This is a rapidly developing situation and it will continue to be closely monitored by the University and University Theatres (which operate ticketsWA). Our highest priority is the safety of our visitors, students and staff. The University is following all Federal Government advice and are monitoring the situation to have appropriate measures based on their advice.

In light of the announcement on Friday 13th March, performances at our venues are continuing as planned when the expected attendance is under 500. However, we ask that you heed the following recommendations in line with current advice from the Australian Government Department of Health.

- Wash your hands frequently with soap and water
- Coughing and sneezing into your elbow; dispose of tissues, and use alcohol-based hand sanitiser 
- Avoid contact with others (touching, kissing, hugging, and other intimate contact)

If you:

- Have flu-like symptoms the Health department advises you should stay at home and seek medical advice
- Have recently travelled overseas or have had contact with anyone confirmed to have the virus, you should adhere to the latest isolation advice from the Department of Health


University Theatres have taken the following precautionary measures:

- Increased the frequency and detail of daily cleaning of the theatre by professional cleaners
- Our Front of House teams are sterilising all high-touch areas during the shift (including door handles, toilet locks, hand rails, switches and buttons)
- Hand sanitiser available for all patrons and staff in the foyer areas


Ticket exchanges are available in accordance with ticketsWA ticketing terms and conditions. If you are requesting an exchange or refund based on medical advice that you should be isolated at this time, please cite this reason and provide a doctor’s note to support your refund request to the Box Office. You can contact us on at or on 6488 2440, Monday to Friday, 12 - 4pm.

For further health enquiries contact the Australian Government Department of Health Coronavirus Information Line 1800 020 080 or the healthdirect hotline 1800 022 222. You can also visit the Australian Government Department of Health website.