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Stay up to date with all our events by visiting our What’s On page. You can sign up to our e-newsletter online or through our box office. We are also active on social media! Follow us on Instagram or Like us on Facebook

You can purchase tickets online by visiting our What’s On page. You can also call us on 02 4323 3233 or visit the Box Office in person Mon, Tues, Wed or Friday between 10am – 2pm. 

The Box office is also open 45 minutes prior to any performance

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.


For more information, see our Accessibility page.

Yes! For patrons who require the assistance of a companion or carer, a ticket for the companion is issued at no cost to the Companion Card holder. These tickets can now also be purchased online. Please enter the full Companion Card number into the questionnaire box when purchasing. Any incorrect information entered will void the tickets purchased.  


For more information, see our Accessibility page.

Laycock Street Community Theatre works within the Live Performance Australia (LPA) Ticketing Code of Practice. Tickets are not refundable and cannot be exchanged except as set out in the LPA Code of Practice for Event Ticketing in Australia.

Laycock Street Community Theatre and Don Craig Studio

  • There are four accessible car parks at entry to the building, two spots have an accessible pathway to the building entry. 
  • The theatre has three free car parks, with space for 95 vehicles. In addition, there is on-street parking in Laycock Street and in the streets surrounding the theatre. Alternatively, car parking is also available just a short stroll from the theatre in surrounding shopping precincts. Be sure to check signage.


Peninsula Theatre

  • There is one accessible car park located close to the building.
  • There is a free car park adjacent to the theatre on John Hoare Close.

No, due to copyright restrictions, it is not permitted to take any photos or make any recordings of productions.

During performances featuring children it is especially crucial that shows are not filmed or photographed due to child protection laws. 

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