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Museum TheatreMadras museum theatre was opened in 1896 Indo-saracenic in style. It has been among the grand structures built by the British in Madras during the late 19th century.The Theatre has played thousands of Plays so far. It has a Stage Size of 22' x 36' with a capacity of 500 people and 2 dressing Rooms.
Pantheon Road,Egmore, Chennai - 600 008
Tel:+(91)-(44) 28269638
George Town
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Chinmaya Heritage Centre Chinmaya Heritage Centre where many events like cultural shows,dance shows and dramas are organised is situated on the Harrington Road of Chetput which has a stage size of 40' x 20' and the capacity of 767 people with A/C and 2 dressing rooms.
2, 13th Avenue, Harrington Rd, Chetput, Chennai - 600 031
Tel:+(91)-(44) 28365202 / 28365046
T T K Auditorium (Main Hall)T T K Auditorium Located at TTK Road has a massive capacity of 1700 people with 2 dressing rooms and where many events like Dance shows and Cultural shows are conducted.

TTK Auditorium, Music Academy, TTK Road, Royapettah, Chennai - 600 014
Tel:+(91)-(44) 28112231 / 28115162
Kalaivanar ArangamKalaivanar Arangam an Auditorium which has a massive capacity of 1040 people with a stage size of 40' x 25' with A/C and 1 dressing room,where events like Plays,Inter College Competition and Dance programmes are organised.
Walajah Road Chennai - 600005
Tel:+(91)-(44) 28545669
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KK Nagar
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Image AuditoriumImage Auditorium which is famous for conducting conference and corporate function is located at Raja Annamalai Puram and has a stage size of 80' x 30' with a capacity of 928 people,2 dressing rooms,and A/c.
Behind Ayappan Temple, M R C Nagar, Raja Annamalai puram, Chennai - 600 028
Tel:+(91)-(44) 24934911
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Sri Chaggankal Triveni SubhagrihaSri Chaggankal Triveni Subhagriha is situated at Mylapore and it has a capacity of not more than 100 people and it is fully equipped with Air Condition.
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan 37/39, East Mada Street Mylapore, Chennai - 600 004
Tel:+(91)-(44) 24940811/ 24943450
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Kamaraj Kalai AranghamKamaraj Kalai Arangham which is located at Anna Salai with Huge capacity of 1700 people with Air condition and Stage Size of 45' x 75' with 2 dressing rooms.
574 A, Anna Salai, Opp. DMS, Teynampet Police StationChennai - 600 006
Tel:+(91)-(44) 24349040
Thyagaraya Nagar
Balamandir German HallBalamandir German Hall non A/C auditorium is located in Thyagaraja Nagar which has a capacity of 750 people with 2 dressing rooms.
17, Prakasam Street , Thyagaraja Nagar Chennai - 600 017
Tel:+(91)-(44) 28268441
Vani MahalVani Mahal with the capacity of 800 people and a stage size of 45' x 20' was owned by the Tyaga Brahma Gana Sabha, one of the oldest sabhas in the city. It was renovated three years ago and made into one of the best auditoriums in Chennai.
# 103, G N Chetty Road,T Nagar, Chennai - 600 017
Tel:+(91)-(44) 28152166
Gana ViharGana Vihar is the centre where mostly events based on Music are organised and it is located at Thyagaraja Nagar. It is fully equiped with A/C and has a capacity of about 900 people with 1 dressing room.
Krishna Gana Sabha 20, Maharajapuram Santhanam Salai Thyagaraja Nagar, Chennai - 600 017
Tel:+(91)-(44) 28140806
YGP AuditoriumYGP Auditorium is situated on Tirumalai Pillai Road in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Managed by the YGP Trusts, it is a well-maintained open-air auditorium inside the Padma Seshadri School. The auditorium is a perfect venue to conduct any cultural program.The hall can accommodate around 600 persons at a time.
17, Tirumalai Pillai Road T Nagar, Chennai - 600 017
Tel:+(91)-(44) 28173596
ParinamIt is an open air with flat seating auditorium situated in Off East Coast Rd Injambakkam, has a capacity of 800 people with 1 dressing room.
2/103A, Off East Coast Rd,Injambakkam, Chennai - 600 041
Tel:+(91)-(44) 24491784
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Anna Nagar
Kalakshetra AuditoriumIt is an Auditorium which belongs to Kalakshetra College of Fine Arts, it is used mainly to organise cultural dance shows. It has a total capacity of 900 people (Ground 750,Balcony 150) and 2 dressing rooms.
Kalakshetra College of Fine Arts Thiruvanmiyur, Chennai - 600 041
Tel:+(91)-(44) 24521169/24914359
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