Welcome to the Regal Theatre!
For the past 75 years The Regal Theatre has been the centre point of popular entertainment – from Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire in the 1930s to Slim Dusty and Barry Humphries in the 80s and 90s to the Johnny Cash Story and John Cleese in more recent years.
This much loved icon lives up to its name with its majestic facade and art deco charm.
Join us in the heart of Subiaco for a memorable night at the theatre.
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 building is the design masterpiece of architect William Wolfe and contractor Gustav Liebe, who constructed the theatre for Perth businessman and one-time Lord Mayor of Perth, Thomas G Molloy.
Built during the Gold Rush boom of the early 20th Century at a cost of 42,000 pounds, His Majesty's Theatre and its adjoining hotel took around two years to complete.
Borrowing architectural elements from the 19th Century theatres of England and Europe, this magnificent creation was described in the theatre's opening night programme as "among the finest of its kind in the Commonwealth".
One of the theatre's most impressive features at the time was the dome roof, which was designed to improve ventilation in the auditorium. The dome slid open sideways so that on a typically warm summer evening, the audience could benefit from the cooling effects of the open roof.
His Majesty's Theatre was named after the reigning British monarch of 1904, King Edward VII. It is believed to be the only remaining working Edwardian theatre in Australia, and is one of only two remaining His Majesty's Theatre's in the world.
The Perth Concert Hall is situated between St Georges Terrace and Terrace Road, it is located near Government House, the Supreme Court Gardens and the Swan Bells, with a view to the Swan River.
The Perth Concert Hall was constructed between 1971 and 1973 on land that was originally part of the Government Domain. It was built by Sabemo (WA) Pty Ltd to a design by architects Jeffrey Howlett and Don Bailey. The building was opened in January 1973.
Since its construction, the venue has been in continuous use as a centre for musical performance, and for other events such as school and university graduation ceremonies, business conventions and civic functions.
The Subiaco Arts Centre, formerly Subiaco Theatre Centre, and prior to that the Subiaco Town Hall, was constructed in 1957. The design, by Architect Peter Parkinson of FGB Hawkins and Desmond Sands, is post-war international style. It was based on the Corbusier Modular design system, a system of proportioning which combines the Fibonacci number system with the average dimensions of the human body. The Town Hall was constructed within the Rankin Gardens which are bound by Hammersley, Hensman, Bagot and Rokeby Roads. Rankin Gardens and the buildings within form the Subiaco Civic Precinct.
The journey of the State Theatre Centre of Western Australia involves many years of reports, consultations, plans and individual effort in getting a purpose-built contemporary and city based theatre for the people of Western Australia.
Department of Culture and the Arts commissions theatre consultant Graham Walne to undertake consultation about the potential structure and possible locations for a new performing arts venue. Fifty one organisations, groups and individuals are involved in the consultation process, which agrees the venue should house primarily drama and contemporary dance and consist of a main theatre with a capacity of 525-575 seats, and a studio space with a capacity of 200 seats.
As one of Australia’s first drive-in operators and the company responsible for the construction of Perth’s first cinema complex, The Cinecentre, Ace Cinemas has, since the 1950’s, been synonymous with the growth and diversification of Western Australia’s independent cinema industry.
Through entering an affiliation with Grand Cinemas under The Movie Masters banner in the mid-nineties, Ace Cinemas has confirmed its interest and position within the industry and continues a range of innovative new developments throughout Perth.
Now with three state-of-the art venues, both metropolitan and regionally based, with cinemas in Midland, Rockingham and Subiaco, Ace Cinemas offers movie-goers a range of sophisticated modern venues and reinforces itself as a leading independent exhibitor in the Australian cinema industry today.
Carousel La Premiere - For comfort, quality and service visit Carousel La Premiere. Enjoy an unsurpassed movie experience with gallery style seating, giving you unobstructed views from your luxurious custom made sofa seat for two. La Premiere has a dedicated concierge and reservation service and guests can relax in the exclusive licensed lounge and enjoy a selection of light meals and carefully selected beverages.
Carousel IMAX - Hoyts moviegoers can experience movies in the most powerful and unique way, with The IMAX Experience®!
IMAX® deliver the most immersive cinematic experience in the world. The combination of IMAX®’s powerful digital projection system, specially designed screen, digital surround sound system and unique theatre geometry creates the sensation of being IN the movie.
Bean Bag cinema is a revolutionary experience - it's the new Hoyts chill out zone and the only cinema where you can enjoy the latest quality blockbusters from the comfort of your very own deluxe beanbag. A world-first in cinema design, this is entertainment at its coolest! Bean Bag cinema is about comfort, fun and kicking back in your own individual style.
Distinctly unique, with a fresh and funky vibe, Bean Bag cinema is the the perfect function alternative for those after something a little bit different!
Hoyts is proud to bring you Mums and Bubs sessions twice a month, on a Thursday (check your local cinema online for the session times), and it's not just mums who're invited. Any adult carer - mum, dad, granny, nanny, auntie is welcome. It's $9.00 for adults and kids under 5 are absolutely free.
