The refurbished Dorfman Theatre and new Clore Learning Centre are directly linked with the Max Rayne Centre by the Sherling High-Level Walkway. The walkway runs through the props workshop and the set assembly space and ends in a viewing gallery above the new set painting studio. This connection allows learning participants to access the work of the Max Rayne Centre and enables production staff and artists to deliver learning programmes in the new Clore Learning Centre. But the walkway is also an invitation to the public to come in.
The walkway is open from 9.30am - 7.30pm Monday - Saturday and is free to visit. It gives visitors unprecedented views into the work that goes on behind the scenes.
It is also the home of the Supporters Mural; an artistic tribute displaying the names of over 3,000 people who generously donated to NT Future.