The Grand Old Lady of Grote Street will undergo significant redevelopment and expansion from 2016 to 2019
Her Majesty's Theatre was built in 1913 and originally called the Tivoli. Regarded as the finest theatre in Australia when it opened, Her Majesty's Theatre is is the last theatre remaining from the famous national Tivoli vaudeville circuit.
The 'new' Tivoli Theatre opened 6 September 1913, and in its 100 years of operation has hosted many a guest, including the likes of Lauren Bacall, WC Fields, Whoopi Goldberg, Spike Milligan, Rowan Atkinson, Dame Judi Dench, Ronnie Corbett and Angela Lansbury.
A substantial redevelopment and expansion project at Her Majesty's Theatre was announced in June 2016. Planning began immediately and the project is expected to finish by late 2019. Redevelopment will grow the theatre's capacity from 970 to around 1,500, making it an attractive venue for a range of shows but particularly long running musicals.
Her Majesty's Theatre Renewal Project
Her Majesty's Theatre is located at 58 Grote Street, Adelaide.
The Theatre's box office and bar open 45 minutes prior to performances.
Venue Seating Plans