Anita's Theatre is a fully accessible venue, with on-site parking at the venue for those with accessibility requirements.
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Accessible Seating Ticket Bookings
All tickets for Anita’s Theatre events are only available through Ticketmaster.
Accessible Seating options may be available online via the View Only Accessible Tickets button on the event page. If your accessible ticketing requirements are not available online, please contact Ticketmaster’s Accessible Seating Line:
Telephone Number: 1300 446 925
Submit a help request via “Accessible Seating” HERE
Please note that service hours are Mon to Sun 9:00am to 5:00pm AEST
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Ticketmaster is the only authorised seller of tickets to Anita’s Theatre events. We strongly recommend that you only purchase tickets via Ticketmaster to ensure you receive a legitimate ticket and can therefore enter the Venue. See below, 'Unauthorised Ticket Sellers' for additional Information.
Companion cards are accepted. Please advise Ticketmaster when booking your tickets.
Accessible Car Parking
There is on site parking at Anita’s Theatre for those with accessible requirements. The accessible parking is located at the back of the theatre, entrance is via King St.
Access to enter the venue is located around the side of the theatre, approx. 100m walk from the Anita’s Theatre car park.
Anita’s Theatre accepts Companion Cards. Upon arrival on event night, please ensure the valid Companion Card is shown to staff.
The auditorium and some events have low lighting levels. If you have low vision and need assistance, please contact the venue at email@example.com or on event date, flag with one of our staff.
Guide/Support dogs are welcome at the Anita’s Theatre. If you require information on bringing your support dog into the Venue, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 8240 2275. Due to the noise levels of some shows, you may like to consider an alternative aid for those events expected to be of a higher noise level.