The Roundhouse Theatre is located just off Kelvin Grove Road at 6-8 Musk Avenue, Kelvin Grove QLD 4059. The La Boite Studio is in the same building as the Roundhouse Theatre adjacent to the Box Office.
Undercover parking in The Village Centre, Kelvin Grove is free after 6.30pm. Enter via Ramsgate Street. La Boite is a five minute walk up Musk Avenue from this carpark. Limited street parking is also available around Kelvin Grove Village, with the cost of parking from $1.50/hr. A small number of short stay, pay and display parking spaces are also available on Gona Parade. Please note, the carpark closes at 11.00pm.
Download the Uber app (uber.com/app) and request your ride to or from ‘La Boite’. Get a safe, reliable and cashless ride in minutes
Concession tickets are available for Healthcare card holders, Government issued pensioners, seniors, carer card holders, students, QUT staff and select industry groups (Australian Writer’s Guild, MEAA, Dendy Cinema, Playlab, QLD Writer’s Centre).
We have renovated and taken over the bar. Come in and check it out for yourself!
Kelvin Grove Village is home to a range of restaurants and cafés, just two minutes walk from the theatre. Visit kgurbanvillage.com.au for more details.
Our events are general admission so you choose your own seat on the night. You can book separately from your friends and still sit together.
Wheelchair and Mobility Assistance
Spaces are available for wheelchairs in the Roundhouse Theatre and La Boite Studio. Patrons with special mobility requirements are advised to contact the Box Office on (07) 3007 8600. There is a level access drop-off point next to the theatre on Gona Parade. There is an accessible toilet located on the ground floor, 10 metres from the theatre entrance doors.
The Roundhouse Theatre is fitted with a hearing assistance system. Patrons wishing to use this service are requested to contact Box Office on (07) 3007 8600 prior to their visit, as special seats are required to access this system.
Auslan Interpreted Shows
Auslan sign language interpreted performances for Deaf patrons are available on specific dates listed on the individual production pages.
Meet the artists
La Boite’s Meet the Artists program provides audience members the opportunity, typically post-show, to participate in an informative Q&A style session where they will hear about the artistic process, challenges and behind-the-scenes anecdotes. Audience members have the opportunity to ask cast and creatives about the production they’ve just seen. It is typically hosted by La Boite’s Artist Director, Todd MacDonald, however, at times we like to throw in a few surprises!
- Not all artists involved may be available to participate in Meet the Artist sessions scheduled. La Boite reserves the right to adjust cast and creative involvement accordingly.
- Depending on which artists are involved in the program, you may be asked to turn off your phone recording or camera devices. La Boite reserves the right to ask audience members to respect artist wishes.