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Regal Theatre

For the past 75 years The Regal Theatre has been a centre point for popular entertainment from Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire in the 1930s to Slim Dusty and Barry Humphries in the 80s and 90s to the Johnny Cash Story and John Cleese in recent years.

  • Type:Entertainment Venues
  • Activity:Theatres

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  • Type:Entertainment Venues

Description

This much loved icon lives up to its name with its majestic facade and art deco charm. Join us in the heart of Subiaco for a memorable night out enjoying a stage show, comedians, musicals, films or a rock concert. For more information please visit our website www.regaltheatre.com.au
Corporate and event packages are available to entertain clients, staff or treat family and friends. Enjoy pre-show food and drinks in your reserved area with a friendly staff member to look after your guests.
Extend the experience with Friends of the Theatre; present your evening tickets to receive discounts and special offers with surrounding restaurants, see www.regaltheatre.com.au for more details.
For theatre enquiries call 9388 2066 or email [email protected]
All ticket bookings through Ticketek: 132 849, www.ticketek.com.au
Location
474 Hay Street, Subiaco
Cnr. Hay Street and Rokeby Road

Public Transport
The Subiaco Railway Station is located at the rear of the theatre 2min walk away.
There are 2 bus stops located outside the Regal Theatre on Hay St and Rokeby Rd.
Maps of Bus and Train Routes and timetables can be found on the Transperth Website.

Parking
There are various car parks situated around the Theatre.
For Maps and cost of parking, please check the Wilson Parking Website.
Street parking alongside the theatre on Hay Street is for 1 hour parking plus there is two 10mins bay outside the Theatre.

Seating Capacity
The seating capacity of the Theatre is 1074.
 

The Regal Theatre is ideally suited to all forms of theatrical productions including stage shows, concerts, comedies, operas, film festivals and rock shows. The theatre is fully equiped to show both 16 and 35mm films.

Since the theatre's conversion from a cinema to a live theatre in 1977 the Regal has become Perth's most popular theatre with well over one million people having attended the wide variety of entertainment.

Location
474 Hay Street, Subiaco
Cnr. Hay Street and Rokeby Road

Public Transport
The Theatre is situated on a main public transport route.
The Subiaco Railway Station is located at the rear of the theatre 2min walk away.
There are 2 bus stops located outside the Regal Theatre on Hay St and Rokeby Rd.
Maps of Bus and Train Routes and timetables can be found on the Transperth Website.

Parking
There are various carparks situated around the Theatre.
For Maps and cost of parking, please check the Wilson Parking Website.
Street parking alongside the theatre on Hay Street is for 1 hour parking plus there is two 10mins bay outside the Theatre.

Seating Capacity
The seating capacity of the Theatre is 1074. 

Events

Josh Thomas - 'Whoopsie Daisy'
Daniel Sloss - X

Related

State Theatre Centre of WA
Perth Concert Hall
His Majesty's Theatre
Gallery Central
Astor Theatre

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