Mandurah Performing Arts Centre reveals plans for new-look interior

The Mandurah Performing Arts Centre will upgrade its "outdated" interiors. Photo: File image.
The Mandurah Performing Arts Centre will upgrade its "outdated" interiors. Photo: File image.

The Mandurah Performing Arts Centre is expecting an upgrade to their outdated interiors and auditorium seating.

Impressive concept images for the design upgrade were presented at a City of Mandurah council meeting on October 9. 

MPAC general manager Guy Boyce also informed elected representatives of the expected timeline at the meeting.

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“With the city’s support, we have developed an interior design upgrade,” he said.

“It’s a strong building but looking tired in some places.

“It’s really to lift what is already a great space.”

The designs for the new interior aim to align MPAC’s community and Aboriginal values with that of the City of Mandurah and they plan to commission the original architects for the project. 

It was also revealed in a report at the meeting that MPAC reached surplus for 2017 which Mr Boyce said was a good place to be in.

MPAC sold a record number of tickets last year but are currently down in sales for this year.

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