We can’t wait to welcome you back to Theatre Royal Plymouth and have been working very hard to ensure your visit is both Covid-safe and enjoyable.
A number of changes and new safety measures have been put in place across the theatre to ensure we can protect performers, our staff, and our audience members.
You can review these measures here
Theatre Royal Plymouth is located at the West End of Royal Parade in the city centre. The Theatre is approximately a 20 minute walk from the train station and many bus routes stop on Royal Parade.
Our address is:
Theatre Royal Plymouth
Front of House – Until Christmas Eve
Monday – 10.30am – 2.00pm
Friday – 10.30am – 2.00pm
Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Saturday/Sunday – Closed
Treats & Drinks
Our Hospitality team are delighted to offer ice cream, sorbet and a bar service, including tea and coffee, to ticket holders, before and after the show and during the intervals.
Ideally, we would appreciate contactless payment, however our bar will be happy to accept payment by card and cash. Some mobile sales points may be cash only.
Whilst the restaurant and café remain closed, please consider our local independent food establishments, who we know will appreciate your support as much as we do.
Any food or snacks you may bring with you should be consumed in the foyers before taking your seat in the auditorium.
Hand sanitising stations are positioned throughout the public spaces for audience members to use and we ask that you do so frequently.
Pose with the UK’s largest cast bronze sculpture at her permanent residence, outside Theatre Royal Plymouth, where she overlooks Royal Parade.
Our Gallery on the first floor continues to offer opportunities to local based artists.
Current exhibition until 2 April 2022
Richard Allman – Plymouth Exposed – At art school in London 50 years ago, Richard worked on 7ft square abstract colour field paintings, but since then, has looked around for more inspiration.
Richard has completed various series of regeneration paintings around Plymouth. He loves seeing the environment change, buildings being demolished, and then the gradual construction but then often feels less interested in the final result.
YOUR Plymouth Exposed
This is your chance to propose your own personal favourite Plymouth spot to inspire a new painting from Richard Allman that we will add to the exhibition.
We are looking for a place, building, etc in Plymouth that maybe other people don’t notice, but you love or hate.
Pop your proposal to us in person at the theatre or via firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know why you chose it.
Last day for suggestions is 13 January 2022.