Getting to the theatre

State Theatre Centre of WA

The State Theatre Centre of WA is located at the corner of William Street and Roe Street in Perth and is just a stone's throw away from Perth Railway Station and Roe Street Bus Station, making public transport a great option for travelling to and from the theatre.

The Heath Ledger Theatre (HLT) and Studio Underground (SU) are venues within The State Theatre Centre and are designed by the award-winning Kerry Hill Architects.

Heath Ledger Theatre seating map can be downloaded here.

Studio Underground seating map can be downloaded here.

Address: 174 - 176 William Street. Perth, WA 6000

Box Office: (08) 6212 9200. Monday to Friday, 10am to 5:30pm.

Email: SWABox@ptt.wa.gov.au

Website: https://www.ptt.wa.gov.au/venu...

  • Transport to The State Theatre Centre of WA

    The State Theatre Centre of WA is located at the corner of William Street and Roe Street in Perth and is just a stone's throw away from Perth Railway Station and Roe Street Bus Station, making public transport a great option for travelling to and from the theatre.

    The Heath Ledger Theatre and Studio Underground are venues within The State Theatre Centre and are designed by the award-winning Kerry Hill Architects.

    Rail & Bus
    The Centre is easily accessed from the Perth train station - please see location map for directions.

    Transperth's Blue CAT buses travel from the Barrack St Jetty to Northbridge. The closest pick-up and drop-off points to the State Theatre Centre are Beaufort Street (stop 7) and James Street (stop 14).

    It is recommended that patrons requiring special assistance at train and bus stations contact Transperth on 1800 800 022 (24 hour service).

    For more information on routes, timetables and services contact Transperth's InfoLine on 13 62 13 or visit the Transperth website.

    Please note: Due to the construction at the Perth train station, ways to get to the State Theatre Centre from the station may change frequently. Please follow any signage at the station to make your way to Roe Street and the STCWA.

    Pedestrians can connect between the CBD and Northbridge using footpaths on the Horseshoe Bridge, the Milligan Street railway footbridge and the Eastern Concourse that connects the Perth Cultural Centre with Forrest Chase. People with accessibility difficulties are encouraged to use the Eastern Concourse that connects the Cultural Centre with Forrest Chase.

    Taxis
    Pick up and set down only points are available on William Street close to the main entrance to the venue. This area is also classed as a Taxi Zone when not being used for parking. Taxi ranks are situated at:

    • Perth City Rail Station (Wellington Street)
    • William Street Supervised Rank (located between Roe & James Streets, supervised Fri & Sat nights 12am-4am)
    • James Street (outside foodhall, near corner of Lake Street)
    • Milligan Street (alongside Rosie O'Grady's towards Roe Street. Fri & Sat nights, 11pm to 5am only).
  • Parking at the State Theatre Centre of WA

    There are three City of Perth parking locations in close proximity to The Centre.

    These are:

    • State Library Car Park, 15 Francis Street, which has 7 ACROD bays (note: the James Street entrance to this carpark is now closed.)
    • The Cultural Centre Car Park, 2 Roe Street, which has 4 ACROD bays
    • Roe Street Car Park, 68 Roe Street, which has 5 ACROD bays

    All three car parks are secure and situated a few minutes walk from The Centre - please visit www.cityofperthparking.com.au for more info. There is also a comprehensive network of cycle and dual-use paths in the area and there are bike racks at the Perth train station and one at The Centre on James Street.

    Click here to visit the City of Perth's Parking website for more detailed information on rates and opening and closing times.

    The Cultural Centre and the State Library car parks are currently offering prepaid parking:

    • Cultural Centre car park prepaid parking: available 6pm till close.
    • State Library car park prepaid parking: available Sunday to Thursday 6pm till close, Friday and Saturday 6pm till 3am.
  • Access Guide to the State Theatre Centre

    Facilities for people with disability

    The management of State Theatre Centre of WA endeavours to accommodate patrons with disability whenever possible. However, due to the production requirements of some events, these special facilities can sometimes become limited.

