One of Sydney's premier commercial theatre venues, the Theatre Royal has been the home of shows from world renowned plays such as The Importance of Being Earnest
, The Woman in Black
and The Hollow Crown
to mega-musicals, such as the Phantom of the Opera
, Les Miserables
, Dirty Dancing
, My Fair Lady
, the phenomenal long-running musical - Jersey Boys
, and more recently Driving Miss Daisy
starring legendary actors Angela Lansbury
and James Earl Jones
. The first Theatre Royal was originally built in 1827.
The current Theatre Royal, designed by Harry Seidler, opened in 1976 and is located in MLC Centre, in the heart of Sydney's CBD.
PERFORMANCES FROM 18 JUNE
WELCOME TO THE SATIRICAL AND SENTIMENTAL WORLD OF LEGENDS! A FUNHOUSE OF GOSSIP, RIVALRY, REMINISCENCE, LONGING, SCANDAL AND … A SEXY MALE STRIPPER NAMED “BOOM BOOM”.
incomparable stars of screen and stage, Hayley Mills and Juliet Mills -
daughters of the legendary actor Sir John Mills - storm the stage in James
Kirkwood’s hilarious and touching comedy Legends!
the sun sets in Manhattan the claws come out as two famous but fading movie
stars try to upstage one another. Leatrice Monsee (Hayley Mills) and Sylvia
Glenn (Juliet Mills) are hustled by a theatre producer played by Maxwell
Caulfield (Grease 2, Dynasty, The Colbys) to kick-start their
once-luminous careers by starring in a Broadway–bound play.
There’s just one
problem: they loathe one another.
The fiery feuds of Hollywood legends Bette Davis and Joan Crawford fade in comparison to those of Leatrice Monsee and Sylvia Glenn.
The fast-paced play
takes audiences on a joyous journey from the glamour of Hollywood to the
excitement and promise of a new lease of life on Broadway.
pairing of Hayley Mills and Juliet Mills promises to be a sensational sister
act full of back-stabbing and banter, wisdom and wit. Their consummate talents
will shine in this riotous new production directed by Christopher Renshaw (The
King and I) and designed by Justin Nardella. Also starring Maxwell
Caulfield and Leah Howard.
by Pulitzer Prize winner James Kirkwood (A Chorus Line) and produced by John
Frost, don’t miss the comedy of the year.
HI-JINKS, HI-SPIRITS, HI-LARIOUS
STUART WAGSTAFF - Memorial Service
It is our pleasure to host the Memorial Service for Stuart Wagstaff who passed away peacefully at the age of 90 on Tuesday 10 March. He was a much loved entertainer with 50 years in the business and with continued success in television, theatre and music. Stuart was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia in 1998, not only for his theatre and television work, but also for his years of service to the community - particularly in raising funds for children’s medical research.
Public Memorial Service: Tuesday 31st March
1pm for 1.30pm start
Theatre Royal, 108 King Street, Sydney
Join us in the celebration of his life and achievements.
Phone: 1 300 723 038
In person: At any Ticketmaster outlet
Group bookings: (02) 8240 2290
Wheelchair bookings/access inquiries: (02) 9221 3903
TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY - Please call (02) 9221 3903 to see if you're eligible
Address: 108 King Street, Sydney.
Administration: Phone 02-9224 8444 (no ticket sales) Fax 02-9223 3994
When there is a performance, the box office remains open until show time.
Weekend opening hours will vary according to performance times.
Collecting Tickets: It is advisable to collect your tickets in advance to avoid the queues: we recommend picking up your tickets before you head to the venue. If you decide to collect your tickets at the venue, be sure to arrive early to avoid potential delays.
Cloakroom: A free cloakroom service is located on the ground floor. This service is available approximately 45 minutes prior to the performance.
Backpacks and Large Bags: For comfort, safety and security reasons, we ask that you cloak all backpacks and large bags this is a condition of entry to the auditorium.
Alcohol is not permitted inside the auditorium.
There is no hearing loop at the Theatre Royal.
The Stalls area (lower level) is accessible by stairs only. There are no lifts to this area. The Dress Circle area (upper level) is accessible by stairs, lift and escalators.
Please note, if you are taller than average or if you have knee problems
, it is advisable you book in the Stalls seating area which has a little more leg room.
Patrons in wheelchairs or with mobility concerns
are asked to mention this to Ticketmaster when making their booking. If you have difficulty taking stairs, we would recommend you book in the Dress Circle which is accessible by lift and escalators. You will only need to negotiate the steps down to your row of seating from the entry of the Dress Circle with the exception of M row in the Dress Circle which is fully accessible with NO STAIRS to get to this row.
If you are seated in the Stalls section, please note the first two rows of seating (AA and BB rows) are removable rows so the very first row (whether it begins at AA or A row) will depend on the production in residence. Rows AA to D are on the flat and are not raked
Seating Map: Click here to View Map
Seating can vary from show to show - this seating map to be used as a GUIDE ONLY.
|There are two function rooms available for hire:
||The Theatre Club (holds up to 20)
||The Royal Lounge (holds up to 40)
To obtain $45 Matinee day discounted parking at the MLC Centre Car Park you must pre-book your parking through Wilson Parking’s easy online booking system - Book a Bay.
Please ensure you;
- Select MLC Car Park
- Enter the date and times you wish to enter and exit the car park
- Enter the case sensitive discount code "Patron"
Wilson Parking website-MLC Centre
Click here to pre-book your discounted parking.
If you have a question about your booking you can contact the Wilson Parking customer service team on 1800 PARKING (1800 727 546) during business hours Monday to Friday or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: discounted parking is only on offer for weekday shows.
Martin Place is the closest station to MLC Centre and Theatre Royal, however, St James, Wynyard and Town Hall are also within easy walking distance www.cityrail.nsw.gov.au
Castlereagh St (right outside MLC Centre) and Elizabeth Street. Also close to George Street. www.sydneytransport.net.au
For information on all public transport call the transport info line 131 500 or visit their website: www.131500.com.au
Coach set down/pick up points
Visit City of Sydney
Go to BUSINESS and select BUS & COACH ZONES.
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