188 High Street, Kew
Opening hours vary depending on what's on at Kew Court House. Visit What's on to explore our upcoming events.
How to get there
Nearby Fenton Way and Walpole Street have mostly unrestricted off-street parking after 6pm every day.
Tram 48: North Balwyn to Victoria Harbour Docklands - alight at stop 32, Kew Junction.
Tram 109: Box Hill to Port Melbourne - alight at stop 32, Kew Junction.
Tram 16: St Kilda to Kew - alight at stop 80, walk 1km east along Cotham Road.
Bus 205: Doncaster SC via Kew Junction - alight at Kew Junction.
Kew Court House is wheelchair accessible, with ambulant toilets available.
You can buy tickets from the box office one hour before a performance begins, subject to availability.
All other tickets must be booked online or by phone on (03) 9278 4770.
Browse our What's on section to see upcoming events and book tickets.
Food and drink
Kew Court House has a small tuck shop bar with a selection of refreshments and snacks. It is open for performances pre-show and during interval.
Hire a space at Kew Court House
Kew Court House provides spaces for hire including:
- an intimate performance space with audio and lighting equipment
- a community access gallery in the foyer suitable for small exhibitions.
Visit Hire a space at Kew Court House for room facilities and hire rates.
About Kew Court House
Built in 1888, Kew Court House is an historic building with an 80-seat theatre. This performing arts space presents an outstanding annual live music program to arts-loving audiences from across Melbourne.
The building is also home to:
- Kew Historical Society: Displays and exhibitions of items related to the history of the area. They also provide information for anyone interested in the area's history.
- QArt: An art studio and gallery that provides opportunities to people with a disability through art.