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Visiting Her Majesty's Theatre

Here’s everything you need to know about coming to Her Majesty's Theatre, to make your visit as easy and enjoyable as possible.

The facade of Her Majesty's Theatre amidst a backdrop of the sunsetting with vivid hues of blues and purples.

Her Majesty's Theatre is located at 58 Grote Street, Adelaide, which is on the north side of the street. You can’t miss the beautiful, street-facing entrance, and although there is no designated drop off area, cars can pause to drop off passengers nearby on Grote Street. 

Get directions to Her Majesty's Theatre

There are many parking options around the Grote Street precinct, including on Pitt St, at Adelaide Central Market, and Wilson Parking on Franklin Street.  

The foyer bars, available on every level at Her Majesty's Theatre, open 45 minutes before each performance for a variety of drinks including beer and wine, and potato chips are available as a snack at each bar.    

If you are after a more substantial pre-show lunch or dinner, the Gouger and Grote Street strip is one of Adelaide’s most popular precincts and has a variety of places to drink and dine, all within easy walking distance. 

Please note: a 12% surcharge applies on Public Holidays on all food & drinks. Adelaide Festival Centre is a cashless venue.

Public transport is a great way to visit Her Majesty’s Theatre with no need to worry about parking. Many busses, including the free bus that loops through the city and North Adelaide, stop nearby as does the tram which stops in Victoria Square just 250m away.  

For more information visit Adelaide Metro.

Free City Connector bus

The free City Connector bus is a hop-on and hop-off service linking popular city attractions, shopping, dining and key destinations in the city and North Adelaide. Bus route 98A and 98C connect North Adelaide with the city, and 99A and 99C connect the inner-city areas not serviced by the tram. Services operate every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends.  

Find timetables, route details and real-time information on the Adelaide Metro website.

There is not a taxi rank directly adjacent to Her Majesty’s Theatre, but the nearest one is just 250m east, outside the Hilton Hotel on Victoria Square.  

  • Change facil­i­ties are locat­ed on every lev­el of Her Majesty’s Theatre. 
  • Chil­dren must be accom­pa­nied by an adult at all times. 
  • Chil­dren under 12 months do not require a tick­et when seat­ed on a par­ent or guardian’s lap. 

Access Services

We want to make your visit as enjoyable as possible and offer many ways to assist if support is required.

Removable seats are available in the Stalls row G as well as on the Dress Circle and Grand Circle for patrons who wish to remain seated in their wheelchair or transfer to a theatre seat.  

Lifts are located in the foyer near the information desk with access to all levels.  

At Her Majesty's Theatre, hearing loop facilities are available in foyer areas.

Audience members who require hearing assistance are now able to enjoy the show via the Beyerdynamic Hearing System.

Accessible toilets are available at Her Majesty's Theatre.

Adelaide Festival Centre's standard straws are a hard paper. Plastic straws are available for patrons who require them, please request one from your food and beverage attendant.

Every theatre and event/function area of Her Majesty's Theatre is assistance animal friendly.

Please contact 131 246 or advise the operator when you are booking tickets if you require a loan wheelchair during your visit.  

Wheelchairs can be collected at your venue concierge desk pre-show and must be returned within 20 minutes of the show finishing. Patrons will be required to leave a driver's license, credit card, or government issued photo ID as a deposit until the wheelchair is returned. Wheelchairs must not be taken off site. Please coordinate patron pick-up and drop-off locations accordingly.  

Unfortunately we cannot provide staff to assist with patron wheelchair use unless there is an emergency. Adelaide Festival Centre participates in the Companion Card program for patrons who require support during their visit.

Things to do

Located on the rooftop level of Her Majesty’s Theatre, completing the magnificent redevelopment of this iconic theatre. Open during show times.

The Ian Pamela Wall Gallery, with a polished concrete floor, small tall bar tables, seating alongside the window and an exhibition on display on the back wall of the room

Attending an event FAQs

To avoid queues and congestion, please arrive no more than 15 minutes before the performance. Once inside, please take your seats in the auditorium.   

At Festival Theatre, Dunstan Playhouse and Space Theatre - foyer bars are open 90 minutes before the performance.

At Her Majesty's Theatre - foyer bars are open 45 minutes before performances.

Drinks and light refreshments are available.

To help reduce con­ges­tion, please con­sid­er send­ing one per­son to the bar for drinks.

Please note: a 12% surcharge applies on Sundays and Public Holidays on all food & drinks. Adelaide Festival Centre is a cashless venue.

Only bags smaller than A3 will be permitted into the venue. Backpacks are not permitted.

Please note: Adelaide Festival Centre is a cashless venue.

Cloakrooms are available at the Festival Theatre, Dunstan Playhouse and Space Theatre. It’s not available at Her Majesty’s Theatre. Bags larger than A3 or backpacks as they will not be admitted into the theatre

Hand sanitiser stations are throughout back and front of house areas. Patrons are encouraged to wash their hands and sanitise frequently.

There is an onus on personal responsibility for the health and wellbeing of everyone:

  • Do not come to the theatre if you have cold or flu symptoms. Contact 131 246 to discuss your tickets.
  • Wash your hands often and cover coughs and sneezes in your arm.
  • Wear a mask and keep 1.5m from others wherever possible in foyers and queues.
  • Keep up to date on your COVID-19 vaccinations.
  • If you are vulnerable, talk to your doctor about what is appropriate for you.

Adelaide Festival Centre has a comprehensive Covid-19 Risk Assessment and Management Plan for prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery.

Adelaide Festival Centre management will continue to take advice from SA Health and adapt to the developing situation. 

If you are seeking information on COVID-19 visit or call the Australian Government Department of Health Coronavirus Information Line on 1800 020 080.

Adelaide Festival Centre abides by the following rules:

  • For children’s shows: age 12 months and under - no ticket required.
  • For all other shows: age 2 years and under - no ticket required (where attendance is permitted for children based on age restrictions).

All ticketholders impacted by venue closures will receive a refund in full once the event is cancelled.

What's on at Her Majesty's Theatre

We look forward to seeing you and hope you enjoy the show!

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