Moggill Home

157 Livesay Road
Moggill, 4070 Australia

A Home in semi rural Moggill , on a 3.5 acre plot of land.
There is an oversized kidney shaped pool , edged with massive rocks , surrounded by greenery , think , bird of paradise , golden cane palms , ferns and frangipani’s .

There is a stage , open at the front , 5.5m ( back ) , × 7.5m ( front ) × 3,5m deep , with vj lined walls on three sides , and recycled corrugation sheets as roof and walls

From the stage , the ground has a gentle slope up hill , towards the 3 semi circle shaped terraces this grassed area is flanked with mock orange , magnolias , agapanthus , azaleas ,gardenias , jacaranda and poinciana trees .

Then there is Winton square , a grassed area on the side of the house , edged with gardenias, magnolias ,and jacaranda . There are 3 benches , all 3 with a screen behind them with fairy lights .

Next is the doors area , a comfy little sitting area , with 2 comfy leather chairs , made out of 8 doors , with a corrugated roof . The front courtyard also has a retreat area , an old garden shed , now with a bigger roof over it , and seating undernearh with a handrail on 2 sides , and even an outdoor claw bath.

The back half of our property is like a forest , the path will take you to the creek . We also have a vege garden and of course chooks .

Types of performances we’d like to host

Cabaret
Childrens
Circus
Comedy
Dance
Film Screening
Immersive
Magic
Music
Musical Theatre
Performance Art
Spoken Word / Poetry
Theatre
Walking Tour
Workshops
VIsual Art Exhibition

Artist experience level we would like: Emerging or established

Performances at this Space

This location does not have any events currently on sale.

Acknowledgement of Traditional Custodians

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we present Anywhere Festival, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, Turrbal and Yuggera Peoples. We wish to pay respect to their Elders - past, present and emerging - and acknowledge the important role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their stories continue to play.