FAQs

attending a show

Artist Accessability

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If you are an artist with any questions or accessibility requirements please email rylee.p@170russell.com

Where can I purchase tickets?

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Tickets are available on our website www.170russell.com

Entry on the night

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Tickets are delivered as e-tickets to your email to be scanned at the door, however, you can also simply provide photo id at the door if you can not locate your ticket.

Passouts

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You are free to come and go as you please from 170 Russell once your ticket has been processed and you have a stamp. Please see our door or security staff if you require assistance or need a quiet place for a break during the show.

Accessability

Do you accept Companion Cards?

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The venue accepts companion cards. Please contact rylee.p@170russell.com
***Please note: you will need to provide a companion card number at the time of booking.

Seating for people with difficulty standing

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If you are unable to stand for extended periods of time a chair can be arranged for you. Please contact rylee@170russell.com prior to show day to arrange for a chair.

Is there wheelchair access?

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Please contact the venue beforehand to arrange priority wheelchair entry if you’d like the opportunity to get a position where the stage is visible.

Shows with strobe lighting

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Every effort is made to ensure there is signage for any shows including strobe lighting; however, this may not always be possible. Please contact the venue if you have any concerns around strobe or flashing lighting for a show you are attending.

Room Lighting

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Please note that there is low lighting in and around the band room as a requirement for shows. If you have low vision and need assistance, please let us know.

how to get here

Where is 170 Russell?

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170 Russell is located at 170 Russell Street Melbourne (Corner of Russell Street & Little Bourke Street / Chinatown)

Parking

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There is limited street parking and Wilson’s parking next door at 180 Russell Street. To book a spot online, please visit Wilson Parking

Tram

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The closest tram stop is Russell Street – Stop 7, which is on Route 86 & 96. Alternatively, Bourke Street Mall/ Swanston Street – Stop 10 is serviced by tram routes 1, 3/3A, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67 & 72. All stops are level access stops.

Train

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Parliament is the closest train station. Please click here for more information and timetables.

Wheelchair accessible entrance

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Access for wheelchair users is via the glass doors at 180 Russell Street. Please see our security staff at the front entrance.