There is a level access drop-off point next to the theatre on Gona Pde.
The nearest designated accessible parking spaces are:
- In the QUT open-air carpark on the corner of Musk Ave and Gona Parade (across the road from the Roundhouse)
- Along Musk Ave on the street. Please note that the spaces are on an incline and access to the theatre may be difficult from this point.
- Opposite Nandos on Carraway St in the Kelvin Grove Village. From there, simply cross at the pedestrian crossing and take the glass elevator up to the top level, then make your way through the courtyard to get to La Boite.
The Roundhouse Theatre has a raised platform at the top of the theatre for wheelchair users. Additional seats can be added to accommodate guests (space permitting). Wheelchair users may transfer to fixed theatre seats if they choose, provided that permission is granted for La Boite staff to store their wheelchairs during the performance, where possible.
Fixed seats in the Roundhouse Theatre are accessed via aisle stairs with railings. Patrons who wish to avoid stairs may request seating to be added at the top of the theatre, or may request reserved seating at the top or the bottom of the theatre to minimise the number of stairs navigated.
Patrons may request extra time to enter the theatre and navigate stairs/aisle prior to the doors being opened to the general public to assist with safety and comfort.
An accessible restroom is available on Level 1 of the building, approximately 10m from the theatre doors.
Auslan (Australian Sign Language) interpreted performances are available on the dates below:
Neon Tiger — Wednesday 14th November, 7:30pm
In 2019, performances on these dates will be followed by a Chatterbox (a complimentary post-show Q&A), both show and Q&A will be interpreted:
Single Asian Female — Tuesday 5th March, 6:30pm
Romeo and Juliet — Tuesday 11th June, 6:30pm
From Darkness — Tuesday 24th September, 6:30pm
Christmas Actually — Wednesday 4th December, 7:30pm
Reserved seats may be required depending on the sightlines in the theatre for each production. If you need reserved seats to view the Auslan Interpreter/s, please make yourself known at box office and we’ll be happy to reserve seats for you.
The Roundhouse Theatre is equipped with a Hearing Loop for patrons sitting in designated seats. These seats are available in Row A, seats 22-27. If you would like to sit here and access the Hearing Loop, let our staff know and they’ll be happy to reserve those seats for you.
La Boite is very proud to create new work. It is possible that a production may be on sale for months prior to La Boite staff having an idea of the look or feel of the final result on stage.
As soon as we are able, each production will have a visual rating listed on its show page on this website. This rating will assist d/Deaf or hard of hearing patrons to determine how visual vs how audio (dialogue/ music) based a production will be.
La Boite offers complimentary tactile tours of the physical spaces in The Roundhouse Theatre, The La Boite Studio and The Foyer Bar. Tactile tours of a production’s set, props and costumes are available on a case by case basis, pending the requirements of each individual production. Contact our ticketing team to express your interest – 07 3007 8600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets may be booked in person, online, by post, by email or via the phone.
We happily accept calls via the National Relay Service and can process your booking over the phone. d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing Patrons may also book tickets online via QTIX, or by emailing us to reserve tickets ahead of time and paying in person at box office on the night.
Companion Card holders qualify for a complimentary second ticket to bring along a companion. Contact our La Boite ticketing team to book (07 3007 8600 or email@example.com) or QTIX (136 246).
SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE INFORMATION/ WARNINGS
La Boite will attempt to make as much information about shows available as it comes to light, however please free to get in touch to find out specific information for each production (eg, the extent of special effects). Contact our ticketing team on 07 3007 8600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our venues have indoor and outdoor quiet spaces for those with sensory sensitivities. Please make our venue staff or volunteers aware (they will have La Boite t-shirts on) if you would like to access these spaces.
Assistance animals (qualified and in-training) are welcome in the Roundhouse Theatre, the La Boite Studio, the Foyer Bar and the La Boite Administration Office.