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The Drum Theatre is aglow following a $100,000 facelift.
LED lights now illuminate the Dandenong heritage building each night.
Greater Dandenong Council sought advice and approval about treatments that would be appropriate for the facade.
The Lonsdale and Walker street building originally opened in 1890 as the Dandenong Town Hall.
It opened as a performing arts theatre in 2006.
The new lighting kicked into action on 4 February following a trial from 1 January and can be changed to different colours to reflect community events, such as pink for breast cancer awareness.

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