admiral theatre policies

Thank you for supporting Bremerton's Admiral Theatre. Please see below for our current seating, ticketing, and decorum policies, and feel free to contact our Box Office at 360.373.6743 or boxoffice@admiraltheatre.org with any questions or concerns.


In-person | Tuesday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. | 515 Pacific Avenue, Bremerton, WA 98337

Phone | Tuesday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. | 360.373.6743

Online | 24/7 | boxoffice@admiraltheatre.org


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Seating / patron services

The theatre's main floor is set in cabaret-style tables of four. For reserved seating events, if you purchase two main floor tickets, it is likely that two additional tickets will be sold at your table. The loge and balcony have traditional theatre seating. All seats are assigned on a best available basis, at the time of your order. Exact seat assignments may not be available at the time of order. The Admiral Theatre staff will do everything possible to accommodate your seating preferences.

The Admiral Theatre is ADA-compliant, providing wheelchair accessible seating and restrooms, and listening devices for patrons with hearing impairment. For more information, please call the box office when purchasing tickets.


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ticketing

Tickets with a value greater than $20 include a $5 service fee. Tickets with a value equal to or less than $20 include a $2 service fee. All tickets include a $1 historic preservation fee. All mailed tickets include a $1 fee per order.

Tickets processed less than 10 days prior to a show may be held in Will Call.

If you are unable to attend a performance, your unused tickets may be returned to the Box Office as a tax-deductible contribution. In order to receive credit for the donation, tickets must be returned 24 hours or more prior to the performance. Ticket sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.


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theatre etiquette

The Admiral Theatre asks parents not to bring infants and children under age 6 to shows, unless the shows are meant for young audiences. All children, regardless of age, must have tickets to gain entry.

Recording devices of any kind, baby carriers, car seats, strollers, smoking (including e-cigarettes), or outside food and beverages are not allowed in the theatre.

We pride ourselves on providing a safe and enjoyable show experience for all patrons. Loud, disruptive, or abusive behavior, public intoxication, and breaking house rules will not be tolerated. Patrons who don't comply with staff and volunteer requests will be asked to leave or ejected by police.