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The Switchroom

The arc SWITCHROOM is a performance venue designed to create a club atmosphere with high acoustic qualities.  Facilities include licensed bar, bio box with outstanding stage view, backstage area and kitchen. An ideal and flexible venue for arc to host Open Stage nights, performance and music events. Available for private functions on application. Contact the office for private bookings for music events, theatre events, meeting and rehearsal space. Currently there are restrictions due to Covid 19. To attend Open Stage as an artist or audience, bookings are essential, please email us at

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Get yourself to the Switchroom. It only costs a few dollars to get in, the bar will be open and all we want are people to get on stage and do their thing and a big crowd to watch them!

Come and join the fun !!

raga shambhala concert Feb 6, 2020

  Tickets available through Trybooking or available at the door for $25.

Doors open 7pm. Starting time 7.30 pm. More information here


Celebrated international musicians Tenzin Choegyal (Tibet), Taro Terahara and Ayako Ikeda (Japan) are excited to announce their upcoming Raga Shambhala tour, presenting a total of 19 concerts over 4 weeks throughout Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales.
Raga Shambhala offers a magical musical fusion of joyful Tibetan song with glorious Indian flute. The sounds of bansuri and tabla blend seamlessly with Tenzin’s flute, dranyen and vocal offerings in an interplay which is sensitive and beautifully rendered.

Tenzin Choegyal is one of a handful of artists keeping Tibet’s music alive in the freedom of exile, and is held in high esteem by other performers from all genres. His cantering rhythms, soaring vocals and exquisite flute solos have enchanted audiences around the globe, including concerts at Carnegie Hall, New York with Phillip Glass, Laurie Anderson and Patti Smith.

Accomplished bansuri master Taro Terahara and tabla player Ayako Ikeda are leaders in the thriving and highly competitive Indian classical music scene in Japan. The bansuri (Indian flute) beautifully captures the sound of the air, the mountains and the uplifting devotional mood of Krishna, as their music soars, swoops and transports listeners to realms of pure sound, engaging the mind and touching the heart.

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