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The Bridgetown Theatre was established by the Bridgetown Repertory Club which was first firmed in 1932. The theatre itself was built in 1950 and has seen a wide range of entertainment through its doors over the years. Today the theatre which can seat up to 170 patrons, hosts various plays and musicals and is one of the main venues for the ‘Blues at Bridgetown’ mustic festival.
Written Jun 12, 2009
Address: cnr Southwest Hwy/Nelson St, Bridgetown
Bridgetown is around 3 hours drive South of Perth and about 2 hours east of Margaret River. There is a daily train service (Australind) running from Perth’s main railway station both early morning and late afternoon to Bunbury. From there you can take a TransWA or a South West Coachline bus to Bridgetown. A bus also operates from Perth all the way through to Bridgetown.
Updated Jun 11, 2009
This is an annual festival held in November each year in Bridgetown. The festival has been operating since 1993 and has become an international commemoration of Blues music. The festival is held over three days.
Written Jun 13, 2009
Favorite thing: The art deco Town Hall building was built in 1936 and is still used by the Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes for its offices. It is located at 3 Steere Street in Bridgetown.
Written Jun 12, 2008