ITC Accessibility

The Intrepid Theatre Club is wheelchair accessible and has one wheelchair accessible washroom. Both washrooms are all-gender.

The lobby is fully wheelchair accessible.

The chairs in the theatre are all removable and the first row is ground level. The seating is tiered and the rows above ground level are accessed by a centre aisle, which has stairs and no railing.

The stage is on one level and is wheelchair accessible.

The technician’s booth is at the top of the tiered seats and up a narrow ladder.

The Intrepid Theatre Club is lit by fluorescent lights during the day. Most renters use the softer incandescent lobby lights in the evening, and there is stage and house lighting in the theatre for performances.

Visual Guide

A visual story is available for the Intrepid Theatre Club. This guide includes photos and text that will help you get to know the space. It is designed for audience members who want to prepare in advance of their visit (i.e. does not contain information about backstage or technical aspects) but may be useful if you are looking to rent the venue.

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Intrepid Theatre is located on the lands of the Lekwungen People, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations. We give our thanks and respect to the stewards of these lands, and to elders, past, present and future.