Darlinghurst Theatre Company is located at 39 Burton Street (corner Palmer Street), Darlinghurst.
Museum Station is the closest train station and is a ten minute walk to Darlinghurst Theatre Company. Alternatively, Central Station is a five minute bus ride away. Visit www.sydneytrains.info for more information.
The 389 bus (which runs between Pyrmont and North Bondi via Town Hall) stops close to Darlinghurst Theatre Company on the corner of Bourke and Burton Streets. Numerous bus routes also stop on the corner of Oxford and Palmer Streets, a two minute walk from the venue. Visit www.sydneybuses.info for bus timetables.
There is no onsite parking and only limited timed street parking near the theatre. Parking is available at 70 Riley Street, Darlinghurst, a short walk from the theatre. Wilson Parking now operate this car park. $8 parking is available week day evenings from 5pm and on weekends. No validation is required. See this link for further information and week day pricing.
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Located in the bustling lower Oxford Street precinct, the theatre is also surrounded by an array of cafes and restaurants.
The Box Office at Darlinghurst Theatre Company opens one hour prior to every performance for ticket collection and single ticket sales. Please bring photo ID as well as proof of any concessions when collecting tickets. Please call the Box Office on 02 8356 9987 for all ticketing related enquiries.
Darlinghurst Theatre Company is a reserved seating venue with a 200 seat capacity. There are eight rows of tiered seating and entry is via the rear of the auditorium (closest to Row H). You will have the option of choosing your preferred seats from the best available at the time of booking.
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Darlinghurst Theatre Company has lift access to both the theatre and foyer, and an accessible toilet is located on the lower ground level. The theatre can accommodate patrons in wheelchairs and their guests.
For patrons with limited mobility or other access requirements, please notify the Box Office staff of your requirements when booking to ensure you are seated appropriately.
A hearing loop has been installed in the main auditorium which operates only with hearing aids equipped with the telephone coil (T-Switch). If you require the hearing loop facility, please notify Box Office staff prior to the event.
The Companion Card is accepted for all Darlinghurst Theatre Company performances. Please call the Box Office on 02 8356 9987 for more information.
If you have any questions about accessibility, please call the Box Office on 02 8356 9987.
Performances will commence promptly at the advertised time. Darlinghurst Theatre Company reserves the right to admit latecomers only when there is a suitable break in the performance. Darlinghurst Theatre Company also reserves the right to relocate patrons if late access to their allocated seats could cause disruption to other audience members. Management reserves the right to refuse admission; this policy is to prevent disruption to other patrons and the performance.
If you'd like to learn more about the venue, Darlinghurst Theatre Company is happy to arrange Eternity Playhouse venue tours and talks outside of performance times for groups of 20 or more. Please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on 02 93313107 for more information.