    We therefore recommend that all patrons with special requirements state their needs at the time of booking tickets. You can visit the venue box office or call (08) 6212 9292 to book your tickets.

    Our usual facilities include:

    • Wheelchair access to Heath Ledger Theatre and The Studio Underground
    • Access Seating in Heath Ledger Theatre and The Studio Underground
    • Wheelchair accessible toilets
    • In house Wheelchair (Contact us on (08) 6212 9200 to book for use during your visit.)
    • Auditorium Audio: Infrared hearing system
    • Audio Description Service for some performances

    Heath Ledger Theatre

    Disability access / access for patrons with mobility problems

    Lifts service the Main Foyer up to Heath Ledger Theatre foyer level 2. There is a separate lift that can then take patrons up to upper stalls and circle with mobility restrictions as per the below guidelines.

    Patrons who experience difficulties with stairs should purchase tickets in the below areas:

    No Stairs – Stalls Row E, Stalls Row O and Circle Row G. These rows include the designated wheelchair seats. All other rows require a step up or down. If patrons have severe mobility restrictions but are not using a wheelchair, they should contact the venue on (08) 6212 9292 to request appropriate seating. Alternatively, please purchase seats in Row E or O in Stalls, or Row G in circle.

    Minimal Stairs (2 to 4 stairs up/down) – Stalls Rows C to G, N and M. Circle Row F.

    Wheelchair seats

    Standard Wheelchairs – Stalls E1, E28, O13 and Circle GG1 and GG29

    Large Electric and Scooter Wheelchairs - Stalls O13 and Circle GG1 and GG29

    Carer Seats - Stalls, E2, E27, O12 and Circle G1 and G29

    Full Layback Wheelchairs - Please contact the venue on (08) 6212 9292 for the best seating position.

    Your ticket will note a Door for entry into the auditorium. These assigned doors are a guide only to improve general patron access to the theatre space, however, if you have mobility problems please approach a State Theatre Centre staff member upon arrival at the venue for directions on the best access route to your seat.

    The Venue has two wheelchairs available on site which can be requested for use by patrons for access around the venue if necessary. Please contact the venue directly if you would like a staff member to meet you at the entrance with a wheelchair on the night of your attendance. This can be booked by calling (08) 6212 9200.

    Accessible toilets are available on the Main Foyer level (in the Courtyard), Heath Ledger Theatre foyer level (closest for Stalls Row E), as well as upper stalls (closest for Stalls Row O) and circle (closest for Circle Row G).

    Studio Underground

    Disability access /access for patrons with mobility problems

    Lifts service the Main Foyer down to the Studio Underground foyer level. There is a separate lift that can then take patrons down to the Studio Underground stage level if required, depending on the configuration of seating and staging for that particular performance.

    The standard configuration is in a proscenium layout– Rows AA to H, seats 1-26.

    Patrons who experience difficulties with stairs should purchase tickets in the below areas:

    No Stairs – Row H. All other rows require a step down. Row H includes the designated wheelchair seat. If patrons have severe mobility restrictions but are not using a wheelchair, they should contact the venue on 6212 9292 to request appropriate seating. Alternatively please purchase seats in other Row H seats.

    Minimal Stairs (2 to 4 stairs down) – Rows F to G. Please note, Rows AA (nil stairs), A, and B (2 to 4 stairs up) can be used as an option for mobility restricted patrons but utilisation of these seats needs to be confirmed by through the venue on (08) 6212 9292 on a per show basis to confirm access is available due to staging, etc.

    Alternate configurations

    Access requirements for patrons who experience difficulties with stairs should be confirmed with the venue on (08) 6212 9292 for alternate seating configurations as the requirements will vary.

    Wheelchair seats

    The Studio Underground has wheelchair seating locations available both on the flat floor and on the balcony.

    Standard Configuration:

    All Wheelchairs - Row H Seats 63/64

    Alternate Configurations:

    All Wheelchairs - Contact the venue on (08) 6212 9292 for the best seating position.

