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The Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts welcomes people of all abilities and is committed to providing accessible programs and services.
Patrons using a wheelchair, walker or who have difficulty with stairs should advise the Box Office (905-815-2021) at the time of ticket purchase. Accessible seating is NOT available online. For the safety of patrons, all accessible seating in the Main Auditorium is located in Row S.
Please note: The Oakville Centre faces accessibility challenges due to its design and age. The theatre does not have an elevator. The Main Auditorium’s 17-row seating area has a steep incline, with steps down to each row.
The Oakville Centre does have some accessibility challenges due to its original design and age. The theatre does not have an elevator and the main auditorium’s 17-row seating area has a steep incline, with steps down to each row.
One accessible parking spot is located on Navy Street and the parking lots along Church Street also offer accessible spots. Three accessible parking spots for the Studio Theatre are located on the lower, Water St. level behind the theatre. Visit our Parking page for further access information.
Please do not wear cologne, perfume or other scented products while attending an Oakville Centre event.
Dog guides and other service animals are welcome and may accompany patrons in any areas open to the general public. We encourage patrons to notify the Box Office in advance or at the time of ticket purchase so we are best able to accommodate.
The Oakville Centre welcomes patrons with disability and their support person. All patrons, including those acting as a support person, are required to hold a valid ticket for ticketed performances.
Training is provided to our employees, volunteers and individuals who provide goods or services on our behalf as outlined in the Town of Oakville’s Accessible Customer Service Procedure and the town’s Accessible Customer Service 101 video.