Wedding & Venue Hire


A beautifully restored Regency Theatre that provides a unique setting for weddings.

Licensed for marriages and civil partnerships, the stage becomes a dramatic backdrop for ceremonies with the intimate yet grand auditorium, which can seat up to 335 guests. After the vows (and bows), the stage set changes with theatrical flair to accommodate wedding breakfasts for up to 120 guests and evening receptions with dance floor.

Alternatively, drinks, canapés and receptions can be hosted in the more contemporary setting of the Greene Room Bar. At Theatre Royal, we focus on attention to detail and the personal support of our dedicated and experienced team, who will add a personal touch to your wedding, and support you from start to finish in creating the day of your dreams. 

To find out more about organising your wedding celebrations at Theatre Royal, get in touch [email protected]


Our theatre offers unique spaces in our magical auditorium, contemporary Greene Room Bar and contemporary Sir Peter Hall Room for corporate hire and special events.

Whether it’s a family party, christening, birthday, business conference, meeting or just an excuse to have a party, the theatre provides a spectacular backdrop for your special event.

Film Location

Theatre Royal is the only working Regency theatre in the country. The sheer beauty and intimacy of this very special theatre provides a unique and spectacular location for filming. The theatre has featured in a variety of programmes including Channel 4 TV episodes of Four in a Bed and Come Dine With Me; a sequence in a BBC Art History series, an American TV programme about the history of Handel’s Messiah and most notably, we recently featured in Armando Iannucci and Lionsgate Films The Personal History of David Copperfield.

For further information and to discuss your requirements email [email protected]

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