    The Venue has two wheelchairs available on site which can be requested for use by patrons for access around the venue if necessary. Please contact the venue directly if you would like a staff member to meet you at the entrance with a wheelchair on the night of their attendance. This can be booked through stage door on (08) 6212 9200.

    Accessible toilets are available on the Main Foyer level (in the Courtyard), and the Studio Underground foyer level. For alternate seating configurations, access toilets are also available on the Studio Underground stage level Basement 2. Please ask our friendly staff for directions to the bathroom.

    ACROD bays

    There are two, 5 minute drop off bays directly outside the venue. They are located:

    • Roe Street
    • William Street

    There are three City of Perth parking locations near the venue. They are as follows:

    • State Library at 15 Francis Street which has 7 ACROD bays (24 hours)
    • The Cultural Centre at 2 Roe Street which has 4 ACROD bays (refer to operational hours of the car park)
    • Roe Street at 68 Roe Street which has 5 ACROD bays (refer to operational hours of the car park)

    Audio description and Tactile Tours

    Tickets for audio described performances are available through the venue box office on (08) 6212 9295 or SWAbox@ptt.wa.gov.au. It is essential patrons advise the booking agent that the audio described service will be required at time of booking. Tickets for the service can be purchased up to three working days prior to the performance, after which audio described seats which have not been sold will be released to the general public. Patrons are requested to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the performance in order to collect their equipment and be comfortably seated until the audio description commences.

    We regularly email updates about the Audio Description service to our database of patrons who utilize the service, and we also keep in touch through a closed Facebook group.

    For further information regarding the Audio Description Service, or to add your name to our database to receive show updates please contact the venue on (08) 6212 9295.

    Captioning

    Captioning is available for selected performances. Please ask your ticket seller or check the website to ensure you purchase tickets to a captioned performance if you wish to use this service. Captioning devices are subject to availability. Alternatively the Go Theatrical Captioning App allows captions to be viewed during the show, can be downloaded onto your own Apple or android device.

Octagon Theatre, UWA

Opened in 1969, located at UWA, the Octagon Theatre is a versatile thrust stage venue, hosting opera, classical and popular music, as well as dance, theatre, stand-up comedy and seminars.

Address: 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009.

Box Office: (08) 6488 2440. Monday to Friday, 12pm to 4pm.

Email: info@ticketsWA.com

Website: https://www.uwa.edu.au/theatre...

  • Transport to Octagon Theatre

    Buses frequently travel past UWA along Stirling Highway and Mounts Bay Road. Please refer to the Transperth website for details.

    Transperth InfoLine: 13 62 13

    Transperth Website: transperth.wa.gov.au

  • Parking at Octagon Theatre

    Click here for help planning your journey to the Crawley Campus of the University of Western Australia.

    Parking on campus parking is free after 5pm, though it can get busy. The closest car park with access bays is Car Park 1 located on the north side of the Recreation Centre (Entry of Stirling Highway) with 5 x ACROD bays. Find further information here.

  • Access Guide to Octagon Theatre

    Level access to venue from paved entry. Wide carpeted stairs provide access to the auditorium entry. Lift access available to all levels.

    Theatre seating is tiered from the entry. Within the auditorium; no steps to row M.

    A lift brings patrons to the first floor and wheelchair positions are located on the back row (row M). There is no hearing loop.

    A universal access toilet is located on the entry level of the venue.

    Pick up and set down is available in Car Park 1. A bay is allocated for drop off on the right-hand side of the car park.

SUBIACO ARTS CENTRE

Subiaco Arts Centre, formerly Subiaco Theatre Centre, and prior to that the Subiaco Town Hall, was constructed in 1957. The design, by Architect Peter Parkinson of FGB Hawkins and Desmond Sands, is post-war international style.

Address: 180 Hamersley Road. Subiaco, WA 6008

Box Office: (08) 6212 9292. Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

Email: sac@ptt.wa.gov.au

Website: https://www.ptt.wa.gov.au/venu...

