Drama Centre


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Located on the 3rd floor of the National Library, the Drama Centre adds to Singapore's stable of world-class purpose built performing arts space with its 615-seat proscenium theatre. It also offers an intimate 120-seater Black Box, VIP and function rooms to meet the demands of the diverse range of today's arts events - from the mid-sized theatrical presentation with stringent technical requirements, to intimate performances, talks and exhibitions.

The theatre is equipped with state-of-the-art lighting, rigging and sound systems, and an orchestra pit on a lift that can also form a front stage extension. With plush seats and good acoustics, audiences are assured of a comfortable and enjoyable experience. The function area and VIP lounge with exclusive facilities such as bar, pantry and toilets, are excellent for seminars, meetings and private functions. A bar and box office located at the foyer also offer patrons the highest standards of service.


100 Victoria Street, #05-01, National Library Building, Singapore, Civic-District, 188064

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