Belvoir’s Community Access Program provides opportunities for audiences to see our work, regardless of economic status, age or geographical location. The program is made up of two key components: an Unwaged Performance Program and a Charitable Tickets Program.
Unwaged Performance Program
Belvoir’s Unwaged Performance program is now over 20 years old. Through the program we invite unwaged members of the community to attend a free-of-charge 2pm Thursday matinee performance of each Upstairs production in our season. A full house of 320 tickets are on offer for each performance and can be claimed on presentation of an eligible Pensioner Card, Health Care Card, Veterans’ Affairs Card, MEAA or Equity Cards. Seniors and Seniors Health Cards are not valid for these performances.
Note: Unwaged performances are on Thursdays at 2pm
Mark Colvin’s Kidney 30 March
The Dog / The Cat 27 April
Mr Burns 22 June
The Rover 3 August
Hir 7 September
Ghosts 5 October
Atlantis 23 November
Barbara and the Camp Dogs 21 December
To claim your complimentary ticket: Visit the Belvoir Box Office at the theatre in person from 12 noon on the day of the performance and present an eligble Pensioner, Health Care Card or Veterans’ Affairs Card. (MEAA and Equity cards are also accepted.) Seniors and Seniors Health Cards are not valid.
- The box office will be open from 12 noon, and tickets will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. You are welcome to queue outside the theatre prior to the box office opening.
- Each patron will receive a ticket with a seat number printed on it. This is your allocated seat.
- Unfortunately we are unable to hold tickets. If you are attending with friends or family and you would like to sit together, you will all need to collect your tickets from the box office at the same time.
- The show will commence at 2pm, and doors to the theatre will be opened approximately 15 minutes prior to the start of the performance.
The Charitable Tickets Program
The Charitable Tickets Program distributes tickets to community groups and charitable organisations. The tickets are used by charities for fundraising activities or as rewards and incentives for staff and volunteers.