Movies, live stage shows, weddings, banquets, comedy festivals, concerts. You name it, and Quirindi's Royal Theatre can host it.
And with renovations complete on the heritage listed icon, the Theatre is now better equipped than ever.
Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) Mayor, Councillor Andrew Hope, has welcomed the completion of infrastructure improvements.
"Despite Covid-19 restrictions, council has been able to continue rolling out infrastructure projects," Cr Hope enthused.
"This project provided a welcome stimulus to the local economy during these difficult times for local contractors."
Works included the installation of a new internal kitchenette with benches, cupboards, power and lighting, drastically improving the capacity for onsite catering.
At a grass roots level such a facility is part of the glue which binds the community together, plus there's the bonus of it's role as an economic driver.Andrew Hope
A new spiral staircase has also been installed to provide safer access to the projector and control room for staff and volunteers.
"It is a community hub utilised by local organisations and service groups for meetings and guest speakers, for High School performances and presentations, art shows as well as conferences," Cr Hope explained.
"The Theatre is a valuable asset for a rural community. These improvements will further enhance its ability to attract and cater for even more events.
"At a grass roots level such a facility is part of the glue which binds the community together, plus there's the bonus of it's role as an economic driver."
A $101,970 investment, with funding obtained from the NSW Government's Stronger Country Communities Program, facilitated these improvements.
"On behalf of Council I thank member for Upper Hunter, Michael Johnsen, who supported our application for funding for this initiative," Cr Hope concluded.