Plan your visit

Plan your visit

Where is theatre l'Escaouette located?

170 Botsford Street*
Moncton (NB) E1C 4X6


* Theatre l’Escaouette is located at the corner of Botsford Street and Mountain Road.

(506) 855-0001 ext. 207

How do I buy tickets?

BOX OFFICE WEBSITE | Accessible at all times.

ON SITE* | The box office is open Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (except holidays) and until show time on performance nights.

BY PHONE* | (506) 855-0001 ext. 207

*We only accept reservations if accompanied with a payment.

Note that seats are not assigned for general admission shows.

Can I buy tickets at the theatre?

The box office is open Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (except holidays) and until show time on performance nights.

We recommend that you check our opening hours by phone (506) 855-0001  ext. 207, before visiting.


Parking spaces located on the north side of the theatre l’Escaouette are offered free of charge to ticket holders.

On show nights, a limited number of additional parking spaces are also available at the medical clinic located across from the theater at 169 Botsford Street.

The parking lot is not supervised. The theatre assumes no responsibility for theft, loss or damage to the vehicle or its contents, however caused.

How do I get there by public transport?

There is a bus stop at the corner of Alma and Botsford. Please refer to Codiac Transpo for details.


People with reduced mobility or with special needs will receive an attentive welcome. Please specify this at the time of your reservation so that we can welcome you in the best possible conditions.

Do you have wheelchair seating?

Yes, we have a limited amount of wheelchair seating available for each performance.

Is there elevator access within the theatre?

Yes, please let us know your requirements when purchasing your tickets.

I am not in a wheelchair but I find stairs hard to navigate. What seats would be best for me?

Please call our Box Office team for more information at (506) 855-0001 ext. 207

How can I respect my fellow audience members?

A little courtesy goes a long way. Please do not check your phone during the performance and make sure your phones and watches cannot ring or vibrate. Talking, whispering, unwrapping candy and strongly scented body products can be disruptive. Please be mindful and be respectful to fellow patrons.

How early should I arrive?

We recommend that you arrive at least thirty (30) minutes before your show, which starts promptly at the stated time.

What if I'm late for the show?

To get the most out of your theatre experience, please do your best to arrive at least thirty (30) minutes before showtime. Our Front of House Manager has the option to seat latecomers, but you might need to wait for a suitable moment to enter (chosen by the director). There’s a chance you’ll be given different seats to minimize any disruption. If you arrive later than this point, you might be asked to wait until intermission. So we encourage you to come early!

Can I bring my own food or drink into the theatre?

No, but you’re welcome to consume  beverages purchased from the lobby bar prior to your performance and during intermission (when applicable).

Can I text or use social media during a performance?

We love being talked about on social media and encourage you to join the conversation – you can find us on InstagramTwitter and Facebook. We kindly ask that mobile use is kept to before and after the show, as well as during intermissions.

Is there a dress code?

Some people like to dress up for the theatre, and others prefer to keep it casual. However you’re comfortable, you’re welcome!

Can I get a refund on my tickets?

For more details, please see the Terms of Sale.

Safety and comfort

The following measures are for the well-being and comfort of our patrons, artists, staff, volunteers and community.