Southend Palace Theatre

Southend Palace Theatre

One half of Southend Theatres, the Palace is one of the leading venues for arts in the region. It opened in 1912 as the Palace of Varieties, seating up to 1500.


Friday 26 July 2019

Tuesday 10 September 2019

Sunday 22 September 2019

Monday 23 September 2019

Thursday 26 September 2019

Friday 4 October 2019

Thursday 10 October 2019

Friday 11 October 2019

Tuesday 22 October 2019

Wednesday 23 October 2019

Sunday 27 October 2019

Sunday 17 November 2019

Wednesday 20 November 2019

Friday 22 November 2019

Saturday 23 November 2019

Sunday 8 December 2019

Saturday 7 March 2020

Saturday 14 March 2020



Buying via TickX

We've checked 100+ websites

To find you the best deals and all the ticket options.

Every price is genuine

No surprises

It's free

We've checked 100+ websites

To find you the best deals and all the ticket options.

Every price is genuine

TickX is trusted by over a million people and our team of experts vet all providers.

No surprises

The prices shown include the ticket face value and any fees that the seller charges.

It's free

TickX doesn't add any fees and is completely free to use.


About

One half of Southend Theatres, the Palace is one of the leading venues for arts in the region. It opened in 1912 as the Palace of Varieties, seating up to 1500. After changing its name twice, the Palace was renovated and reinvented as a hotspot for intimate gigs and smaller big-name productions with a reduced capacity size. Since reopening in 2003 in a merge with Cliffs Pavilion to form Southend Theatres, the Palace has made its name as a popular touring venue for solo artists. Southend and the Palace are now regular tour stops for the likes of comedians, Russell Brand and Jimmy Carr. Although downsizing over the years, it retains its stunning Edwardian allure, from ornate advertising frames to its majestic grand staircase. The architectural features also make it apt for receiving smaller-scale productions, giving it appeal as a close and charming venue. The Palace shows a mix of productions ranging from comedy to drama and music. It also caters to children during the school holidays, keeping them entertained with various workshops, masterclasses and shows.


Placeholder

Buying via TickX

We've checked 100+ websites

To find you the best deals and all the ticket options.

Every price is genuine

No surprises

It's free

We've checked 100+ websites

To find you the best deals and all the ticket options.

Every price is genuine

TickX is trusted by over a million people and our team of experts vet all providers.

No surprises

The prices shown include the ticket face value and any fees that the seller charges.

It's free

TickX doesn't add any fees and is completely free to use.