Nearest bus stop: Courtenay Place, Paramount Cinema/Blair Street
Nearest mobility parking: Blair Street: one in front of Little India, halfway down the street.
For detailed inner-city mobility parking information – click here
Accessible seating and wheelchair access: Yes – lift provides access to two floors. Right-hand side of main doors as you enter
For all events that are listed as GA (Every Brilliant Thing, Not In Our Neighborhood), should you require assistance with mobility, such as Wheelchair allocation, please contact Ticketek via 0800 842 538 to inform them so we can best assist you. Alternatively, please inform the Front of House staff on arrival.
Accessible toilets: Yes – located on level 1
Hearing loop: Available
If you require a specific seat or rely on other access requirements to ensure your enjoyment of the show, please contact Ticketek on 0800 TICKETEK (842538) and a customer service representative will assist you with your booking.
About Hannah Playhouse
The Hannah Playhouse was purpose-built between 1971-1973. Its distinctive design (of the ‘brutalist’ school) and signature roofline won James Beard and Company a New Zealand Institute of Architects National Award in 1978 and an Award for Enduring Architecture in 2006.
Design of the internal performance space was supervised by Raymond Boyce, creating a flexible space that can both serve and inspire the artists who work within it.
The name derives from the family name of Sheilah Winn, major patron of the construction project.