14 Acland Street
St Kilda VIC 3182
[PO Box 1205 St Kilda South 3182]
Bookings: (03) 9534 3388
Office: (03) 9534 4879
Theatre Works is easily reached by public transport. Tram and bus services provide regular stops and pick-ups within the Fitzroy and Acland Street shopping precincts, both just a short walk from Theatre Works.
Tram: 12 & 16
Light Rail: 96
Buses: 600 Southland Shopping Centre to St Kilda Station / 623 Glen Waverley to St Kilda Station / 246 Elsternwick to Clifton Hill
Parking is at a premium in St Kilda. We recommend arriving early and leaving yourself plenty of time for parking. Alternatively, you could use the paying car park at the Prince of Wales Hotel which is located on the corner of Acland and Fitzroy Streets.
THEATRE WORKS BAR & BOX OFFICE HOURS
The Theatre Works Box Office, Bar and Cafe is open 45 minutes prior to the scheduled show start time. Come in, collect your tickets, have a drink and chat with our friendly box office crew.
Explore St Kilda
Claypots Seafood Bar
We also love Claypots and Gilgamesh Connections. They are long-time supporters of Theatre Works, providing our delicious oysters, seafood paella and borek; integral to the charm of Theatre Works’ Opening Nights. With live music in the side bar and a Mediterranean courtyard, their Barkly Street restaurant is the perfect dinner setting. Seafood Express is their takeaway venue on Fitzroy Street. Present your Theatre Works ticket at either venue for a complimentary glass of Gilgamesh wine. Claypots Seafood Bar 213 Barkly St. Seafood Express by Claypots 83 Fitzroy St.
A celebrated Acland Street fixture, Cicciolina is the place to go for simple, authentic Italian cuisine. 130 Acland St.
The Nelson is Theatre Works local haunt. Taking its name from the infamous Lord Nelson of the high seas, the venue is steered by the lovely Sasha who can serve you up a delicious rum cocktail with a twist. Also on the menu are Australian wines, beers on tap and share plates. A five-minute stroll from Theatre Works. Present your Theatre Works ticket for a $5.00 glass of house wine. 2/56 Acland St.
The Dog’s Bar
Since opening its doors in 1989 as one of Melbourne’s first real wine bars, Dog’s Bar has been a St Kilda institution. Providing quality food, wines and beers at affordable prices. 54 Acland St.
Prince of Wales Hotel
The Prince of Wales Hotel is St Kilda’s classic pub with pool tables, diner style booths, affordable meals and an exciting menu of live music offerings. Enjoy a pint out in the sunshine and soak up the easy-going vibe pre or post show. 29 Fitzroy St.
Another St Kilda institution, with charm to boot. Great coffee, brunch or hearty lunch spot where the staff make you feel right at home. 9 Carlisle St.
At the Fitzroy St end of Acland St, Il Fornaio serves delicious coffee, breakfasts and tempting baked goods for those with a sweet-tooth. 2C Acland St.