Since opening on Christmas Eve in 1904, His Majesty's Theatre has become one of Western Australia's most-loved heritage icons.
A stunning example of Edwardian era architecture, the theatre is one of only two remaining in the world.
Lift access to all levels.
Level access to the Stalls level. Large marble staircase provides access to Dress Circle and Upper Circle. Within the auditorium: no stairs for row S and T.
Box Office entry off Hay Street has a short steep ramp with no landing at the top leading to a large, heavy swing door.
For those using a ‘T’ switch an audio loop is available in the Stalls from row G to row T in the centre section. In the Dress Circle row B to H.
Wheelchair spaces are available in T row of Stalls and F & G row of Stalls. Please check when booking which seats are available.
Male and Female accessible toilets are located on the Stalls level.
Pick up and set down points are available on Hay Street, close to the main entrance.
Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break during the performance. Please check event page for the latecomer policy.
Mobile devices are to be turned off during the performance.
Photography and recording of any kind is prohibited during the performance.
There is one City of Perth Parking complex within a short distance of His Majesty’s Theatre with accessible parking
City Of Perth Parking His Majesty’s Theatre
Entry from Murray Street
648 bays, 6 ACROD, 29 motorcycle bays
Open 6am – midnight
Open 24 hours Friday and Saturday nights
His Majesty’s Theatre is located near the main Perth city bus route on St Georges Terrace near King Street. Perth Central Railways Station is approximately five minutes from the Theatre.
The free Central Area Transport RED CAT route includes a stop at ‘His Majesty’s’ on Hay Street. The RED CAT operates every five minutes from 6am – 7.20pm Monday to Friday (except Public Holidays), and every 10 minutes on the weekends between 8.30am and 6pm.
Transperth InfoLine: 13 62 13
Transperth Website: transperth.wa.gov.au