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Inside the Theatre Royal, Hobart.

the oldest working theatre in Australia.

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The Theatre Royal in Hobart is the oldest working theatre in Australia. Guided tours take place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11:00 am where you can get behind the scenes, hear stories about the theatre’s history and the performers who have trodden the boards. More importantly you can get up close with the majesty and beauty of this enchanting piece of Australia’s history. Here is a glimpse of what you might see.

Theatre Royal - view from the dress circle

View from the dress circle to the stalls seating and stage. Photographer: John Tozer

Theatre Royal Dome

The dome at the Theatre Royal. Photographer: John Tozer

View from the stage of the Theatre Royal

View from the stage of the Theatre Royal. Photographer: Dr Ruth Frost

Red Curtain at the Theatre Royal

The Red Curtain at the Theatre Royal. Photographer: Dr Ruth Frost.

The dress circle at the Theatre Royal

The dress circle at the Theatre Royal. Photographer: Dr Ruth Frost

Theatre Royal facade

Theatre Royal facade

Lining up to get in to the Theatre Royal

Lining up to get in to the Theatre Royal. Photographer: Fluid Photography

Article published: 5 March 2015