COVID Safety at Black Swan

Welcoming you back to the theatre safely

We can all work together to remain vigilant and COVID safe. Our venues are working closely with Government to implement the latest health advice regarding COVID safety measures to ensure our patrons can to return to the theatre safely.

Changing restrictions mean that we have to remain flexible and may have to make policy changes with short notice. As always, we will work with WA Health to follow the relevant requirements and update this page with any information over time.


Last Updated: 29/04/22

The WA Government has eased mandatory masks from 12:01am Friday 19 April 2022. However, it is strongly recommended that masks are worn during your visit where physical distancing isn't possible. For the safety of our community and to help keep Black Swan open and onstage, we encourage you to wear your mask throughout the performance. Please note that the show's performers on stage do not need to wear a mask.


Last Updated: 29/04/22

From 12:01am Friday 19 April 2022 the WA State Government has announced proof of COVID-19 vaccination is no longer required to enter the venue.


Last Updated: 29/04/22

If you feel unwell before a show, we ask that you please stay home in order to keep our community safe. Please contact us by email or phone prior to the show and we can assist with a credit on account or gift voucher that can be used towards a future Black Swan show.

You can reach the Black Swan ticketing team at or call our office at 08 6212 9300. We're open Monday - Friday 10:00am - 5:00pm.

You can read our Ticketing Terms & Conditions here.


Last Updated: 29/04/22

All performances will be seated at 100% capacity. If you see some empty seats in the auditorium, please do not move to them unless an usher has asked you to move. Please keep in mind, restrictions change and you will be seated in accordance with the WA Health regulations at the time of the performance, not at the time of purchasing your ticket. Should you prefer a socially distanced seat, please speak to one of the venue ushers.


Last Updated: 29/04/22

The venue conduct daily cleaning and disinfecting of public areas and high touch areas throughout the event. Signage and visual distancing indicators to maintain social distancing are also in place. In addition to this high frequency cleaning, we ask that you please sanitise your hands on arrival and during your visit when necessary.


Black Swan will continue to follow the latest Western Australian Governments COVID-19 response and requirements to keep you safe. For more information please click here.

Please note there has been a significant increase of enquiries to our mailbox and our team is working through each one and may need some time to respond. Please be patient and allow time for our staff to reply. The team at Black Swan are looking forward to welcoming you back into the theatre as safely as possible.