KADS is about community
KADS was formally established in 1969 and has grown from its early beginnings to become an iconic part of the City of Kalamunda's rich cultural heritage.
Our aims are many...
To engage and inspire, to entertain and to produce original works, to train and support a new generation of actors as they discover the craft, to promote theatre to our community, and most of all to HAVE FUN!
KADS is coordinated and run by a group of dedicated volunteers...
2020 Executive Committee
Publicity & Marketing:
Front of House:
Les Marshall (Acting)
And it's our community of KADS members who are the heart of the club and support us by attending plays and working behind the scenes to help stage the "magic" that is community theatre...
From church to ambulance depot to performance venue, KADS Town Square Theatre has had a long history...
Kalamunda Dramatic Society was formed in 1969 and initially operated out of members' homes and then the Kalamunda Agricultural Hall
The building was built as St Barnabas church in 1926 to replace the original 1911 weatherboard structure on the site
Deconsecrated in 1963, it then became the St John Ambulance Depot
The building was acquired in 1977 by the Shire of Kalamunda
It was first used by KADS in 1981 to stage a production of the mystery classic "Gaslight"
And it's been our theatre home ever since...
KADS Town Square Theatre seats 58 patrons in raked seating, and every seat has an excellent view of the stage in this intimate performance space
The licensed foyer bar serves snacks and a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
Our large covered verandah and courtyard are perfect for enjoying a relaxing pre-show or interval drink
Please note that the theatre is owned by the City of Kalamunda and is currently not wheelchair accessible