Top questions and answers
The Clocktower Centre Studio Residency program aims to support and foster creative work, develop arts practice or advance professional development and to facilitate access for our community to a wide range of art and cultural services within our local community.
For greater detail please check out our Being COVID Safe page. However, the current directive is that all patrons aged 12 years and 2 months and over must be fully vaccinated or have a medical exemption to enter the venue and be able to provide appropriate proof of their status. We all need to check-in as well.
We endeavour to make our performances accessible to as many people as possible. Let us know at the time of your booking on 9243 9191 if you have any special requirements regarding seating and we will accommodate your request in one of our designated accessible seating areas in the theatre.
There are a range of options available to you whether you want to drive or catch public transport. Check out the getting here section, located above, to find out more.
There is limited parking in the surrounding streets and opposite the Clocktower Centre, but parking restrictions may apply, so please check signage. We strongly advise you give yourself ample time to find a parking spot before your performance time.
As a general rule, everyone over 18 months requires a ticket to performances at the Clocktower Centre; however some performances have a lower age limit. Check the specific show in the 'what's on' area before you purchase your tickets.
Anyone 14 years and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Our staff are not able to take responsibility for the supervision of minors. Unaccompanied children 14 years and under may be refused entry to an event.
Prams can't be taken into the theatre as we need to keep the aisles free in case of an emergency. Prams can be parked in the foyer but please remember to take your valuables with you.
The Clocktower Centre does not allow food from outside the venue to be consumed, unless you're backstage. Hot food, and glasses and cans can't be taken into the theatre.
We usually don't allow the use of video or audio equipment in the theatre, however it is best to check with staff on the day.
We don't issue refunds so please choose your performance carefully. Refunds and exchanges are only permitted as per the Live Performance Australia Ticketing Code of Practice.
Concession and youth prices will be listed if they are available and proof is usually required at the time of booking. Always carry proof of your entitlement when attending any performance.
A ticket can be upgraded by visiting the Box Office, if you have purchased a concession or Under 30s ticket and can no longer attend the performance.
Most events at the Clocktower Centre use our electronic ticketing system. We don't reprint lost, stolen or destroyed tickets, however our Box Office is happy to issue a lost ticket pass on the day of your performance.
Tickets bought online will be held at the Box Office for collection on the day of the performance, until further notice.
Always keep a copy of your email confirmation as a reference of your booking.