  • Transport to Subiaco Arts Centre

    Transperth Bus 25 from St George’s Terrace (after William St stop 10089) stops on Hamersley Road.

    Transperth’s Bus Services 27 and 26 from Wellington Street Bus Station stops on Bagot Road.

    The Subiaco Railway Station is within 15 minutes walking distance from the Centre, and the Daglish Railway Station just 10 minutes walk away.

    Transperth Bus Service 28 from Wellington Street stops at Hay and Rokeby Roads.

  • Parking at Subiaco Arts Centre

    Parking for 67 cars and 8 motorcycles is available in the Theatre Gardens Carpark which can be accessed from Bagot and Hamersley Roads.

    Parking is free after 6pm Monday to Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. At other times the cost is $0.20 per 12 minutes.

    Alternative parking for 90 cars is available at the Rowland Street Carpark. Rowland Street runs from Bagot to Barker Roads and is an approximate 5 minute walk from the Centre. It has a 3 hour time limit, first hour of parking is free after which is charged at 20c per 9 minutes.

    Accessible Parking - 3 ACROD parking bays are available in the Theatre Gardens Carpark.

  • Access Guide to Subiaco Arts Centre

    The management of Subiaco Arts Centre endeavours to accommodate patrons with disability whenever possible. However, due to the production requirements of some events, these special facilities can sometimes become limited.

    We therefore recommend that all patrons with special requirements state their needs at the time of booking tickets. You can visit the venue box office or phone (08) 6212 9292 to book your tickets.

    Subiaco Arts Centre usual facilities include:

    • Wheelchair access to The Studio and Main Auditorium via the ramp on the Bagot Road side of the building and via the lift from the ground floor.
    • Wheelchair accessible toilet.
    • Special allocated seating in the auditorium.
    • A hearing induction loop operating in main auditorium.

    An induction loop system for deaf or hearing impaired patrons and an Audio Description Service for vision impaired patrons are offered for certain performances.

    For more information visit Subiaco Arts Centre website.

His Majesty's Theatre

Since opening on Christmas Eve in 1904, His Majesty's Theatre has become one of Western Australia's most-loved heritage icons. A stunning example of Edwardian era architecture, the building is the design masterpiece of architect William Wolfe and contractor Gustav Liebe, who constructed the theatre for Perth businessman and one-time Lord Mayor of Perth, Thomas G Molloy.

Address: 825 Hay Street Perth, WA 6000

Box Office: (08) 6212 9292. Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

Email: hmt@ptt.wa.gov.au

Website: https://www.ptt.wa.gov.au/venu...

  • Transport to His Majesty's Theatre

    His Majesty's Theatre is located near the main Perth city bus route on St Georges Terrace near King Street.

    The free Central Area Transport RED CAT route includes a stop at "His Majesty's" on Hay Street. The RED CAT operates every five minutes from 6.40am-6.20pm Monday to Friday (except Public Holidays), and hourly on the weekends between 8.30am and 5pm. Transperth offers timetables and real time information on CAT transport to most destinations in and around the City.

    Perth Central Railway Station is five minutes from the Theatre.

  • Parking at His Majesty's Theatre

    Undercover parking is available nearby at His Majesty’s Carpark (City of Perth Carpark No.5) via entry from Murray Street and Kings Parking via entry from King Street.

    648 bays, 6 ACROD, 29 motorcycle bays. Open 6am–midnight Open 24 hours Friday and Saturday nights.

    Street parking is subject to availability. To find all the latest information about City of Perth parking visit www.cityofperthparking...

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  • Access Guide to His Majesty's Theatre

    His Majesty's Theatre endeavours to accommodate patrons with disability whenever possible.

    His Majesty's Theatre recommends that all patrons with special requirements state their needs at the time of booking tickets. To book tickets you can book at the venue box office or call (08) 6212 9292.

