The Red Earth Arts Precinct actively engages with our community and is committed to developing our programs and services to help increase our accessibility to all, including those with physical or sensory impairment.
There are spaces for wheelchairs in both the ground floor and first floor sections of the auditorium and the first floor is accessible by a lift. Please contact the Box Office on 9186 8600 to book wheelchair accessible seating for you and your guests.
Adult themes, strong language and other warnings will be notified to you at time of ticket purchase and on our website wherever possible. To confirm the use of strong language, adult themes or smoking on stage, and physical triggers such as strobe lighting, theatrical smoke and loud noises please check our website or call us on (08) 9186 8600. Warning signs will also be posted in the theatre foyer.
Lost ticket vouchers can be arranged by contacting the Box Office on (08) 9186 8600 or by approaching the Box Office upon your arrival at the theatre. Please note lost ticket vouchers cannot be exchanged. Tickets can also be scanned directly from your phone so there is no need to print your tickets.
The venue, bar and kiosk one hour before a performance or movie.
For live performances, late arrivals will be requested to wait to enter the theatre until a suitable break in the performance as it’s distracting for the actors and audience.
Smart | Casual. We encourage you to bring a jacket, as it can get cold in the auditorium.
Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs Jackets/clothing/accessory or any clearly visible body marking are not permitted under any circumstance at the Red Earth Arts Precinct.
Food and Drink
Food and beverages are available for purchase one hour prior to movies or performances, and also during intermission. Please note, any outside food and beverages except for water are NOT permitted in the venue. Bags and personal belongings may be subject to visual inspection.
Food is not permitted inside the theatre during a live performance, unless otherwise specified.
Alcoholic beverages are available for sale with the exception of performances, events or movie screenings that are specifically targeted at children and/or patrons under 18 years of age. This includes G and PG rated movies. The Red Earth Arts Precinct practises Responsible Service of Alcohol and adheres to the Liquor Control Act 1988.
The Red Earth Arts Precinct is a smoke-free venue, this includes all outside areas and amphitheatre.
To help ensure the safety and security of the venue, bags and personal belongings may be subject to visual inspection.
Prams, backpacks, large handbags and other items that may be hazardous or restrict the movement of visitors are not be permitted into the theatre or may be required to be cloaked, depending on the nature of the event and relevant circumstances. Our staff will be able to assist in storing your items. It is your responsibility to collect any cloaked items after the performance.
Other items that are prohibited inside the venue include, but are not limited to; alcohol purchased from outside, glass bottles, offensive signs or clothing, laser pointers, and any other items that could present a safety hazard to others or interfere with the performance.
Commercial activity including promotions, marketing, photography and filming are not permitted at the venue, unless expressly authorised by the City of Karratha.
Photographs, Recordings and Privacy
We reserve the right to record, broadcast and/or telecast from the venue and you consent to the use of any image or recording taken of you, and anyone for whom you are responsible, while on the premises. We are not obliged to use, broadcast or provide to you any such recording.
We use closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras at the Red Earth Arts Precinct.
Please turn off all mobile phones and other electronic devices before the performance or movie. Please remember that the light from phone screens is very distracting for other patrons. Cameras and other recording devices are strictly forbidden.
Theatre is a communicative experience, so feel free to laugh, clap, cry or cheer. It lets the actors know that you are interested and connecting with their work. For those new to theatre, audiences applaud at the end of the act before the interval and also at the end of the show, when actors take their bows. There is usually a curtain call, which is when the actors come on stage to receive your appreciation.
Talking and even whispering can likely be heard by everyone throughout the theatre and on stage, so please refrain from talking until the interval or the end of the performance.
If you experience a problem or issue with our venue or our services, please let our staff know promptly and we will use reasonable endeavours to address the issue.
If you still have more questions, call us on (08) 9186 8600