“RMIT’s state-of-the-art refurbishment has transformed The Capitol into a contemporary centre for the cultural and education industries, with a variety of flexible spaces avilable to innovate and enjoy.
Melbourne’s most iconic theatre can host screenings, theatre, talks, conferences, lectures and workshops.”
"There are a number of on-street accessible parking spaces located on Little Collins Street and surrounding streets."
"The Theatre has eight accessible spaces, accompanied by eight companion seats.
Four of these spaces accessible from the Foyer level via a door past the toilets. The other four spaces accessible from the Salon level via the internal lift."General accessibility features:
- Disabled parking access
- Accessible toilet
"Enter via The Capitol arcade from Swanston Street or Howie Place. Halfway through the arcade there’s a lift between the jeweller and the dry cleaner. Take the lift up to The Capitol’s Foyer level.
Once inside the Foyer, there is a separate central lift which provides access to the Theatre, Salon and Lounge. The Capitol’s internal lift is located up the ramp in the Foyer."
"Amenities with wheelchair access are available on the Foyer level. This includes a baby change area."Hearing accessibility features:
- Hearing loop or infrared assisted listening system
"The Capitol is equipped with a hearing loop throughout the building. Please see our front of house staff members if required."Other accessibility information: