Hall Hire | General Info | Glenbrook Cinema

Hall Hire

Glenbrook School of Arts Hall

Conveniently located with easy access to public transport is the Glenbrook School of Arts hall which adjoins the Glenbrook Cinema. It is suitable for meetings, classes, art and craft exhibitions and similar quiet functions.

The hall features a piano, domestic kitchen and air-conditioning and is in close proximity to beautiful Glenbrook Park. 

It must be appreciated that the hall is immediately next to a theatre/cinema and noise can transfer from the theatre to the hall and vice versa, so the hall is only suitable for meetings, classes, art and craft exhibitions and similar quiet functions.


Hall Bookings and Enquiries

Glenbrook Cinema manages the Glenbrook Hall on behalf of Blue Mountains City Council.

NOTE:
Only the hall is available for hire.
The theatre auditorium is not available for hire.

To enquire about hiring the hall, please email the cinema at the email address below:

Email:

Glenbrook Cinema will reply via email, (or phone you), at a time that does not confict with busy cinema session start and finish times. Alternatively you can drop into the cinema to talk with one of our friendly staff at any time during session screening times. Best time is 15 minutes after an advertised session start time when our staff have the time to manage your hall hire enquiry.


During cinema closure due to COVID-19 Glenbrook Cinema will arrange appointment times with hirers for booking enquiries, payments and hall key collection and return.


Forms and Documentation

As from July 2020 all hirers (new and existing) will be required to complete the editable Glenbrook Hall Booking Request PDF Form. Note: The PDF may not appear editable in your web browser so please save the PDF and open using Adobe Acrobat to easily type your details and sign electronically.

To confirm your booking the following will be required:

  1. Hall Hire Booking Request Form - SIGNED
     
  2. Insurance Documentation:
     
    • Certificate of Currency - Public Liability
      Sporting Clubs, Incorporated bodies, Associations, Commercial for profit businesses and / or individuals or groups who charge a fee for service and / or an admission fee, are required to provide a Certificate of Currency with a public liability of $20,000,000 as evidence of separate insurance. The Certificate of Currency must correspond to the individual OR company / organziation's name on the Booking Request Form.
       
    • Important Note:
      If not providing a Certificate of Currency you will be required to complete additional forms following the submission of your booking request form. You will also be required to pay a $300 to $500 Bond Fee subject to assessment of low or high risk, which will be refundable through Blue Mountains City Council. The bond refund will be issued by cheque from BMCC within 10 working days.
       
  3. Non Profit Supporting Documentation (optional)
     
    • If you require Non Profit rates you must provide proof of your registered Not-For-Profit organisation or incorporated association.
  1. Liquor Licence (optional)
     
    • If there will be alcohol present a liquor permit is required from NSW Police.
    • If alcohol is for sale the hirer needs to obtain a liquor licence.
  1. Hall Hire Payment in Advance
     
    • All hire fees must be paid in advance of hire.
       
  2. Blue Mountains City Council Hall Hire Conditions
     
    • Glenbrook Hall is owned by Blue Mountains City Council.
      All hirers must read and be familiar with any additional information, (which may not appear on the Glenbrook Cinema's website), relating to terms, fees and conditions of Blue Mountains public halls as published by Blue Mountains City Council on the Blue Mountains City Council website:

Facilities

Small Hall:

  • Current capacity under PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER: 30
  • Licensed Capacity: 100 people (standing only)
  • Timber Floor 
  • Toilets: Disabled, Female and Male 
  • Audio Loop: No 
  • Heating and Cooling Systems 
  • Piano 
  • 80 Chairs (approximate) 
  • 15 Tables (approximate) 
  • Accessible: Yes 
  • Accessible Parking: Yes

Domestic Kitchen:

  • Boiling Water System 
  • Electric Oven with Stove top
  • Fridge
  • Microwave

 


Other Considerations

Glenbrook Hall User Guide pdf download here

Fees and Charges
Glenbrook Hall Hire fees are as published on the Blue Mountains City Council website and  are updated July each year.

Payment of Fees
Glenbrook Cinema collects hall hire fees on behalf of Blue Mountains City Council.
Any cheques to be made payable to Glenbrook Cinema.
Glenbrook Cinema pays Blue Mountains City Council.

Notice of booking request:
A minimum of 10 working days’ notice is required to process a booking request.

Cancellation of Bookings
Twenty-five (25%) of the hire fees will be retained by Council if cancellation of the booking by the hirer is less than one week (5 working days) prior to the date of hire.

Inspection of facilities:
Inspection of the hall is by appointment only.

Noise Restrictions:
Unless otherwise stated in the Conditions of Hire all noise must cease at 12 midnight.

Vacation of premises:
Unless stated otherwise in the Conditions of Hire all premises must be vacated by midnight to 12.30am.

Kitchen ware:
Crockery and cutlery are not provided. It is the responsibility of the hirer to organise the equipment for their function.

PA
There is NO PA systems available at the Glenbrook Hall.

Electrical Equipment:
Electrical equipment brought into a hall must be tested and tagged prior to the hire date.

Cleaning:
Hirers must leave the premises clean and tidy.

Smoke Machines:
Smoke, fog or haze machines or any other equipment liable to activate the fire alarm system are not permitted.