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Live & Virtual Events – Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes

Our round-up of events happening at the theatre over the next five weeks.

B4PLAY
Saturday, March 26 at 11 am (Live in-person & live-streamed)

Our live talk show hosted by CBC Radio’s Gregor Craigie and featuring interviews with:

* Michael Shamata, Artistic Director

* Vincent Gale (Jon) Actor

* Dr. Alexandra Sasha Kovacs, Assistant Professor at the Department of Theatre, University of Victoria.

* Reem Girgrah, Sexualized Violence Education and Prevention Officer with the Equity and Human Rights Office at the University of Victoria. 

We will be hosting this live event at 50% capacity – masks and proof of vaccination required. To attend in person please register below. We will be streaming live to Facebook too. 


TALKBACK THURSDAY (On Stage + Online / Hybrid)

Thursday, April 14 (15 minutes after the end of the play)

Join the actors for a Q & A Session – hop in and they’ll answer your questions about creating Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes.

Featuring Vincent Gale (Jon), Sara Canning (Annie), and Michael Shamata (Director).


VOCALEYE (ONLINE)

Almost Live Event Matinee (1:30 pm)

Saturday, April 16, 2022

Experience this Belfry production online with VocalEye audio description on Saturday, April 16. The virtual Zoom lobby opens at 1:30 pm for community socializing with host Amy Amantea followed by a pre-show introduction at 1:45 pm.

The feature presentation begins at 2 pm. You’re invited to stay for the post-show chat with special guests and a prize draw. This event is designed to be accessible for people who are blind and partially sighted and is free to attend.

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To ensure your comfort and take care of the details, we ask that you book your tickets by phone – 250-385-6815. Please call us if you have any questions.


VOCALEYE (ONLINE)
Almost Live Event Matinee (1:30 pm)

Saturday, April 16

Experience this Belfry production online with VocalEye audio description on Saturday, April 16. The virtual Zoom lobby opens at 1:30 pm for community socializing with host Amy Amantea followed by a pre-show introduction at 1:45 pm.

The feature presentation begins at 2 pm. You’re invited to stay for the post-show chat with special guests and a prize draw. This event is designed to be accessible for people who are blind and partially sighted and is free to attend.

Register here: https://bit.ly/VEZoomReg

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Wheelchair Access

Except for our Balcony, the Belfry is fully wheelchair accessible. As space within the theatre is limited, we ask you to book wheelchair seating in advance (250-385-6815). Please let us know if you have a companion with whom you wish to sit.

Wheelchair seating is provided on the Main Floor of the theatre in rows B and C. Companion seating is adjacent to those wheelchair positions.

The wheelchair ramp is located on the west side of the building, off of Gladstone Avenue and there is are two designated parking spots on Gladstone Avenue, close to the wheelchair ramp.

Our wheelchair-accessible washroom (1.7 m x 2.05 m) is located in the southeast corner of the lobby.


Hearing Assist System

For patrons who are hard of hearing, the theatre is equipped with an infra-red hearing assist system. We have 6 devices available through the Box Office.