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Benalla Performing Arts & Convention Centre

The Benalla Performing Arts and Convention Centre (BPACC) is the region's premium destination for theatre, performing arts, movies, convention and conference hire.

The venue features a 344-seat tiered auditorium, 3 professional meeting rooms, a cinema kiosk and ample access-friendly parking. 

BPACC offers a diverse program of theatre performances, musical events and cinema screenings.

The Benalla Cinema @ BPACC
The Benalla Cinema screens movies every Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday and over the school holidays.

The Cinema is available for group bookings, fundraising events and children's birthday parties. For more information contact the Box Office on (03) 5762 5515.

Benalla Cinema @ BPACC ticket prices:

  • Adult $15
  • Concession $13
  • Child (12 years and under) $11
  • Tuesdays (all tickets) $11
  • Family (2 adults, 2 children) $45

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The BPACC Box Office is open from 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday and half an hour prior to movie sessions and theatre performances.  

  • BPACC Box Office Phone: (03) 5762 5515
  • Box Office Fax: (03) 5762 5545
  • Email: bpacc@benalla.vic.gov.au
  • Address: 57 Samaria Road, Benalla, Victoria.

BPACC Staff

  • Jilian Mulally - Manager, Arts Communications and Events
  • Ashley Merbach - Venue Co-ordinator
  • Lois Smith - Administration Officer
  • Kate McMillan - Marketing Officer

BPACC Board of Management

  • Alana Johnson, Chair
  • Cr Ellen Crocker, Council representative
  • Cr Peter Davis, Council representative
  • Paul Culpan, GOTAFE representative
  • Thomas Pamminger, GOTAFE representative
  • Danny Claridge, President, Friends of BPACC Inc

BPACC History

After 14 months in construction and four years in the planning, BPACC was officially opened on Friday November 12, 2004, by the Minister for Education and Training, the Honourable Lynne Kosky MP.

Since that time, the centre has been host to more than 1,600 events including conferences, concerts, graduations, comedy events, theatre, workshops and much more.

More than 100,000 people have visited BPACC as either arts patrons or event participants.