If you have any questions regarding accessibility, please contact us at [email protected] or 02 9550 3666.

Reserved Seating events have wheelchair seats on hold, so please contact us to book these.
For General Admission events, once you’ve booked your tickets, please contact us and we’ll reserve seats for you.

The following venues are wheelchair accessible:
– Enmore Theatre (Main Theatre)
– Wild Flower Wine Bar at the Enmore Theatre
– Factory Theatre (Main Theatre)
– Fusebox at The Factory
– Factory Floor at the Factory
– Workshop at the Factory
– Comedy Store
– Concourse Concert Hall
– Concourse Theatre
– Manning Bar
– Sydney Opera House
– Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace
– Riverside Theatre
– Evan Theatre, Panthers
– Dee Why RSL
– Sutherland Entertainment Centre
– Seymour Centre
– State Theatre

Most events offer Companion Card bookings. If you wish to make a Companion Card booking, please contact us.

Some events will offer Auslan Interpretation and will be listed on this page and www.auslanstageleft.com.au as they go on sale.

How To Book Tickets
How To Book Tickets

Where do I book Comedy Festival Tickets?
Tickets to most Comedy Festival shows can be purchased through the following avenues:

  • Online: www.sydneycomedyfest.com.au
  • In Person:
    • Venue Box Offices at the door: Please note that many shows sell out in advance so it is best to pre-book tickets.

How To Get To The Festival
How To Get To The Festival


Parking for the Enmore Theatre is available at the nearby Enmore TAFE through Ticketek – CLICK HERE.



By Bus
Buses 423, 426 and 428 depart from Circular Quay, travel through the city via Castlereagh Street to Eddy Avenue Haymarket, through George Street Broadway and Newtown and stop directly outside the Enmore Theatre.

Buses 352 and 355 depart from Bondi Junction, and bus 370 departs from Coogee and travels though Randwick and Newtown and stop directly outside Newtown Train Station, which is a 3 minute walk to the Enmore Theatre

By Train
The Enmore Theatre is a 3 minute walk from Newtown Train Station on King Street. Newtown Station is 3 stops from Central Station, where Newtown trains depart from Platform 19.


By Bus
The following bus services stop outside the theatre: 423 and 426 (428 turns off at Addison Rd – Vic on the Park Hotel, 2 min walk from the Factory.) These services operate from Circular Quay via Central Station.

By Train
The Factory Theatre is a 20 minute walk or a 5 minute bus ride from Newtown Railway Station. Bus services 423 and 426 operate from Newtown Station directly to The Factory Theatre. These services are reasonably frequent and continue late into the evening (after midnight).   The Factory Theatre is also a 15 minute walk from Sydenham and Marrickville Railway Stations


By Bus
Ride to Anzac Parade near Lang Rd bus stop. From Inner West 355 goes direct to EQ (last stop 7:09pm)

By Train
To Central, Circular Quay, St. James, Museum, connect by bus


By Bus
The following bus services stop at the corner of Victoria Ave and Anderson St: M40, 273, 200.

By Train
The Concourse is a two-minute walk from the Chatswood Interchange, which incorporates both train and bus terminals. From the Chatswood Interchange, walk down Chatswood Mall and onto Victoria Avenue, east of the station.