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Sydney Theatre
The Australian Ballet's Bodytorque programme takes place in the Sydney Theatre.

The Australian Ballet's Bodytorque programme takes place in the Sydney Theatre.

The Australian Ballet's Bodytorque program is performed at Sydney Theatre each year.

To get the most out of your ballet experience at the Sydney Theatre please read the following information. For more detailed information please also visit the Sydney Theatre's official website sydneytheatre.org.au

Getting there

Sydney Theatre is located at 22 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay (opposite Pier 6/7). Information about transport and parking to help you plan your visit is available on the Sydney Theatre's website sydneytheatre.org.au

Sydney Theatre seating map

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Cloaking

To ensure a comfortable visit to Sydney Theatre please place large bags, long umbrellas and briefcases at the cloak room located in the Ground Floor Foyer. This service is free.

Accessibility

The Australian Ballet and Sydney Theatre are committed to a positive customer experience for all patrons. For more information about accessibility at Sydney Theatre visit sydneytheatre.org.au.

Wheelchair access

There are a limited number of wheelchair spaces in Sydney Theatre. Please inform The Australian Ballet Customer Services team or Sydney Theatre Box Office of your requirements when booking tickets.

Assisted listening devices

An induction loop system is available at Sydney Theatre in certain sections of the Stalls and Dress Circle. Please advise The Australian Ballet Customer Services team or Sydney Theatre Box Office if you require this service when booking tickets. Patrons are advised to turn their hearing aid to the 'T' switch to pick up the programme. For those patrons needing hearing assistance and/or do not have a hearing aid, headsets are available via the cloak room situated in the Ground Floor Foyer.

Children at the theatre

For more information about children attending a ballet performance read our tips.

Latecomers

For the comfort and convenience of all patrons, latecomers will be admitted into the theatre at a suitable break in the programme.

Photography and audio/video recording

It is strictly prohibited to take photos or audio/video recordings at any performance by The Australian Ballet.

Mobile phones

Mobile phones must be turned off prior to a performance.

Venue terms & conditions

All patrons are bound by the conditions of entry printed on the reverse of their ticket. Please read carefully. Youth 26 years and under, children 17 years and under, seniors and pensioners must provide appropriate proof of entitlement when booking at a concession rate. Proof of entitlement should also be carried when attending performances. All patrons, irrespective of age, must hold a valid ticket to gain admission to a performance. For more information please read The Australian Ballet's concession policy.

If a member of your subscription group holds a concession ticket for a performance but is unable to attend, we are happy for you to give the ticket to a friend. Please note, however, that an upgrade fee may be applicable if the ticket is being used by a patron not eligible for the same concession. Upgrades can be made any time up to performance date, including the day of the performance, at the Sydney Theatre Box Office only.

Performance and cast details

For cast details please visit the performance detail pages under What's on. A nightly cast sheet will be handed out at the performance. Casting is subject to change due to illness or any unavoidable causes.

Contact details

For more information about Sydney Theatre visit sydneytheatre.org.au or call the Sydney Theatre Box Office on 02 9250 1999.

 

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