    Usual facilities include:

    • Accessibility access to the stalls (ground level) auditorium
    • Accessible toilet on the ground level
    • Universal Accessible toilet on the basement level
    • Accessibility access to Downstairs at The Maj and basement level bar
    • A hearing induction loop throughout most of the auditorium
    • Audio Description Service for some performances
    • Auslan interpretation for some performances

    An induction loop system for deaf and hearing impaired patrons, and an Audio Description service for vision impaired patrons are offered for certain performances.

    Hearing loop

    There is a hearing loop installed in the box office, Main Auditorium and Dress Circle Bar of His Majesty's Theatre. Once a telecoil switch on a hearing aid is turned on in the auditorium it will automatically pick up the signal.

    If you experience any issues using the hearing loop, please speak to the Front of House Manger who will be able to assist you.

    Please see their Hearing Loop Seating Map to determine the optimal seats for hearing loop reception, and book your seats accordingly.

    Audio description and Tactile Tours

    Tickets for Audio Described performances are available through the venue box office on 9265 0904 or hmtbox@ptt.wa.gov.au. It is essential patrons advise the booking agent that the audio described service will be required at time of booking. Tickets for the service can be purchased up to three working days prior to the performance, after which audio described seats which have not been sold will be released to the general public. Patrons are requested to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the performance in order to collect their equipment and be comfortably seated until the audio description commences.

    The purpose of tactile tours is to give patrons an understanding of the costumes and set. Patrons will be escorted onto the set so they get an idea of the dimensions and will be able to touch the props being used on stage, and where the entrances and exits are so they know where characters enter. Patrons will also be able to handle the costumes being worn by the actors. While the tour is taking place the audio describers will describe where the different props are located on stage and what colour, shape and material has been used for the costumes.

    Specific details about tactile tours vary for each performance, so please contact them for further information.

    His Majesty's Theatre regularly email updates about the Audio Description service to their database of patrons who utilize the service, and keep in touch through a closed Facebook group.

    For further information regarding the Audio Description service, or to add your name to our database or Facebook group, please contact Alex Lehmann on 9265 0900.

    Auslan

    Auslan is the majority sign language of the Australian Deaf community. Auslan interpretation is available for select performances. Seats for Auslan interpreted performances can be booked online. Type in AUSLAN in the promo code box in the top right hand section of the booking page, then select a section on the seat map. The seats that are highlighted are our recommended seats for the best view point of the Auslan interpreter.

    Captioning

    Captioning is available for selected performances. Captioning devices are subject to availability. Alternatively the Go Theatrical Captioning App, on which the captions can be viewed during the show, can be downloaded onto your own Apple or android device.

The Regal Theatre

The Regal Theatre is a theatre located in the suburb of Subiaco in Perth, Western Australia. The theatre was named for King George VI who, at the time, had taken up the throne. It was originally a theatre for films, but in 1977 the Regal was converted into a live theatre.

Address: 474 Hay Street Subiaco WA 6008

Box Office The Regal Theatre: (08) 9388 2066. Tuesday to Friday, 9am to 2pm

Box Office Ticketek: 132 849

Email: admin@regaltheatre.com.au

Website: https://regaltheatre.com.au/

  • Transport to The Regal Theatre

    The Regal Theatre is is situated on a main public transport route.

    The Subiaco Railway Station is located at the rear of the theatre 2min walk away. There are 2 bus stops located outside the Regal Theatre on Hay St and Rokeby Rd. Maps of Bus and Train Routes and timetables can be found on the Transperth Website.

  • Parking at The Regal Theatre

    There are various carparks situated around the Theatre.

    For Maps and cost of parking visit the Wilson Parking Website and Subiaco Parking Information.

    There is ACROD parking available at the Seddon St carpark next to Dome and at the Rowland St carpark behind KFC.

  • Access Guide to The Regal Theatre

    As an agent for The Regal Theatre, Ticketek facilitates the sale of accessible seating.

    The easiest way to organise accessible seating with Ticketek is to complete the Accessible Seating Booking Form and they will be in touch.

    Fill out the Accessible Seating booking form and they will be in contact.

    You can also phone 1300 665 915 (Monday - Friday), 9am to 5pm AEST or visit their website.