Her Majesty’s Theatre

Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre

Upcoming Ballets


Plan your visit

In 2022, The Australian Ballet's Adelaide performances will take place at Adelaide Festival Centre's Her Majesty's Theatre.

To get the most out of your ballet experience at the Her Majesty' Theatre please read the following information. For more detailed information please also visit the Adelaide Festival Centre's official website


Getting There

Her Majesty's Theatre is located on Grote Street and is a 10-minute walk from the main Adelaide Festival Centre precinct and box office.

Enter through the front doors on Grote Street. While there is no designated drop off area, cars can pause to drop off passengers on Grote Street. Information about transport and parking to help you plan your visit is available on the Adelaide Festival Centre's website


COVID-19 Updates

Visit our COVID-19 Ticketing Policy page for FAQs, ticketing and policy updates including information from the Adelaide Festival Centre.



Her Majesty's Theatre does not permit large bags or backpacks inside auditorium areas.

Patrons who must keep their belongings with them for medical reasons will be permitted to admit bags into the auditorium if they are visually inspected by a security officer and don't obstruct venue safety. Cloakroom facilities are available, but space is limited so please travel lightly and leave large bags and backpacks at home.

Children at the Theatre

Visit our Children at the Theatre page for current policies regarding children in the theatre and our babes-in-arms policies.

Seating at the Venue

Click here to view the Her Majesty's Theatre seat map.

Visit our Ticket Info page for information on the different seating reserves available at Her Majesty's Theatre.


Cash-free Policy

Adelaide Festival Centre’s Box Office and food and beverage outlets became cashless on 1 October 2018. The majority of our patrons use debit or credit cards and we are pleased to offer a more efficient service, improving transaction speed and staff safety. We know some patrons will not be able to pay with card and we will always have cash facilities available for exceptional circumstances.


Photography and Audio/Video Recording

It is strictly prohibited to take photos or audio/video recordings during any performance by The Australian Ballet. Photography is permitted during curtain call.

Mobile Phones

Mobile phones must be turned off prior to a performance.


The Australian Ballet and the Adelaide Festival Centre are committed to a positive customer experience for all patrons. For more information about accessibility at the Adelaide Festival Centre visit or call the theatre on 08 8216 8670.

Wheelchair Access

Removable seats are available in the Stalls row G as well as on the Dress Circle and Grand Circle for patrons who wish to remain seated in their wheelchair or transfer to a theatre seat.

Lifts are located in the foyer near the information desk with access to all levels.

Please contact BASS on 131 246 or advise the operator when you are booking tickets if you require a wheelchair loan during your visit. 

Booked wheelchairs can be collected at your venue concierge desk from 60 minutes pre-show and must be returned within 20 minutes of the show finishing. Patrons will be required to leave a driver's licence, credit card, or government-issued photo ID as a deposit until the wheelchair is returned. Wheelchairs must not be taken off-site. Please coordinate patron pick-up and drop-off locations accordingly. 

Except in emergency situations, we cannot provide staff to assist with patron wheelchair use.

Audio Assistance

Hearing Loop
At Her Majesty's Theatre, hearing loop facilities are available in foyer areas.

Hearing Assistance Packs
Audience members who require hearing assistance are now able to enjoy the show via the Beyerdynamic Hearing System.

In the Festival Theatre, Her Majesty’s Theatre, Dunstan Playhouse and Space Theatre, patrons may borrow a small transmitter pack with the choice of either an inductive neck loop (for use with a hearing aid with a T-setting) or a set of headphones (for patrons without a hearing aid or a hearing aid without a T-Setting) to amplify the performance. Patrons may also bring their own headphones if they desire.

Transmitter packs are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Patrons should arrive at least half an hour before the performance to collect their pack from the venue's information or concierge desk. Patrons will be required to leave a driver's licence or some form of photo ID as a deposit until the pack is returned.

Assistance Animals

Every theatre and event/function area of Adelaide Festival Centre is assistance animal friendly. 

National Companion Card Scheme

The Australian Ballet supports the National Companion Card scheme. For more information about the Companion Card, visit To book tickets using your Companion Card, please phone The Australian Ballet on 1300 369 741.

Enhance your experience

Dining Options

Adelaide Festival Centre bars open on a case by case basis, in accordance with SA Health regulations. Discover something for all tastes – including child-friendly options.

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Terms and Conditions

All visitors are bound by the Adelaide Festival Centre's conditions of entry for all associated venues including Her Majesty's Theatre. 

Admittance to all venues is subject to the venue's COVID safe plan at time of entry. 

More Questions?

For more information about the Adelaide Festival Centre visit or call the Centre on 08 8216 8600.

Or you can contact our customer experience team via our Contact Us page.