29th April 1956: the date when the Leone Philharmonic Society (owner of the Aurora Theatre) confirmed its close ties with the Gozo Cathedral Church with the donation of a Santa Marija statue - Our Lady Assumed into Heaven.

Date of inauguration:
3rd May 1995

Multiple use: 
Conferences, meetings, choral and band rehearsals, receptions, recitals, dance workshops.
Wooden parquet flooring installed. 

Main entrance to the theatre premises is from 100, Republic Street, Victoria VCT1017, Gozo, Malta.
A secondary entrance is situated at the rear side of the premises, accessible from the central Victoria Parking Space, behind the central Bus Terminus.
The 29th April 1956 is on the third floor with quasi-direct access by lift. (A flight of 6 steps remain).

200 persons (seated)
300 persons (standing)

Stage Dimensions:     
Width: 7m           
Depth 3.5m                
Height 4m                    

Backstage facilities:
1 backstage room
1 adjecent foyer for backstage purposes

Front-of-house Facilities:                                                                 
Ground floor entrance & foyer
1st floor foyer, just outside the theatre main entrance
Ground floor bar
1st floor reception halls – up to 100-150 persons standing
3rd floor reception hall – up to 300 persons standing

Parking Facilities:
Ample free and unlimited parking is available at the Victoria's central  Car Park, only a 100m distance from the theatre premises' rear entrance.
Free (90-minute) parking is available outside the main entrance on normal days, but is usually restricted on major performance nights.

Lights & Sound:
Basic stage lights in place, with possible additional show-lighting installations.
High quality public address and theatre sound system installed.

Health and Safety:
The premises, including theatre and front-of-house, are fully equipped with fire-fighting equipment, make use of all possible fire-retardant furnishings and applications, and are run by theatre personnel trained in basic fire-equipment handling.