Following major refurbishment of our grade B listed building, Dunoon Burgh Hall re-opened in June 2017 as a community arts hub with a museum standard gallery, creative workshops, theatre, café and meeting rooms.
With our vision of ‘bringing the unexpected to Dunoon’, the building plays a pivotal role in the town of Dunoon and its position within Argyll by providing the community and visitors to the area with access to the arts.
Our Theatre has an impressive capacity of up to 230 seats and retains the charm of its original features including the stage and balcony while being fully equipped with first class sound and state of the art lighting systems to enhance the audience experience, making it an excellent venue for both small to mediums sized productions.
Dunoon Burgh Hall runs a year-long programme of exhibitions, theatre and events alongside learning programmes for children and young people while our multi-functional venue is available for hire for special occasions.
On foot or by bike:
Catch the train at Glasgow Central Station and connect directly with Cal Mac Ferries passenger service at Gourock Station. You can travel from Dunoon to Gourock in just one hour and ten minutes.
Drive to Gourock and take the Western Ferries service from McInroy’s point in Gourock. Dunoon town centre is a 5 minute drive from the ferry terminal at Hunters Quay. If you’re planning your journey in advance, you can buy discounted ferry tickets online from www.western-ferries.co.uk
Alternatively head north from Glasgow. along Loch Lomond side and then follow the A83 over the famous “Rest and Be Thankful” to the A815 turnoff for Dunoon. The journey from Glasgow City Centre to Dunoon Town Centre will take approximately 2 hours, but there are plenty of fabulous places to stop along the way!
Contact Venue for further information.