside Circus Training Centre

117 Mina Parade
Alderley QLD 4051

Spring Hill Studio

10 Love Street
Spring Hill QLD 4000

Junkyard Wormhole

Two garbage monsters discover the world is ending.
25 Sperling Street
Rocklea QLD 4106

Woolloongabba Antiques Centre

22 Wellington Road
Woolloongabba QLD 4102

Books@Stones & Allmedic Book Supplies

Discover what's on at Books@Stones!
360 Logan Road
Stones Corner QLD 4120

Brew Café and Wine Bar

Burnett Lane
Brisbane City QLD 4000

Wollongong Art Gallery


The Last Ginger

Come, bask in the flames!
10 Love Street
Spring Hill QLD 4006

Dani Cabs is PONCHO ORANGE

Wild and Absolutely Hilarious!
153 Boundary Street
West End QLD 4101

Deep Pockets

QACI Show
17 Roy Street
Milton QLD 4064

Workshop: Bust A Move Dance

Dance is a Universal Language
Paley Street
Kenmore Hills QLD 4069

Museum of Brisbane: Clock Tower Tours

64 Adelaide Street
Brisbane City QLD 4000

The Repairman

42 Mollison Street
West End QLD 4012

Museum of Brisbane: Friday Nights

Explore the Museum after dark!
64 Adelaide Street
Brisbane City QLD 4000

Garden, Studio and House, Cooran Q4569

Perfect location for moon picnic, poetry, animations, art
8 Lenske Lane
Cooran QLD 4569

Medusa

5.0
38 Lytton Road
East Brisbane QLD 4169

The One Room of the House

90 Sippy Downs Drive
Sippy Downs QLD 4556

Queensland Museum

Grey Street
South Brisbane QLD 4101

Australian Modern

Mid-Century Modernist Home
5.0
9 Burchell Street
Carina QLD 4152

Cardigan Bar

198 Seymour Street
Sandgate QLD 4017

Toowong Bowls Club

59 Gailey Road
Taringa QLD 4068

Hosting offers rich experiences, but it comes with a certain level of commitment. Here are some ways you can foster a responsible partnership. *

Safety

What can I do to make my space safe for audiences?

Emergency Procedures

Contact Info:

Indicate local emergency numbers and the nearest hospital. Provide a clear emergency contact number for yourself, as well as backup, for easy reference. Also make clear how you should be contacted if the act has questions or issues arise.

Supplies:

Make a first aid kit easily available.

Fire Prevention:

Ensure you have a functioning smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector, and that your property meets government safety guidelines for your area (e.g., International Building Code). Ensure you provide a functioning fire extinguisher and complete required maintenance.

Exits:

Ensure you have a clearly marked fire escape route, and post a map as per local laws.

Minimise Hazards

Privacy:

Make sure you are aware of and comply with applicable federal, state, and local laws.

Occupancy:

Establish safe occupancy limits – your local government may have guidelines.

Access:

Go through your venue to identify any areas where performers and audiences might trip or fall and either remove the hazard or mark clearly. Fix any exposed wires. Ensure stairs are safe and have railings. Remove or lock up any objects that may be dangerous to your guests.

Child-Proofing:

Ensure your venue is safe for children, or else notify artists of potential hazards.

Climate:

Ensure your venue is properly ventilated and that temperature control is clearly marked and functional. Ensure artists are clear about how to safely use the heater.

 

Neighbours

How can I be mindful of my neighbours?

Building Rules:

Ensure you relay your building/common area rules to your patrons. You may want to even notify your surrounding neighbours that you will be hosting a performance, and remind audiences not to bother your neighbours (e.g., don’t knock on their door or buzz them to let you in).

Parking:

Ensure you relay parking rules for your building and neighbourhood to your patrons.

Noise:

Remind guests about keeping noise down as they enter and exit your property. Develop a policy about how performers and guests will use your space and ensure your guests are clear about your ‘policy.’

HOST REQUIREMENTS:

To avoid surprises, you may want to include the information covered above in your Anywhere Theatre listing profile.

Permissions

Whom should I notify that I’m hosting on Anywhere Theatre?

 

Contracts:

Consider an agreement in writing between host venues and performers which outlines things like how often you plan to perform, any rehearsal dates and times and how you will share the revenue if that makes sense for you. Please also ensure you have all the necessary Occupational Health & Safety paperwork completed.

Neighbors:

Consider whether you should notify your neighbours about your plans to host a show, along with your plan for how to make sure your guests are not disruptive.

General Regulations

What local regulations apply to me?

 

Taxes:

Ensure you look up any local taxes or business license requirements that may apply. This may include things like sales, and other turnover taxes such as Value Added Tax (VAT) or Goods and Services Tax (GST), or income tax.

Permits or Registrations:

Ensure you look up any permitting, zoning, safety, and health regulations that may apply. The governing authorities that regulate the use and development of property in your area may have useful information on such regulations.

Insurance

What insurance should I get to cover my venue?

Basic Coverage:

Review your insurance policy with your insurance carrier to make sure you have adequate coverage.

Liability:

Ensure you have adequate liability coverage as well as property protection.

For more information on how Anywhere Theatre works, visit our How It Works page.

* Please note that Anywhere Theatre has no control over the conduct of Hosts and disclaims all liability. Failure of Hosts to satisfy their responsibilities may result in suspension of activity or removal from the Anywhere Theatre website.