The end-of-night bucket collections at the Palace Theatre have had a four-figure boost thanks to the support of Bijou Theatre Productions.
Walk a mile – or more – with Theatre Director, Maureen McAllister and help to raise funds to support children’s charities and build access to the theatre experience for local youngsters.
Sarah Hemingway and Maureen McAllister from the Palace Theatre collected the ‘Best Theatre in Devon’ award from Lisa Buckland of Muddy Stilettos Devon
A seriously Funny Evening, no subject is Taboo or thought too private. What these women can’t teach you about Motherhood isn’t worth knowing.
Every penny and pound counts – we have just sent off a second donation to Save The Children Ukraine Crisis Appeal bringing your total donations to £1,272.81 THANK YOU
The Jazz Hands team at Palace Theatre develop English Riviera Literature Festival 2023 with packed programme and outstanding line up of authors.
Bids are now being accepted for a major sports and celebrity auction being held in Paignton this weekend.
Don’t miss your chance to bid for Raheem Sterling’s signed boot, or a relay baton signed by Usain Bolt at this fabulous local Charity Auction and Game Show Night, raising funds to support humanitarian causes.
Join us. Throughout March and April all donations made to our end of performance bucket collections, profits from our three charity events will be donated to Save the Children Ukraine Appeal and The Concert Band of the Royal Naval College will make a donation to the British Red Cross.
So much to see and enjoy here at the Palace this year. Katrina (from Katrina and the Waves), Wayne Sleep, Rich Hall and Strictly’s ‘Ballroom Boys’ Ian Waite and Vincent Simone.
Best-selling author Sarah Pearse is just one of the writers to feature in the new English Riviera Literature Festival here at the Palace.
A new literature festival for the English Riviera has been launched by the Palace Theatre. The festival (10-13 March), is the first of its kind 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.