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It offered its original patrons entertainment ranging from music hall to cockfights and could even help to quench their thirsts at The Shades — a seedy tavern that operated beneath the auditorium with its own entrance into the theatre pit. Prostitutes, sailors and general riffraff would enter the pit with tankards full and create all sorts of drama of their own, much to the displeasure of the gentry in the boxes.
During intervals, drunken prostitutes could be seen bounding across the seats making a bee-line for the conveniences. Over the years, the Theatre Royal has been remodelled, refurbished and restored.
The addition of the gallery in the s, new decoration to the auditorium in the s are just a few of the contributions that successive generations of Tasmanians have made to their theatre. Saved from demolition several times — most notably in the late s when Sir Laurence Olivier was among the many to leap to its defence — the theatre has withstood a disastrous fire, public criticism and the rigours of age.
A devastating fire destroyed much of the stage area and the front of the auditorium, and there was much smoke and water damage. The money was raised and the theatre underwent major reconstruction and refurbishment, reopening in March Among them are: J. It presents an annual program of live theatre, contemporary music, dance and entertainment. The theatre is available for hire by professional and amateur companies and is also used by corporations and convention organisers for special events, meetings, conferences and special gatherings.
It has served many purposes for nearly 40 years: a rehearsal space, black box theatre, cabaret and improvisation venue, professional theatre and a space for training and theatre development. Often at the cutting edge and in contrast to the mainstage, the Backspace Theatre has supported a new culture of performance practice in Tasmania and stimulated audiences ready for a new style of theatre. In its day, the Backspace Theatre provided some of the more thought provoking theatre seen in Hobart.