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 this special History Festival Open Doors tour led by Hamish Angas from Heritage South Australia.
Bookings essential. To book, click here.
(BOOKED OUT) Sunday 28 April, 2pm or 3.30pm (tour is approx 60 minutes)
Queen’s Theatre, Gilles Arcade/Playhouse Lane, Adelaide, SA