Access to the Venue
Disabled access to the theatre is via ramps to the front (via the Lowe St car park) and side (via Crawford St) entrances on the ground floor.
Aisle seating can be requested for those requiring more room on either the left or the right. If you have any specific requirements, please indicate when making your booking.
The theatre has infrared assistive listening equipment available to help enhance the enjoyment of performances for those patrons who may be hearing impaired. The receiver units can be used in conjunction with the neckloop telecoil couplers available for use by patrons whose hearing aids are equipped with a telephone coil (T-Switch). For patrons who do not use hearing aids but require the sound to be amplified, the units are compatible with a wide variety of earphones and headphones which plug directly into the receiver units. Patrons are encouraged to bring their own earphones or headphones where possible. Further information regarding the use of this equipment can be obtained by contacting the box office.
During construction of the new Council’s new Civic and Cultural precinct, make your visit to The Q and Bicentennial Hall easy by reading our parking guide.
Patrons who are sight impaired may request seating in the first three rows and this will be provided if available.
Wheelchair and Carers Seating
The theatre has wheelchair seating available in Seats 24-28 Row B and carers seating immediately behind in Seats 25-29 Row C. These seats can only be booked through the box office in person or by telephoning 02 6285 6290. They are not available through the online ticketing system.