Hire the Studio

The CDT Studio is at 1 Kingsley Street, on the corner of Barry Drive and Kingsley Street in Canberra City. The studio is available for hire outside of our class times for individual or small group practice; or for your own classes with competitive rates according to use.

Please direct hire all studio hire enquiries to office.canberradancetheatre@gmail.com
Please detail the proposed time and duration for studio hire, with information about the proposed type of activity (e.g. commercial or not-for-profit activity, dance style, etc.) in your enquiry.

Studio hire rates per hour

  • $27 per hour for members
  • $33 per hour for non-members
  • $50 per hour for commercial activity such as classes and workshops

Prices include GST.

About the Studio

The Studio was completed in 2012 as part of the City West development. It features a professional Harlequin Liberty sprung ballet floor – the best dance floor available and the same floor used by world-renowned dance companies such as the Bolshoi Ballet.

To maintain the condition of the floor, CDT prohibits street shoes, percussive dance (e.g. tap) and high heels in our Studio.

Studio availability

CDT events and classes take priority, so please confirm and book any studio availability with the CDT office staff well before your activities or you may be disappointed. CDT reserves the right to review regular hires, and adjust hire times to suit CDT workshops in consultation with hirers.

The Studio set up as a performance space.

Studio Facilities

  • The Studio is just over 185 sqm in size.
  • 65 stackable chairs for seating.
  • Air conditioned.
  • Ballet barres, mirrors and sound system.
  • Two sides of studio fitted with ceiling to floor windows, providing plenty of natural light.
  • 3 metre high ceiling.
  • Men’s and women’s change rooms, toilets and a kitchenette off the adjacent foyer.
  • Fully wheelchair accessible.
  • Plenty of parking across the road and surrounds.

I was blown away! It was in such amazing condition, and such a beautiful space

Valerie D’Ville