58 Grote Street
Adelaide, South Australia
(corner of Pitt Street)
Easy parking in the Grote Street U-Park
2 minutes walk down the road or the
Adelaide Central Market carpark
directly across the road.
Her Majesty's Theatre is currently closed for major renovations and rejuvenation.
Originally called the Tivoli, Adelaide's Her Majesty's Theatre was built in 1913 and opened on 6th September that year. Regarded as the finest theatre in Australia when it opened, Her Majesty's is the last theatre remaining from the once-famous national Tivoli vaudeville circuit.
Today Her Maj hosts a variety of theatrical and musical performances that entertain thousands of people every year.
For musicals and humorous stage shows, stand-up comedy, dramas and thrillers, orchestral performances, operas and more, Her Majesty's is a popular venue.
Over the years, some of the world's greatest theatrical names have graced the stage at Her Maj. The likes of Lauren Bacall, WC Fields, Whoopi Goldberg, Spike Milligan, Rowan Atkinson, Dame Judi Dench, Ronnie Corbett, Barry Humphries and Angela Lansbury to name but a few from from what is a VERY long list of performers who have shined bright there.
Located an easy stroll from Victoria Square in the centre of Adelaide, you'll find a great show there pretty much every day of the year.
The theatre's Box Office opens 45 minutes before performances. Alternatively, you can drop in to the Adelaide Festival Theatre to check out what's coming up or to purchase tickets online, go to Bass.net.au
A substantial redevelopment and expansion project for Her Majesty's Theatre was announced in June 2016. Planning began immediately and the project is expected to be finished by late 2019. This redevelopment will grow the theatre's capacity from the current 970 to around 1,500, making it an attractive venue for a broad range of shows, particularly long running musicals.
ENJOY Her Majesty's Theatre - Adelaide. The History. The Ambiance.