The Palais Theatre is one of Melbourne's most loved live performance venues presenting local and international acts.
The building, which retains all its original features is considered one of the finest examples of Art deco architecture in Australia and is on the Victorian Heritage Register.
The Palais Theatre is an iconic live performance venue with a 2,896 people capacity, making it Australia's largest, fully seated theatre.
It conducts over 100 events per year, ranging from live music, theatre, comedy, opera, ballet, film and other community events.
For over 90 years, the Palais Theatre has regularly hosted top musicians and performers, including the likes of Johnnie Ray, Bob Hope, The Rolling Stones, Tom Jones, Al Green, Kenny Rogers, The Monkeys and UB 40, to name a few.
Palais Theatre's Bars are open from doors until the end of interval with a selection of food and beverages including sandwiches, soft drinks, snacks and ice-creams, a brand new coffee counter for your favourite hot drinks and our new central bar which is fully fitted out with beers on tap, wine, spirits and soft drinks.
Palais Theatre is on the corner of Lower Esplanade and Cavell Street, St Kilda (Next to Luna Park)
Palais Theatre | Tram Stop 138
Tram 16 - Melbourne University to Kew via St Kilda Beach
Tram 3a - Melbourne University to East Malvern (via St kilda) WEEKENDS ONLY
Tram 96 - East Brunswick to St Kilda Beach
Balaclava Station - Cnr Carlisle Street & William Place, Balaclava
Take Tram 16 to Acland Street
Route 246 - La Trobe Uni - St Kilda - Elsternwick
Route 600/922/923 - St Kilda Light-Rail Station to Southland Shopping Centre
Route 606 - Port Melbourne to St Kilda
Route 623 - Glen Waverley to St Kilda
For train, tram and bus information call Metlink on 131 638
A designated taxi rank is located on Acland Street near the Carlisle Street intersection, outside The Vineyard (restaurant/bar).
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❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ Lower Esplanade St Kilda | Map
✆ 03 9525 3240 | Box Office 136 100
❊ Web Links ❊
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