Seating Plans

Each performance at the Civic Centre can have a different seating plan in place which is determined by the Promoter of the Production. Please see the seating plans below to obtain a better understanding of how each of the seating plans are configured.

George Hogg Auditorium

 
General Admission seating is a ticketed show with no assigned seat numbers per patron, a common example of this is at the movie theatre where you purchase a seat to the show and then simply find your own seat when you enter the theatre.

Tabled Seating Tables of eight seats in a U shape all facing the stage.

Cunningham Room

  • Theatre Style
  • Tables of 8

Stalls: Stalls are located closest to the stage on ground level. (AA row is not always available depending on the Promoter)

Raised Stalls: Raised Seating is located on Main Auditorium Level and is in a Grandstand Style Format (Tiered Seating)

Gallery: The Gallery is located upstairs of the Main Auditorium and is in a Grandstand Style Format – (Tiered Seating looking down at the stage)

Allocated Seating: In a purely reserved seating (also known as allocated seating or assigned seating) scheme, each ticket is assigned a specific seat in the venue at the time of purchase. Seats are typically identified by row number/letter, seat number, and sometimes by section. Reserved seating is the most common scheme used for large indoor venues.

General Admission: In a general admission (also known as open seating or free seating) scheme, each spectator has a ticket, however the location from which they will watch the event is determined upon arrival at the venue. A common example of this scheme is most movie theaters.

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