American fingerstyle guitarist extraordinaire, comedian and story teller Richard Gilewitz has wowed audiences all around the world and been rated among the top 50 acoustic guitar players alive!
Deb Combes from Palais ‘Team Movies’ recently submitted an article that has been published in this month’s Dress Circle Magazine. Dress Circle magazine is a small publication primarily aimed at film societies.
A new electric vehicle charging bay has been installed at the Palais theatre and is available for use 24 hours per day. This service is currently offered on a no fee basis to users.
The Heart Collectors performed live at the Palais to a very appreciative audience on January 19, 2018 along with a special guest – Famous Will. Click on the ‘read more’ button below to view photos from the night!
This award-winning documentary was shown at the Palais Theatre on 8 December, to a very appreciative audience of over 100 local residents
November 2017 saw a new experience for the Palais. A flower master class!
The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra brass band played to an appreciative crowd at the Franklin Palais on Thursday, 9 November, 2017 and the night was a great success for all involved.
The Palais Management Committee meet the 2nd Tuesday monthly. Community are welcome to observe or address the committee (with notice). Please use the General Enquiry Form to notify the PMC of your intent.
The Palais Main hall may be suitable for funeral services and memorials, with a capacity of 250 and plenty of parking nearby. Contact us via our booking or general enquiry form for details of our memorial package.
We’re currently trying to re-invigorate the Friends of the Palais group. If you’re interested in helping out at fundraisers, functions, spring cleaning or anything else, contact us at via our general enquiry form.