How Can I Book?
The Palace Theatre & Cliffs Pavilion operate a combined Box Office.
- By Phone: 01702 351135
- Visit in person
When Is The Box Office Open?
Please note that between 13th August and 7th September 2018 (inclusive) the Box Office at the Palace Theatre will be closed to personal callers whilst refurbishment work is carried out at the theatre. Tickets for all Palace shows may, of course, be purchased online, via the telephone or at the Cliffs Pavilion.
|Monday - Saturday||Sunday|
|Cliffs Pavilion||Show Days||10am - 8pm||3 hours prior to the start of the show|
|Non Show Days||10am - 8pm||Closed|
|Palace Theatre||Show Days||10am - 8pm||3 hours prior to the start of the show|
|Non-Show Days||10am - 3pm||Closed|
How Can I Pay For Tickets?
Payment may be made by
- Credit/Debit Card (Mastercard, Visa, Switch)
- Our own gift vouchers
Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded after purchase unless the Event is cancelled, abandoned, rescheduled or where there is a material change to the Event - read more about Ticket Cancellations, Exchanges & Refunds
Do You Charge Any Booking Fees?
To enable us to continue investing in the buildings at Southend Theatres all transactions are subject to a per ticket charge, with a £2 additional charge for mailing out the tickets.
Group bookings of 10+ are exempt.
Please note that the maximum number of tickets that may be booked online is nine per show.
How Long Will You Hold My Tickets Without Payment?
We hold cash/cheque reservations for three working days while you send payment together with an SAE. However, if the performance is within 3 working days of the reservation, payment is required at the time of booking.
Group Bookings of more than 20 seats will be held until three months before the performance.
Why can’t I leave a single seat?
Our online seat map is designed so that you can't leave a single unsold seat on its own. We know it can be frustrating when there aren't many tickets left, but most people prefer not to sit on their own at a show, so if a seat is left on its own it's very unlikely to sell.