Access and assistance

The Albury Entertainment Centre offers a range of access services to ensure the venue is accessible for all our visitors.

Access Services

The Albury Entertainment Centre present programs and performances that are Audio Described, Tactile Tours, Highly Visual and Wheelchair accessible. An Assistive Hearing system is available in our venues and Companion Card holders are eligible for a complimentary companion ticket.

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair seats/spaces are available in the stalls section of the theatre, subject to availability. These seats/spaces can be booked online or by contacting us on 02 6043 5610.

Accessible Toilets

Wheelchair accessible toilets are located in the main foyer on the left hand side next to Door A.

Audio Described Performances

Audio description (AD) offers people who are blind or have low vision an understanding of what is happening visually within a theatre, television, film, DVD, museum, exhibition or other arts-related productions.

It is an additional narration that succinctly paints an image of transitions, movements, gestures, props, settings, costumes and scenery woven between the dialogues.

Read more about Vision Australia's Audio Description Services

Highly Visual

Some performances are highly visual, with little or no spoken word, and therefore suitable for people who are deaf, hard of hearing or speak a language other than English.

Companion Cards

The Albury Entertainment Centre is a Companion Card affiliated venue. Companion cardholders are eligible for a complimentary companion ticket to all performances.

Assistive Hearing

A hearing system is available at The Albury entertainment Centre. This sound amplification system utilises an FM signal, providing coverage to all seats in the venues via headphones or neck-loops available from the venue ushers. This system can also be used for guided tours and small meetings in our buildings.

Please advise our  staff when booking your ticket if you wish to use this system.