The Regent Theatre takes pride of place in the sunny lower half of Dunedin’s central Octagon reserve. The theatre regularly hosts live theatre, music, graduations and prize givings, opera, dance, film, project launches, conferences, circus, festivals and community events.
The complex consists of three buildings – the original Ross building (1876), the theatre auditorium (1928) and the fly tower, stage and dressing rooms (1980-81). The maintenance of the theatre has remained true to its historical roots, and it is the only large live theatre venue with a proscenium arch in the Otago area.
The Regent Theatre have a number of Wheelchair seats, as well as, companion seats available.
To discuss your individual accessibility needs, you can contact them on: