Last week, we shared some exciting upcoming shows at the Forum and Princess Theatres, and this week, we’re sharing even more! Read on to see what’s coming up at the Regent and Her Majesty’s Theatres. Don’t forget to pre-book your parking at Le Garage.

 

Regent Theatre

My Fair Lady

Julie Andrews directs this spectacular re-imagination of the classic story of Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins.

Andrews herself starred as Doolittle in the stage show from 1956 to-59, and now, she aims to introduce the charming story to a new generation of audiences.

Andrews is joined by choreographer Christopher Gattelli, set designer Oliver Smith, and costume designer Cecil Beaton.

The show debuted last Friday and runs until 27th July, before making its way to Sydney from 24th August.

 

Her Majesty’s Theatre

Aladdin

You ain’t never had a friend like me!

Aladdin, Jasmine, the Genie, that magic carpet, and the evil Jafar transform from animation to real life in this spectacular production.

The cast is young, fresh, and full of life, and with a genie that rivals the original beloved character, this show will have real sentimental value for Robin Williams fans.

The musical, based on the beloved 1992 Disney animated film made its debut in Seattle on 2011, and since then, has made its way through the US, Europe, Asia, before finally reaching Sydney in August, 2016.

Aladdin made its Melbourne debut at Her Majesty’s Theatre in April and will run until late November. You can see dates and prices on Ticketek’s website.

Aladdin in Melbourne

Fancy dinner and a show? Book your CBD parking at Le Garage and make a night of it

We thought you’d never ask!

Dinner and a show is one of the best things to do in Melbourne at any time of the year, but there’s something special about the theatre in winter. Imagine a cosy dinner followed by a quick escape from the winter chill into one of the above historic venues that almost transport you back in time.

There are so many fabulous restaurants located near the four spectacular theatres listed above, and many have a “theatre” menu that ensures speedy service and meal delivery to make sure you don’t miss a second of your show!

Some of our favourite local CBD restaurants include:

Dutchess

This Manhattan lounge bar is located on the second floor above the Duke of Wellington on the corner of Flinders and Russell Streets. It’s directly across from the Forum and mere steps from Le Garage.

Chin Chin

One of Melbourne’s most famous restaurants, Chin Chin focuses on southeast Asian cuisine.

Philippe

In the mood for some French cuisine? Head to Philippe on Collins Street before you hit the theatre.

Il Solito Posto

Warm up on a chilly winter night with a delicious and hearty Italian meal at this cosy Collins Street restaurant.

Garden State

This restaurant slash pub slash bar is a real crowd pleaser to people of all ages, and is perfect for a pre-theatre dinner.

Enjoy your special night out, and don’t forget to pre-book CBD parking at Le Garage. Book online now!