Below, please find an overview of the accessibility options we currently have available:
Relaxed performances are designed to welcome audience members who would benefit from a more relaxed environment, including those with sensory concerns, autism spectrum disorders, learning disorders, dementia; parents with small babies; or anyone for whom the regular theatre experience can be challenging.RELAXED PERFORMANCES
‘PRE-BOARDING’ FOR PEOPLE WHO USE WHEELS OR CAN’T NAVIGATE STAIRS
Anyone who needs extra time getting settled in the theatre, or who may need specific seating is strongly encouraged to please reach out to our Box Office team ahead of the performance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, you are invited go to the front of the line when you arrive at the theatre. Please inform our friendly Front of House staff and they will assist you.
WHEELCHAIR STALL INFO
All our theatres (with the exception of The Attic Bar & Stage) are wheelchair accessible. Patrons requiring a wheelchair stall must first secure their ticket, either online or at the main box office. Please note: general admission tickets do not guarantee wheelchair stall availability.
Chair information for each venue has been added to the performance venue descriptions and information below. Please contact us if you require a different chair (arms/no arms, more sturdy, etc.) and we will do our best to accommodate.
CERTIFIED SERVICE DOGS
In accordance with Alberta legislation, certified service dogs can go anywhere their humans go. We ask that you keep your non-certified pets at home.
We know that sometimes things happen beyond our control that may unavoidably delay us from arriving to performances on time. We will attempt to accommodate latecomers into the shows as much as possible (at the artists’ discretion as to if and when this will occur; latecomers will be handled on a case-by-case basis).
PERFORMANCE VENUE DESCRIPTIONS AND INFO:
(Click/tap on the venue logo for accessibility details):