In 2012, the Yau Ma Tei Theatre and the Red Brick House were revitalized into performing arts venues, especially venues that provide performance, rehearsal and training facilities for young Cantonese opera troupes and new troupes, continuing the authentic culture of Yau Ma Tei opera appreciation and singing. The original appearance, part of the structure and architectural features of the two historical buildings have been carefully preserved, including the pillars on both sides of the theater's main entrance, the Chinese-style sloping roof, and the arches of the original stage. Now, while you relive your past feelings in these two historical buildings, you can also enjoy the performances of young Cantonese opera troupes and new troupes!
*It is a second-class historical building
The Yau Ma Tei Theatre is a statutory monument and has a number of barrier-free facilities, including ramps for entrances and exits, passages, and accessible toilets. It is designed to take into account the needs of wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility. Most of the uneven places are equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily get on and off.
**Go to learn more about barrier-free facilities
There is a ramp directly into the theater, and there are four wheelchair seats, all located in the back row.
- The main entrance and exit of the Yau Ma Tei Theatre is located at No. 6 Waterloo Road. There are ramps on both sides of the main entrance. The ramps are relatively flat so that wheelchair users can easily get on and off.
- The passageway design in most areas of Yau Ma Tei Theatre is still broad, which is generally suitable for wheelchair users
- Most uneven places are equipped with ramps, the ramps are relatively flat, and wheelchair users can easily get on and off
- Yau Ma Tei Theatre has an accessible toilet located in the lobby