Playhouse Theatre

Playhouse Theatre
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The Playhouse Theatre is a popular venue for the Melbourne Theatre Company’s productions; hosting a number of dramas, musical comedies and opera performances.

Undoubtedly, the city of Melbourne offers a buzzing cultural scene that includes an array of classic and modern cutting-edge theatre companies and groups. The more you discover, the better you will understand the culture of Melbourne.

The Playhouse Theatre Melbourne, Tickets & Seating Plan

Unlike other multi-purpose theatres, the Playhouse Theatre is a specifically designed venue for classic drama and theatre performances. This theatre is huge, with a 844 seating capacity and a beautiful stage with extra space for a full orchestra. The theatre has showcased an array of amazing musicals, dramas and classic theatricals within its walls.

The Playhouse Theatre’s unique interior also fascinates visitors. The entire theatre setting is adorned with ancient aboriginal artworks and showcases a modern grandeur with a touch of classic originality.

To reach the theatre, guests should just head to the Arts Centre complex, as the Playhouse Theatre is located in the same building.

Seating plans will vary based on the type and size of each event, but here is an example of a past event held at the Playhouse Theatre in Melbourne.

Playhouse Theatre Information

 Address:
100 St Kilda Rd,
Melbourne, VIC
 Operating Hours:
Operating hours vary according to the event.
  Enquiries
Phone: (03) 9281 8000
Email: [email protected]
 Ticket Prices/Admission:
Prices vary according to the season and event.

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2 CommentsLeave a comment

  • I am thinking if booking seats in the Dress Circle of the Playhouse (row CCC). Question is, what is the vision like from there? Any help appreciated.

    • Hi Maureen,

      The Playhouse is a small theatre, so you will get a fairly close view from wherever you choose.

      I have attached a copy of the seating plan here which will open as a PDF for you. If you mean row “CC” you will be right at the front, off to either side. I prefer a front on view personally, so I would go for rows A-D in the dress circle middle or the stalls.

      Hope this helps!
      Best regards,
      Jess