We are delighted to advise that performances at Blue Mountains Theatre + Community Hub will recommence in November 2021. 

The safety of our customers, performers and staff is our top priority, and we will at all times operate in line with Government regulations.  

We continue to take advice from the NSW Government Department of Health as well as Live Performance Australia.   Blue Mountains Theatre's COVID-19 Safety Plan will continue to evolve as the health advice changes.

Please note: if current COVID-19 restrictions mean you are unable to attend your ticketed performance, please contact our Box Office on 4723 5050 or email hubreception@bmcc.nsw.gov.au.  The deadline for this is 7 days prior to your performance. Refunds will not be provided after this date unless required by applicable law.

In accordance with the NSW Government's public health orders, proof of vaccination for anyone aged over 16 years will be required to visit us in person until 1 December.  

This can be in the form of:
- A covid-19 vaccination certificate (digital or printed) 
- Your immunisation history statement from Medicare (digital or printed)

For more information on how to prove your vaccination status visit https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/vaccination/proof

On 22 June, the NSW Government has reinstated the requirement that face masks are to be worn at all times (except while eating or drinking while seated) at indoor public venues in Greater Sydney (including the Blue Mountains).

In line with this mandatory public health order, Blue Mountains Theatre will require all patrons (aged 12 years and above) attending performances to wear a face mask for the duration of the performance and whilst in our venue

The health and safety of our patrons, staff and performers is our priority, and we thank you for cooperating with all requirements. 

Please bring a suitable mask to wear when you visit.  

For more information go to https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/what-you-can-and-cant-do-under-rules/greater-sydney.

Seating availability is based on current COVID-19 social distancing regulations.

Currently, shows up until May 2022 are adhering to a maximum capacity of 75% of our normal seating.  No socially distanced automatic seating allowance is currently in place.  Please be aware that you may be seated adjacent to, in front of or behind another ticketholder.     

Should these restrictions change, seating capacity may be increased or decreased accordingly.  

It is a special condition of entry that you must remain in your allocated seat for the duration of the performance.

It is a condition of entry to the facility that all visitors check in upon arrival to the venue using the Service NSW QR code. 

The QR code is displayed at all entrances to the facility for your convenience. 

Patrons are encouraged to download the Service NSW app prior to their visit to the theatre, as this will speed up your check-in on arrival. 

If you do not have a smart phone, you will be able to check in manually on site.  

An enhanced cleaning schedule has been activated throughout the venue and a designated safety concierge will be onsite throughout the performance to support social distancing and contact point cleansing.

Blue Mountains Theatre reserves the right to cancel the performance or make any operational changes necessary to ensure the safety of our patrons, staff and performers and to comply with local, state and federal government regulations and public health orders.  Should a performance be cancelled, you will be entitled to a refund on purchased tickets.

The patron responsible for purchasing tickets is required to have access to contact details of all members of their group. 

We encourage patrons to use contactless transactions, through:

  • pre-purchase of tickets online/over the phone
  • at theatre door, have e-tickets open and on display on their devices, rather than a physical ticket
  • use tap-and-go rather than cash for pre-show snack or beverage purchases
  • undertake good hand and respiratory hygiene measures: wash hands frequently and utilise hand sanitising stations within the facility.

Please observe social distancing and keep a safe distance (at least 1.5m) from other patrons at all times.  Observe floor markings at service areas and at theatre doors.  Please remain in your allocated seat for the duration of the performance.

If you feel unwell, have recently experienced cold or flu-like symptoms, have recently returned from overseas or a COVID hotspot or are awaiting COVID test results please do not attend the theatre.   Contact us to discuss your options - call our Box Office 4723 5050.

Please note: if you are visibly unwell or refuse to cooperate with social distancing you will be asked to leave the venue for the safety of all of our patrons, staff and performers.     

Should the status of any scheduled performance change due to covid-19 or for any other reason, we will notify ticketholders as soon as possible. Please keep an eye on your email inboxes for any updates.   

We have become aware that a large proportion of emails have not been reaching ticketholders' inboxes.  This issue appears to have affected emails sent between 1st August and late September. Emails have been resent to affected ticketholders. 

If you are concerned that you are missing an email from us regarding a cancelled or rescheduled performance, you are welcome to email our box office at hubreception@bmcc.nsw.gov.au - please be sure to include your name, contact phone number and the name & date of the show. 

Ian Cooper Jazz Quintet | 20 November has been cancelled. 
All ticketholders will be contacted by our box office to arrange a refund.  

Mirusia: A Salute To The Seekers | 17 November has been rescheduled to 19 March 2022. 
All ticketholders will be contacted regarding their ticket options. 
Refunds will be available to any patron who does not wish to attend the rescheduled show.