Can I buy tickets?
The Backlot Perth is a presentation and event space for private hire only. With an exciting array of uses and options, The Backlot Perth is the perfect venue for corporate presentations, staff training, client and staff incentive nights, social club gatherings, conferencing and anything else you can come up with.
We don’t sell tickets to the general public.
Is the venue private?
Yes. Clients will never be required to share the facility with another group. Once The Backlot Perth has been booked, your group or organisation has exclusive and private use of the venue for the booked time.
What does a booking give me?
A booking at The Backlot Perth entitles you to a two hour presentation, plus a thirty minute window for guest arrivals. You also gain access to the bar and Lounge area should you wish to use it.
What types of bookings do you accept?
The Backlot Perth is a venue for the film industry and corporate community. We accept most bookings however we do not accept birthday parties, bucks / hens days or similar. We have recommendations for some great alternative venues though!
Are there group discounts?
We don’t as a rule have a group discount policy, although there are special industry rates for the film industry only.
How do I book The Backlot Perth?
You can book The Backlot Perth by visiting in person (by appointment) or you can call us on (08) 9227 1837. Alternatively, you can send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can book online here.
How do I know which movies I can choose from?
The Backlot Perth has a catalogue of films available to choose from. This catalogue is updated regularly to ensure you have the full range of films from which to pick. This catalogue will be sent to you during the booking process.
What time are you open?
As we are a private venue for hire, The Backlot Perth is not open to the general public.
Our doors open half an hour prior to a booking. Should you wish to arrive early to set up or stay late to mingle after your event, prior arrangement must be made with The Backlot Perth.
Do you accept credit cards?
We accept all major cards, except American Express.
Where are you located?
We are at 21 Simpson St, West Perth. Check out Google Maps for directions.
How big is the screen?
Our silver screen is 7.4m(w) x 4.2m(h).
What sound do you have?
We are running Dolby Digital 7.1 sound.
Is parking available?
Yes, The Backlot Perth has 9 dedicated car bays on site. There is also ample street parking available in the surrounding area with a 2 hour limit during business hours and with no limit after hours and on weekends.
Do you show 3D? Do you provide glasses?
We sure do have 3D screening capabilities. If you wish to show a 3D movie, glasses will be charged at $1 a pair. These are then yours to keep. If you have a pair of 3D glasses at home you are welcome to bring them along .
How many seats do you have?
The Backlot Perth holds 50 luxurious leather seats for your comfort. These seats are configured with 5 rows of 10 seats each.
Can I use my own catering company?
We do allow clients to use their own catering as long as we are advised at the time of booking. Certain charges may still apply (eg glasswear hire).
How do I join or leave the email list?
The is a link on our website from which you can join or leave our mailing list. We will contact you once a month with cool and interesting info!
I think I left something behind! Do you have a lost property?
We do have a Lost Property of sorts. If you do happen to leave something behind, give us a call or shoot us an email and we can have a look for you.
Do you have disabled access?
We sure do! We believe nobody should be excluded from the awesomeness that is The Backlot Perth. Our entry way and floor space is nice and wide for access, our auditorium has a couple of great viewing platforms and we’ve also installed a disabled loo.
Can I get a refund?
The Backlot Perth does not offer refunds.
However, should you wish to make a cancellation, a minimum of 7 days’ notice must be given for a full refund of any monies paid. If you don’t like a film then that’s something you should really take up with the director. Coming to us and saying you “Don’t Get” The Tree Of Life will not cut the mustard. Telling us that The Room is awful will just get you laughed at.