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The Designs are In

18th Apr 18

Proposed designs for Hamilton’s new Waikato Regional Theatre have now been released.

The design sees the Theatre overlooking the Waikato river and includes a boutique hotel, an art gallery, retail space and the Theatre itself comprising of 1300 seats.

The group responsible for driving the theatre project, Momentum Waikato hired international specialists in theatre design Charcoalblue.  It is thought, that when the $73 million-dollar project is complete, there will be nothing else in New Zealand like it.  Hamilton City Mayor, Andrew King recently commented “"I can't think of anything in New Zealand that's going to be this intact. All of these things together in one area within a few minutes' walk. It's the sort of thing you get in Europe a bit. With theatres right in the middle of town where everything is happening and [where] all your restaurants are."

The Waikato Regional Theatre project itself is creating a myriad of ideas for further development including a possible link bridge from the Theatre across to River Road to join up with more parking.  However, concerns around parking space for theatre goers have been alleviated with the realisation of 2000 car parks that are handy to the proposed site being mostly empty at night.

The Theatre is a part of the Hamilton City Council’s 10 year plan for the city and, all going well, building should start next year with a planned completion in 2021.

For more information about Hamilton's new Waikato Regional Theatre, click here to read the full article written by Ruby Nyika at www.stuff.co.nz.

 

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