What's On

Office Opening Times:

Closed Bank Holiday Monday (29th May 2017)

Mon 10am–5pm*
TueSat 10am–8pm**
Sun Closed
*Open until 8pm on show days
**Open until 6pm on non-show days

Theatre Opening Times:

Closed Bank Holiday Monday (29th May 2017)

Mon 10am–5pm*
TueSat 10am–11pm**
Sun Closed
*Open until 8pm on show days
**Open until 6pm on non-show days



Eating and Drinking

We're now offering a two- or three-course pre-show supper menu in our newly titled Bistro 67.

There’s so much more to York Theatre Royal than just seeing a show, with a warm welcome awaiting you in our bistro, café and bars. With everything from cakes and light bites to winter warmers or a three course meal, there’s plenty for you to choose from. And we’ll make sure you get served in plenty of time to get to your seat. Our team of chefs strive to cater for any specific dietary requirements.

Serving from 5pm until 45 minutes before curtain up every show day.
Our new Bistro 67 is the perfect place to treat yourself to a pre-show supper, freshly cooked by our team of chefs using the best locally sourced produce.
Two courses:    £15.95
Three courses: £19.95
To make sure you don’t miss out we advise booking beforehand. Book a table at Bistro 67 through Open Table or by calling box office on 01904 623568.
Read a sample Bistro 67 set menu here.

Open daily     
Mon – Sat 10am – 8pm on show days
Mon – Sat 10am – 5pm on non-show days
Colonnade Café menu available from 10am
Our café is ideal whether you want a light bite, soup and a sandwich, a plate of something warming or just a cake and a coffee.  If you are tight on time a selection of sandwiches, savouries and snacks are available to grab and go from the café counter .  Alternatively you can order dishes from the Colonnade Cafe menu.

The theatre offers two bars. The Bistro 67 Bar is situated on the ground floor while the Theatre Bar is at dress circle level (lift available) so there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy a relaxed pre-show drink as well as interval refreshments. Why not avoid the interval queues by pre-ordering your interval drinks at the bar before the performance?