Built in 1888, Kew Court House is an historic building with an 80-seat theatre. This performing arts space presents an outstanding annual live music program to arts-loving audiences from across Melbourne.
The venue also has spaces for hire that are suitable for performances, rehearsals, workshops, exhibitions and pre-production activities.
Kew Court House is proudly associated with the Hawthorn Arts Centre and run by Council.
The building is also home to:
- Kew Historical Society: presents displays and exhibitions of items related to the history of the area and provides information for anyone interested in the area's history.
- QArt: an art studio and gallery that provides opportunities to people with a disability through art.
- e.motion21: a not-for-profit organisation that runs innovative dance and fitness programs for children and young adults with Down syndrome.