Located at 317 Murray Street in Perth with entry from Wolf Lane, The Sewing Room has the capacity for 320 patrons in a classic, basement, live music/club environment.
The venue is home to a variety of musical genres, specialising in supporting live original music and club nights.
Developed in one of the city’s most beautiful, early 1900s buildings, the venue was previously home to the Pierucci fashion house, with the basement being the location of the garment sewing room.
“UNKNOWN SUBURBAN KIDS CAN GET THEIR BIG BREAK”
When the owners of The Sewing Room were looking for a space to create a world-class music venue in the Perth CBD, the location and name were obvious.
Kept in much the same condition as it was first established by the fashion house in the 1950s, The Sewing Room’s basement space acknowledges its history, while looking firmly to the future of music.
It is a venue where a group of unknown suburban kids can get their big break or where obscure musical genres can find an audience, as well as a platform for established local bands and touring national and international artists looking to connect with their audience in an intimate environment.