75 Reid St has welcomed performances from Woodes, Billy Davis and Riley Pierce in the past.
Wander down the back streets of Fitzroy and you’ll come across a multi-purpose, dynamic venue offering a place for a range of different activities and events.
Home to and curated by the Fitzroy North Community Church, 75 Reid St is a 1920’s church that’s established itself as a Melbourne institution across the last century. With its high ceilings and spacious interior, it was once a home for sports – a space for basketball, netball and other sports to be played indoors.
What you need to know
- It’s time to get to know 75 Reid St, Melbourne’s multi-purpose venue located in the backstreets of Fitzroy
- Hosting weddings, conferences, exhibitions and more, 75 Reid St is also a space for gigs and concerts
- The venue has hosted performances from Woodes, Billy Davis, Riley Pearce and more in the past
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Since being refurbished, the venue has become a popular spot for weddings, exhibitions, conferences, training workshops and yoga to take place. What’s more, 75 Reid St has also become an intimate venue for gigs and concerts.
In 2021, 75 Reid St has welcomed Woodes and Billy Davis to perform in the space, while the venue also hosted The Boite’s International Women’s Day celebration, The Resonant Heart, in March. Here, the likes of Aseel Tayah, Tariro Mavondo and three-piece ensemble, SARAY Illuminado Femme, graced the venue.
The venue also hosted performer, speaker, writer and creative mentor, Clare Elizabeth Dea, as part of her The Spiritual Love Guru’s Australian tour.
75 Reid St is also home to The North Collective, a co-working space offering freelancers, small businesses and not-for-profits all the necessities for work and creativity, such as 24/7 access, Wi-Fi, a meeting room, kitchenette and more.
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