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Accommodation Near Princess Theatre

Experience the finest performances at Launceston’s Princess Theatre

Enjoy the live theatre, concerts, and performances on offer at Launceston’s historic Princess Theatre before retiring for the night to your accommodation at the Hotel Grand Chancellor situated just 3 minutes away.

Launceston’s Princess Theatre was originally built in 1911 and showcases some of the best theatre, concerts, and performances throughout the year. One of Launceston’s architectural icons, the Princess Theatre has undergone many developments since it first opened its doors to the public.

The Theatre was first home to several stage productions and live concerts before it went on to host films in the 1960s. In 1970, Launceston City Council purchased the Princess Theatre, with The Australian Royal Ballet performing at the grand reopening in November 1970. 

Since then the Princess Theatre has gone on to host a range of prolific acts, including The Seekers and Ray Orbison.

Book your accommodation today and enjoy your stay close to all the glitz and glamour of Launceston’s Princess Theatre.