Come the evening of 2 November, Roma’s Wool Hall at Basset Park shall be filled with songs from near and far. Whether you hail from near or are coming from afar, be sure to swing in for a night of music, storytelling and community spirit. Refuel the tank and fill up your heart while you’re at it.
Doors open at 6:30pm for a 7pm start – see you there!
Festival of Small Halls hasn’t visited Roma before so, we’re incredibly excited to meet the locals, welcome in some travellers and unite under the roof of the Wool Hall. Below is a collection of photos from our shows over the years. Each and every community holds a special place in our hearts.
Licensed bar and soft drinks available along with a BBQ dinner before the doors and in the interval.
Basset Park is home to many things – accommodation, sporting events, the famed Roma race carnival – and like a small town with a place to gather at its heart, so too is Basset Park home to Wool Hall. Named for the industry that generations of Maranoa farmers have lived by, Wool Hall is now a multi-purpose function area that can hold hundreds of merry revellers, families and friends.
Wool Hall stands on lands traditionally owned by the Manandanji (Man-nan-dan-jee) people.
Festival of Small Halls Roma is proudly presented by the Rotary Club of Roma. The Roma Rotary identifies community needs locally, nationally and overseas, then leverages their resources to enable solutions. Their key project is Pinaroo, (an aboriginal word for “Resting Place”), a not-for-profit residential aged are facility in Roma which prides itself on providing not only expert care, but sharing the laughter and friendship of residents.