Open Doors: Queen's Theatre

Queen's Theatre (Heritage South Australia)

The Queen’s Theatre, later known as the Royal Victoria Theatre, is a building of national heritage significance being the oldest purpose-built theatre remaining on mainland Australia. The survival of approximately half of the original 1840 above-ground structure is remarkable, which is complemented by significant below-ground remains also surviving. The Queen’s Theatre has had a colourful history and provides a fascinating insight into the historical development of Adelaide in both the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Join Hamish Angas on a tour of this special heritage place.

Bookings essential

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Event Details

Finished

Venue information

  • Bookings required

  • Wheelchair access

Event type

Guided tour

Dates and times

Sun 28 Apr, 2pm (BOOKED OUT) & 3.30pm (BOOKED OUT) (60 mins)

Location

Queen’s Theatre, Gilles Arcade/Playhouse Ln, Adelaide

Cost

Free

Booking

Bookings essential

Contact

Britt Burton
8203 9888
bburton [at] history.sa.gov.au

Event capacity

40

Accessibility information

All on one level, no stairs.

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