There's a place to change a nappy and the lights stay dimmed for feeding. So come and enjoy a well earned break.
Hoyts Corporation has become one of the world's leading entertainment companies. Hoyts Australia and New Zealand owns and operates 55 cinemas with over 448 screens and more than 75,000 seats. Hoyts Cinemas are located in all mainland states of Australia, including: A.C.T, New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria, Western Australia and also located on both the North and South Islands of New Zealand. The recent acquisition of both the A.M.C circuit in Queensland and the Berkeley Cinema Group in New Zealand further cements Hoyts Corporation as the largest single-brand movie exhibitor in Australia and New Zealand.
Ford Fiesta Moonlight Cinema is an open air cinema screening new release, classic and cult films at Synergy Parklands in Kings Park.
Ford's Moonlight Cinema in Perth's Parklands is famous for its BBQs and open space. It's the ideal spot for some picnic fun before the film.
Event Cinemas Innaloo has four Gold Class, one Vmax cinema and eleven regular cinemas with 35mm, 3D and Digital projectors. Featuring Dolby Digital surround sound, Event Cinemas Innaloo is the perfect spot to catch the latest movies.
Find out more about an exclusive movie event with your own private cinema!
Event Cinemas is a stand alone venue, offering FREE, ground level parking.
Sink into a deckchair in front of the big screen, under the stars, near the bar and make it a great summer of cinema! Perth's intimate and cosy outdoor cinema - CAMELOT OUTDOOR CINEMA is in the picturesque and intimate setting of the limestone walled gardens of the historic Art Deco Memorial Hall in Lochee St in the heart of Mosman Park.
Luna Leederville, located at the top of the Oxford Street cafe strip situated right in the heart of Leederville's great cafes and restaurants. Luna is Perth's funkiest cinema and home to the legendary Monday Double Features. In summer Luna extends outside with the licensed Luna Outdoor courtyard cinema. The Luna Lounge a great spot to grab a bevvie before or after the movies.
Easy to get to, situated at the beginning of Stirling Highway in Nedlands, the Windsor Cinema has ample free car parking located behind the cinema. Perth's traditional home of quality cinema offers carefully selected international films in air-conditioned comfort.
Windsor MapWindsor Cinema is a wonderful old fashioned art deco picture palace. It has a rich history of screening quality films. In fact it was at the Windsor that the first subtitled film was screened in Perth.
Now with 4 screens, Luna on SX gives you more choice of great artfilms and upmarket commercial release films in the heart of Fremantle's cafes, restuarants and bars.
SX MapLuna On SX is located midway along Essex St, which runs off Fremantle's famous café strip on South Terrace, opposite the bustling Fremantle Markets.
This vibrant cultural precinct is a mere five minute walk down Market Street from the Fremantle Train Station, which is where any Fremantle bus will also drop you. (Stop 8 & 9). Ample parking can be found in several car parks around the corner from the Essex Street Cinemas on Marine Terrace.
Enjoy a family night out under the stars at the Galaxy Drive In Theatre. You will be treated to the latest release films and can feast on the hot food available at the Snack Bar.
Grand Cinemas Warwick offers great family entertainment for all ages, with one of the largest Digital Megastadium screens in WA (21m wide!!), your movie experience is sure to be memorable. Grand Cinemas Warwick is located at the Warwick Entertainment Centre, which forms part of Centro Warwick Shopping Centre.
Grand Cinemas Armadale offers great family entertainment for all ages. Competitive prices and discounts combined with enthusiastic and committed staff will make your visit enjoyable.
We welcome you to enjoy Grand Cinemas Joondalup situated in the heart of Joondalup. We offer exceptional customer service coupled with high quality facilities, ensuring a relaxing cinema experience.
The Cygnet Cinema was originally named The Como Theatre. The building was designed by architect William Leighton for cinema pioneer James Stiles and was officially opened in March 1938. This fine example of Art Deco style architecture is now included on the State’s Heritage Register.
Fremantle Arts Centre (FAC) is a multi-arts organisation that’s been going strong for 36 years. Located on Finnerty Street, the historic site was originally the first purpose-built ‘lunatic’ asylum in WA. It has since been a women’s home, a naval base during WW1 and WW2 and a technical college before opening as Fremantle Arts Centre in 1972.
Fremantle Arts Centre operates a number of programming streams, with over 30 staff members operating the Exhibitions, Learning, Events & Music, Communications, Finance, Reception and Grounds departments, not to mention the best little shop in town, Found.
The Exhibitions team manage a cutting-edge selection of contemporary arts from practitioners locally, nationally and internationally, with a growing Residencies program running alongside. FAC also manages the Moores Building on Henry Street in the west end.
The 2012 Perth Festival program will be launched early November. The quintessential Perth summer experience: the Lotterywest Festival Films will open Mon 28 November.