The Court Theatre is located at the end of Bernard Street, off the Hagley Park end of Lincoln Road in Addington.
The Court Theatre is located close to AMI stadium and Horncastle Arena, therefore please be aware that when events are taking place at these venues, traffic in the area can become congested. We recommend arriving earlier to avoid traffic and secure your parking spot.
The building is near railway tracks and you can sometimes feel and hear the trains when they move past the theatre.
There is plenty of car parking available at The Court Theatre. Audiences do not have to pay for parking during performances. If you are coming in to book tickets, there are fifteen-minute bays close to the theatre entrance.
You may wish to be dropped off and collected after a performance. Our box office staff can inform you of the duration of the performance. If you are arranging for a taxi to pick you up after the show, we recommend you pre-order for a shorter wait-time. Our box office or bar staff can call for a taxi for you or there is a phone that you can ask to use.
If you're busing to The Court Theatre, both the 120 bus and Orange Line stop at Addington Village (stop number 28142), a 5 minute walk from the theatre.
Alternatively, The Orbiter stops at Whiteleigh Avenue near Jack Hinton Drive (stop number 37594), a 10 minute walk from the theatre.
BOX OFFICE HOURS
Monday - Friday: 11am - 1pm
If you are collecting your tickets from our box office, please ensure you arrive at the theatre at least 20 minutes before your performance starts.
If you have purchased your ticket at a discounted price (e.g. 30 Below, Senior or Community Services Card) please have your ID ready when you collect your tickets.
Food and Drink at The Court
Enrich your Court Theatre experience by enjoying the delicious food and drink options at The Court before, during and after your show.
Depending on which show you're attending, a new menu will be provided - visit the relevant show page to learn more.
Giesens @ The Court, at the far end of the foyer, offer a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks for audiences to enjoy before, during interval and after the show. Many productions at The Court also have a special themed cocktail, and in the winter months why not treat yourself with some delicious mulled wine?
Our coffee bar also offers a range of snacks and drinks, with our in-house barista ready to whip up your favourite beverage.
Please note: No hot food can be taken into the theatre.
What to Wear
Many audience members do enjoy dressing up for their visit the theatre while some come straight from work and others will take a more casual approach. There is no specific dress code for a visit to The Court, though we encourage you to wear what you feel most comfortable in. A 'smart casual' approach always works for a night at the theatre. If you're attending in winter, it can get cold in the foyer so we would recommend bringing a coat.
To avoid disrupting the performance please remember to switch off your mobile phones. Please be aware the glow and vibration from your phone can disrupt fellow audience members around you and often the performers.
Please do not take photos or videos inside the theatre, even for Snapchat. This is to protect the designs of each show and can disturb the performers and audience around you.
We encourage you instead to take your photos in our foyer pre-or-post-show, possibly while you're enjoying kai or a drink from Giesens @ The Court!