A Regally Good Night Out: What's Coming Up At The Regal Theatre
With it’s fabulous art deco charm and stellar reputation as one of Perth’s finest entertainment destinations, The Regal Theatre has delighted generations of Perth residents with a wide range of fantastic performances.
Still going strong after all these years, catching a show is a great option for a night out on the town, especially when you consider all of the great pre-show dinner options in the area nowadays.
Here’s our guide to some of the best upcoming shows. Click here to find out more about them and book tickets online.
Lawrence Mooney - An Evening With Malcolm (24th November 2018)
One of Australia’s best comedic talents, Lawrence Mooney’s turn as our recently departed Prime Minister will have only gotten more interesting and topical since Malcolm Turnbull was knifed by his liberal party colleagues. Whether you’re a hardcore politics junkee or just enjoy some great comedy, this witty performance is bound to have you chuckling the night away.
Men In Pink Tights (27th November 2018)
If you’re a fan of the Fringe Festival and it’s left-of-centre appeal, then this this thrilling performance of male dancers in drag will be right up your alley. Packed with brilliant choreography, hilarious humour and lavish costumes, it’s the ultimate send up of both contemporary and classical ballet by some of New York’s finest dancers.
The Empire Strips Back (11th & 12th January 2019)
Speaking of shows that will appeal to Perth’s ever-growing Fringe Festival audience, critically acclaimed burlesque show, The Empire Strips Back is set to give us a raunchy new look at that galaxy far, far away. These definitely are the droids you’re looking for (if what you’re looking for is a night of raucous pop culture fun).
Legally Blonde -The Musical (22nd - 24th March 2019)
The winner of three Olivier Awards including Best New Musical, Legally Blonde will be bending and snapping its way onto the stage next year. Full of amazing performances and fun-loving, pop-inspired music, this is a must-see for fans of the original movie and music theatre buffs alike.