Perth Festival is committed to making our events and performances accessible, and presenting work by the world’s leading artists with disability. This commitment addresses a core value of the Festival’s artistic vision to celebrate difference and develop diverse audiences.
Please contact us via any of the following and we will be happy to assist:
Phone 08 6488 2000
You can contact Perth Festival through the National Relay Service.
TTY users phone 133 677
Speak and Listen users phone 1300 555 727
Or via relayservice.gov.au
To enable us to determine your requirements and assist you fully, accessible booking services are available in person, by phone, email, or online. When booking tickets, please inform staff of any access requirements to ensure suitable seating is allocated or equipment such as captioning devices are reserved.
Please note: Tickets for Perth Festival 2020 will go on sale in late 2019.
Festival tickets are sold through five authorised ticketing agents, each with varying transaction, credit card and processing charges, depending on where and how you purchase your ticket. For full booking conditions, please visit perthfestival.com.au
Perth Festival Info Centre: 08 6488 5555.
Access requirements and Companion Card booking are available on 08 6488 8616.
To book tickets for the following venues please call the Access and Companion Card booking numbers listed below:
State Theatre Centre, His Majesty’s Theatre: Perth Theatre Trust 08 6212 9292
Regal Theatre: Ticketek: 1300 665 915
Quarry Amphitheatre: Ticketmaster 1300 446 925
Perth Concert Hall: 08 9231 9999
Perth Festival is happy to receive phone calls via the National Relay Service.
TTY users phone 133 677, then ask for 08 6488 8616
Speak and Listen user phone 1300 555 727 then ask for 08 6488 8616
Internet relay users connect to the NRS iprelay.com.au/call/index/aspx or visit relayservice.com.au
Email your accessible seating request to email@example.com
Please ensure you include the Event Name, Venue, Date and Time and access requirements along with your contact details and our Ticketing staff will contact you to process the payment.
Events held at the State Theatre Centre and His Majesty’s Theatre can be purchased at any Perth Theatre Trust venue.
Events held at Regal Theatre can be purchased at any Ticketek outlet.
Film tickets for UWA Somerville and ECU Joondalup Pines can be purchased at the door prior to the start of the film, subject to availability.
Tickets to events at Perth Concert Hall can be purchased from the box office or through Ticketmaster outlets.
For Auslan Interpreted, Captioned and Audio Described performances, tickets can be booked online at perthfestival.com.au.
Please use the following Promo Codes to unlock the special reserved seating.
For all Auslan Interpreted performances please enter the code word AUSLAN.
For all Closed Captioned performances please enter the code word CAPTION.
For all Audio Described performances please enter the code word AUDIO.
Please note once you enter the promo code you will be able to see all performances with that associated code.
Quick Tips: Create a log in and then enter the promo code to see the access performances.
Refer to the bookings page for more details on how to use the promo code.
Perth Festival supports the Companion Card program. For patrons who require the assistance of a companion or carer, a second ticket is issued at no cost to the Companion Card holder.
Please contact Perth Festival directly on 08 6488 2000 to assist with your booking.
Tactile tours are free but must be booked in advance
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Fully surtitled or have minimal dialogue
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Background music and/or sounds
In addition to the specific shows identified with AUSLAN interpreting we can provide additional services by request.
Please contact Perth Festival with your request. Subject to availability.
Perth Festival presents foreign language films with subtitles and performances in foreign languages with surtitles.
Subtitles are a translation of the dialogue displayed at the bottom of the screen. Surtitles are a translation of the dialogue displayed on a screen above or at the side of the stage.
Perth Festival can provide Braille programs for specific events on request.