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An exterior of a theatre lit up early evening.

Photo: Cummins Theatre at Night, Merredin, 2020. Photo by Justin Freind, courtesy of the Shire of Merredin.

Since 2020 the program has provided more than $2.3 million support for venues across WA to enable expanded annual programming and community engagement activities while also increasing employment and tourism opportunities.

The following regional venues were successful in the 'In the House' round for activity starting from January 2023:

  • Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre $80,000
  • Arts Narrogin Incorporated $80,000
  • Margaret River HEART $78,079
  • Albany Entertainment Centre $80,000
  • Beverley Station Arts Inc $39,745
  • Queens Park Theatre $80,000
  • Goldfields Arts Centre $79,829
  • Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council $80,000
  • Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre $80,000
  • Broome Civic Centre $60,000.

In the House is part of the Regional Arts and Cultural Investment Program (RACIP), which contributes to an innovative and robust economy by supporting performing arts and entertainment centres in WA's regions.

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Page reviewed 06 May 2022