City Recital Hall Angel Place
2-12 Angel Place
Sydney
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Wheelchair Accessible  Hearing Devices 

City Recital Hall Angel Place is a world class performance space located near the George Street end of Martin Place. Primarily built for chamber and orchestral performances, the venue has been used by Sydney Festival in recent years to present contemporary and acoustic performances. Performances at the City Recital Hall Angel Place may either be general admission or reserved seating.

Events at City Recital Hall Angel Place

January 15
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January 20
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January 12
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January 16
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January 17
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Access

The Pitt Street entrance is a level access way leading into the ground foyer lobby. There is also a disabled access lift in the Ash Street entrance. Accessible seating is available throughout the venue and accessible toilets are available on every level of City Recital Hall Angel Place.


Hearing impaired patrons may access a hearing induction loop. In order to do this please switch your hearing aid to the "T" position.


Accessible parking spaces are available in the Angel Place car park beside the venue elevators.


Restaurants and Bars

City Recital Hall Angel Place operates licensed bars in each foyer. Have a look at Fast Festival Feasts for restaurants around the area.


Public Transport

Train: the closest train stations to City Recital Hall are Wynyard and Martin Place stations.


Ferry: City Recital Hall is a 15-minute walk from Circular Quay.


Bus: most city buses stop on George Street near Martin Place, or on the surrounding streets of City Recital Hall.


For quick and convenient access to timetables, trip planning and other public transport service information call the Transport Infoline on 131 500 or visit www.131500.com.au.


Car Parking

Wilson Parking operates a 180-space car park next door to City Recital Hall Angel Place at 123 Pitt St, Sydney.


Secure Parking operates No.1 Martin Place car park (The Westin) a short walking distance from the venue.