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Our aim is to be accessible and welcoming to all patrons. If you require specific seating, audio or accessible parking, we are happy to assist.

Laycock Street Community Theatre

Accessibility Information

For Patrons


  • There is level access from the car park and street into the theatre foyer, auditorium and toilets.
  • There are four accessible parking spaces located in the car park adjoining the theatre.

Paths of Travel

  • There is a continuous accessible path of travel to the main entrance from the accessible parking spaces.
  • There is a ramp leading up to the Pacific Highway side entrance.
  • In the case of an emergency, there is a continuous accessible path of travel from the accessible seating spaces to the assembly area.

Companion Cards

  • Companion Cards are accepted, providing complimentary tickets for your companion.
  • Companion Card tickets can be booked online, in-person or over the phone.

Hearing Loop

  • The is a powered, audio induction hearing loop system. Hearing aid wearers use “T” switch.


  • The auditorium front row is located close to the main auditorium door and continues on level access.
  • The remaining auditorium seating is raked, with stair access and no lift facility. Should you require seats on level access, please advise the box office staff when booking your tickets.
  • There are fourteen accessible seating spaces in row A, with a clear line of sight to the stage. These spaces are reserved wheelchair users and users of other mobility equipment. To ensure we provide a space that meets your needs, we ask you please email us at or call the box office on 4323 3233 so we can secure you a suitable space.
  • Access to the accessible seating spaces is on the same level as the foyer and box office.
  • Patrons who have a visual impairment requiring seats closer to the front should advise box office staff when booking.


  • There is an accessible toilet available on the ground floor.


For Performers

Dressing Room

  • There is an accessible toilet and shower in the P-side (prompt side) dressing room.

On Stage

Seating Map

Seating Map of Laycock Street Community Theatre Main Auditorium

Social Story

A social story is a short story about a social situation.

They are a social learning tool that can help individuals know what to expect, and learn socially appropriate behaviour and responses.

Here is a social story about going to watch a show at the Laycock Street Community Theatre auditorium.

You can view the social story by downloading the PDF, or use the image slider below.

The social story links to YouTube videos on pages 21 and 22. You can access these links by clicking on the hyperlinks in the PDF version.

We acknowledge we live, work and play on Darkinjung Country. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging and recognise their continued connection to these lands and waterways. We acknowledge our shared responsibility to care for and protect our place and people