It’s showtime for the Karralyka Theatre website

Karralyka Theatre has launched their stunning new website built on the SeamlessCMS foundation. Management required a powerful website to help them announce the activities of the venue without demanding too much of their time.

Karralyka Theatre

Revitalised Karralyka Theatre website

Owned and operated by the Maroondah City Council, the Karralyka Theatre is a state of the art venue that has catered for the social and cultural needs within the region for more than three decades.

The theatre accommodates everything from public performances to corporate events. It’s estimated that in 2014 almost 50,000 guests visited the centre, attending everything from local school performances to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow.

Versatile design and ease of use

The website has a modern look that was specifically tailored to match the vibrancy of the theatre itself. With just a few clicks visitors can find rich pages featuring multimedia content that showcases upcoming events and the function spaces that are available for hire.

Projects like Karralyka Theatre demonstrate the flexibility of SeamlessCMS to adapt to any requirements. Visitors can easily browse and purchase tickets for events while an intuitive graphical interface allows the Karralyka staff to keep the website up to date without learning any complicated new processes.

Dynamic content lists allow similar performances to be grouped together by genre so that audiences can easily discover events that will appeal to them.

The Karralyka website is the product of a constructive partnership between the operators and the Seamless team, and we couldn’t be happier with the results.

Seamless solves the challenges of local digital government. To find out how you can use SeamlessCMS to deliver a feature rich and valued website, get in contact with us.

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