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The Paint Factory – Pop up in opening walkway

115 Hyde Road
Yeronga, Queensland 4104 Australia

The Paint Factory is a location made up of many different industrial spaces in Yeronga. In 2023 it host many Anywhere Festival Award winning shows and has spaces from intimate inside spaces (The Blue Room) to large indoor and outdoor spaces (The Canning Room Warehouse is approx 1,000 sq metres).
Good parking availability on-site, with commercial vehicle access including loading dock and drive-in possibilities for small trucks and vehicles. Toilets on site in the Canning Room Warehouse space.

On Friday 2, Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 August The Paint Factory will be an Anywhere Fringe Hub. We plan to run it in a similar way to 2023 Anywhere Festival, with several different spaces being used and 10-15 different productions across the three days.

The spaces are Anywhere style spaces with limited infrastructure
to be used “as is” or will require you to bring in infrastructure. For an example of shows held at the venue, head to the Anywhere Festival Facebook page and look up the following shows: Incendiary, Banshee’s Luck, 34 Scenes About The Weather, The Human Centipede Parody Musical.

It has a range of locations. Ones with asterisks were used in 2023 Anywhere Festival and have been reserved again, but there are other spaces as well.

– Grassy Noll and Driveway
– Bund 2 Stand alone brick building (Incendiary – 2023)
– Bund 1 Outside (34 scenes about the weather – 2023)
– Canning Room Sub Space
– Canning Room
– The Blue Room (Banshee’s Luck – 2023)
– Upper Level Manufacturing Room (Into The Light – 2023)

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.