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Perth Migration agent check out the theatre world in Perth

Worried that Perth will not have what you are use to seeing , then don’t worry Perth has a lot of theatre’s and here are just a few to visit.

Entertainment

His Majesty’s Theatre Perth

His Majesty’s Theatre was built completed in 1904. This was at a time Perth was growing rapidly.

The Theatre is a 1,240 seat theatre, seating is arranged in a horseshoe shape bringing the audience closer to the stage and improving both sightlines and sound.

Since opening in 1904, His Majesty’s Theatre has become one of Western Australia’s most-loved heritage icons.

The theatre more than survives and is popular today with local as well as interstate tours and international tourist.

The Western Australian Ballet and Western Australian opera companies perform at this theatre.

Location 825 Hay St, Perth WA 6000

https://www.ptt.wa.gov.au/venues/his-majestys-theatre/whats-on/

The Astor Theatre Perth

The Astor Theatre comprises a single, two and three-storey masonry Inter-war Art Deco style theatre and retail building.

Mount Lawley is a trendy inner Perth Suburb with character and culture with grate cafes and restaurants. Its only minutes from Perth CBD and hotels

 

Located at 659 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley, Western Australia 6050

http://www.astortheatreperth.com/event/

The State Theatre of Western Australia

This theatre is in the theatre complex within the Perth Cultural Centre.

Some of the current evets include, the minimalists, 360 “Vintage Tours) Rodrigo Y Gabriela and the Black Rebel motor cycle club.

This is a government owned theatre

Location 174 -176 William St, Perth WA, 6000

https://www.ptt.wa.gov.au/venues/state-theatre-centre-of-wa/whats-on/

The Regal Theatre

The Regal Theatre located in the suburb of Subiaco in Perth, Western Australia.

 

Location 474 Hay St, Subiaco WA 6008

 

In the past 10 decades The Regal Theatre has been an important point of popular entertainment, stars such as Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire appeared at the theatre in the 1930s since.  Dusty and Barry Humphries appeared in the theatre in the 80s and 90s as well as the Johnny Cash Story and John Cleese in more recent years.

 

This theatre opened in 1936 and is still a busy theatre with shows from all over the world.

 

https://regaltheatre.com.au/events.php