Our cosy and cool bar is one of the cheapest in towns, touting local beers, wines, and spirits. It’s a great place to gather with mates before the show and meet artists afterwards. You can even grab a $10 toasted sandwich and house beer/wine deal!

Take a peek at our menu.

Currently, our license only allows ticketed patrons to use our bar. Once you’ve got your slapband from the Box Office, you can head upstairs and find a hidden corner or enjoy the breeze on the balcony.
We are also licensed inside our theatres, so you can take your drinks in with you.

Our menu
We’ve got a limited menu of snacks including our Perth famous toasted sandwiches (ham and cheese, vegetarian, and vegan options available).

Our neighbours
Based in the heart of Northbridge, we’re spoiled for choice when it comes to dining. Here are some of our favourites:

Bivouac
A staple of the Northbridge scene, The Biv offers fine Eastern-inspired food and drinks – just around the corner from The Blue Room.

The Rechabite
Recently re-opened as a hot live performance venue, it also comes equipped with a huge restaurant downstairs: Double Rainbow.

Old Shanghai
A range of options from Singaporean noodles to American-style burgers, it won’t break the bank either.

Francoforte
Spaghetti, spaghetti, spaghetti! Generous servings of tons of exciting pasta dishes and a small menu of wines.

Sauma
A huge menu of mouth-watering Indian cuisine, 30 seconds away on the corner of William and James.

Chicho
Their gelato is the perfect after-show treat while you wander through Yagan Square or the Cultural Centre.

Pretzel
Sometimes all you want is bread, butter, and salt.

Dinner: before or after the show?
With our lockout rules, we often get asked: when is it best to grab dinner?

If you’re coming to a 7:00pm show, we recommend that you head out for dinner after the show. Our shows typically run 50-70 mins with no interval, which leaves plenty of time to grab a bite post-show.

If you’re coming to an 8:30pm show, we recommend making a dinner reservation for 7:00pm to give yourself plenty of time to make it to the theatre.