A new literature festival for the English Riviera has been developed by the team at the Palace Theatre. The festival, the first of its kind, will take place from 10 to 13 March 2022 and will include a host of well-known authors with a strong connection to the local area.
Our shows and events are no longer socially distanced. We are however making every effort to safely manage your visit to the theatre, in line with the latest Government guidance.
This year’s wonderful Christmas tree at the theatre this year is thanks to Councillor Steve Darling, Chair of Paignton Chamber Sally Cope and Paignton resident Jane Peachy.
It was a great pleasure to work with photographer Simon Day who came to the theatre on a busy evening to capture the staff at work, welcoming the night’s audience.
Learn to Dance with Strictly Come Dancing Champion Flavia Cacace-Mistry. Coming to Stage Left in 2022!
We’re raising funds to increase our community activities in Stage Left through the Co-op Local Community Fund. Choose Jazz Hands CIC as your Co-op Local Cause and help to make a difference.
Come along and enjoy an entertaining afternoon in Stage Left as bingo returns in January 2022! Our friendly, monthly sessions will be great fun and a chance to see old friends again and make new ones.
Get browsing and plan your winter of entertainment; we’ve a programme packed with some amazing shows here at the Palace. It’s a particularly warm welcome back Paignton Pantomime Productions.
Our new Stage Left party nights with live performances of hits from across the decades to sing and dance along with. Singer, Barry Palmer, has a wide history in rock and pop, most notably with the German prog-rock band Triumvirat and in the 80s as lead vocals with...
A celebratory event on Wednesday 15 September highlighting Paignton’s rich heritage and culture. The Palace Theatre showcase promises to be an entertaining morning, packed with fascinating stories of the past.
It’s been a long wait but at last we have had covid restrictions removed and are celebrating a very successful FULL HOUSE with the wonderful Jive Talkin’in an amazing night of Bee Gees hits.
It’s only a few weeks since re-opening and we have just topped the £1,000 mark in our end-of-night bucket collections. Thank you!
The ZOOTS are our first post-lockdown live music gig we are delighted that we will be their first ‘Sounds of the Sixties’ show in over 12 months. Like all live music and theatre performers they have missed being on the stage.
The good news is that we’re back! We have a packed calendar of plays, live music, dance, comedy and day-time talks coming your way and tickets for all events are on sale now.
… there is no question that the support we have received from Arts Council England has been an absolute lifesaver.