Belvoir St Theatre
For over 25 years, Belvoir St Theatre has been a unique performance space in inner-city Sydney and home of one of Australia's most celebrated theatre companies - Belvoir.
Under the artistic leadership of Ralph Myers and General Manager Brenna Hobson, Belvoir engages Australia's most prominent and promising playwrights, directors, actors and designers to realise an annual season of work that is dynamic, challenging and visionary.
In 2012, Sydney Festival and Belvoir are proud to present events on both the Upstairs and Downstairs stages.
Events at Belvoir St Theatre
Belvoir St Theatre is wheelchair accessible.
There are limited disabled parking spots in surrounding streets.
There is a hearing loop in both theatres which can be accessed via the t-switch on hearing aids. Please note that this is currently limited to a specific area of the theatre, so only a limited number of people can be provided with this service.
Audio description for patrons with vision impairment will be available for the 2pm performance of Buried City on Saturday 21 January.
We make every effort to ensure Sydney Festival events are accessible to our whole audience. To book your tickets or if you have any queries please call 02 8248 6500 or email email@example.com and we'll be happy to assist. Sydney Festival is happy to receive phone calls via the National Relay Service. To enable us to determine your requirements and assist you fully we are unable to offer this service online.
Train - Belvoir is a five-minute walk from Central Station. To reach us by foot from the station, walk up Devonshire St, turn right into Elizabeth St then left into Belvoir St.
Bus - there are stops near the corner of Belvoir and Chalmers Streets, and Belvoir and Elizabeth Streets.
For quick and convenient access to timetables, trip planning and other public transport service information call the Transport Infoline on 131 500 or visit the www.131500.com.au.
There is time-limited street parking available around the theatre and no onsite parking.
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