Your Visit | CATHEDRAL
We look forward to welcoming you to CATHEDRAL by Caleb Lewis, at the Space Theatre.
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VENUE INFORMATION: CATHEDRAL is being held at the Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre. Click here for more information on the venue.
SHOW INFORMATION: This performance run time is approx 85 minutes with no interval.
The show contains coarse language, adult themes, strobe effects, haze effects, loud noises. Recommended for ages 15+.
YOUR ARRIVAL: Plan to arrive 20-30 minutes before the performance. Once inside, please take your seats in the auditorium.
AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCES: for audio described performances on Monday 16 May (evening) and Saturday 21 May (matinee), a pre-show briefing will be held on-site one hour before the performance. The briefing allows patrons to take a tactile tour of the show with an opportunity to walk around and get a sense of the set. Participants also meet the performers and hear the voices they will be using for their characters. To participate in the pre-show briefing, meet in the foyer of the Space Theatre an hour before the show is due to begin.
COVID SAFE BEHAVIOUR: Do not come to the theatre if you have tested positive for COVID-19 or have any cold or flu symptoms. Thank you for helping us keep artists, staff, and patrons safe.
Face masks are not mandatory, but we strongly recommend you wear one as you will be close to other patrons. Adelaide Festival Centre staff will wear masks.
With the high rate of vaccination in our community, Adelaide Festival Centre will no longer check patrons’ COVID-19 vaccination evidence at venue entry.
QR code and manual COVID-19 check-in is not required.
Click here for more information about Adelaide Festival Centre’s COVID policies.
BAR: Bars are open for this event but to help reduce congestion, please consider sending one person to the bar for drinks.
CLOAKROOM: To avoid close contact and touching, cloakrooms are closed. Please do not bring bags larger than A3 or backpacks as they will not be admitted into the theatre.