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Top 10 theatres

His Majesty’s Theatre.

CROWN

Bigger ain’t just better at Crown – it’s the only option, with a 2000-seat
auditorium and a program of Broadway hits, film faves and big-name stars.
BEST FOR Heavy hitters with budget no issue.

STATE THEATRE CENTRE OF WA

Two stages present high-quality, locally produced work from the state’s best companies.
BEST FOR Artistically minded folk who want to have heard of the play they’re about to see.

THE BLUE ROOM THEATRE

Chances are you’ll be served a drink by the star of the next production at
this intimate, arty, in-the-know performance space and bar.
BEST FOR Those who want in on the theatre clique.

SPARE PARTS PUPPET THEATRE

You’ll be surprised how much those puppets can tug on your heartstrings.
Bring tissues, or at least a gaggle of kids to distract you.
BEST FOR Kids, families, and people young at heart.

REGAL THEATRE

The gorgeous art deco building puts on family favourites and revamps familiar shows.
BEST FOR People who think it was better back in the day (and, y’know, they
might be right).

GEOFF GIBBS THEATRE

The WAAPA venue is one of the first stages our next crop of stars will tread.
BEST FOR Punters looking for a safe bet on an unknown name (WAAPA will
deliver the goods).

OLD MILL THEATRE

Quality locally produced drama and comedy shines in the Old Mill’s
unassuming, historic building.
BEST FOR Patrons who don’t want surprises, but still want a good show.

PICA

The art centre showcases challenging, innovative contemporary performance.
BEST FOR People who don’t mind not understanding what they’ve just seen.


PICA.

 

HIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE

The stunning Edwardian building is worth it just to do a recce ‘round the foyer, but its program of dance and cabaret is a must-see, too.
BEST FOR People so accustomed to class they won’t gape at the theatre’s interior.

SUBIACO ARTS CENTRE

A quiet suburban venue churning out high-quality local theatre.
BEST FOR Fans who baulk at three-digit ticket prices, but still want to see something good.

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