By Connor Steel
FAREHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL have invited their residents to explore an exclusive virtual tour of the new entertainment venue currently under construction; the media team releasing a YouTube video showcasing a range of interior views to viewers as they look to build excitement for the opening of Fareham Live next year.
The virtual tour can be seen via this link and lasts just under six minutes in total; the contents offering artist’s impressions on how the new venue will look once finished in around spring 2024. Its construction is ongoing and this included demolition of the Ferneham Hall facility, with the new building currently being built in place.
Residents will be able to explore a variety of key spaces within Fareham Live, including the main auditorium, community studio areas, bars and café sites. Viewers can furthermore get a first look at the impressive main foyer which is seen complete with the Wave of Thanks soundwave artwork confirmed recently by councillors.
Cllr Sue Walker, the Executive Member for Leisure and Community, said: “I am delighted with this virtual tour video as it truly brings Fareham Live to life. Whilst these building works are taking shape at pace it is great to showcase just how impressive the ‘finished’ Fareham Live will be and fully appreciate a venue for the future.”
Readers can view further information on Fareham Live by clicking onto this designated council website page; which includes all updates on the project and how to sign up to a special mailing list. The weblink also shows details on how businesses and individuals can sponsor the ‘Wave of Thanks’ art; featuring this press release.
PICTURED BY FAREHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL: Artist’s impression of the front entrance to the new venue.