Classic Dinner Theatre

Every Tuesday from June 4 to August 6

A project of our Youth Theatre Training Program

Enjoy a deluxe three-course meal along with G.B. Shaw’s hilarious satire on the Roman Empire as seen through the eyes of a Christian slave and a very different “king of the forest.”

Adapted by Laurel Smith
Director Joanna McAuley Treffers

Added lunchtime performances!

From 11am to 1pm
Doors open at 10:45am
Performance starts at 11am
Lunch served at 12 noon

From 5 to 7pm
Doors open at 4:45pm
Dinner served at 5:15pm
Performance starts at 6pm

Buy Tickets

For directions, click HERE.

For dinner theatre menu, click here: Classic Dinner Theatre Menu

For dinner theatre FAQs, click here: Dinner Theatre FAQs

Please note: Due to limited seating, we accept Advance Sales only online or by calling 1-877-283-1283. Thank you!

The Classic Dinner Theatre is a partnership between the award-winning Classic Theatre Festival, which produces hits from the golden age of Broadway and the London Stage, and Michael’s Table, a downtown Perth 5-star favourite featuring home cooking at its best.

While dinner theatres sprung up after World War II and reached their heyday in the 1960s and 70s, they are enjoying a resurgence as companies like the Classic Theatre Festival and Michael’s Table come together around shared values of artistic and culinary excellence, dedicated to providing you with something to tickle your funny bone, please your palette, and create a memory you’ll enjoy long after the final curtain.


$54.25 per person (inclusive of box office fees, gratuities, taxes) includes a full 3-course meal and the performance.

Enjoy a full day experience of classic theatre and save 25% off the mainstage Tuesday matinee when you book along with the Classic Dinner Theatre for the same day!

Call 1-877-283-1283, or book online at

Our Mainstage Venue at 54 Beckwith Street East, Perth:
For directions, click HERE.
For The Voice of the Turtle, click here.
For Pygmalion, click here.
For Deathtrap, click here.

Our Walking Plays Venue at Matheson House Museum, 11 Gore Street East, Perth:
For directions, click HERE.
For Perth through the Ages, click here.

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