All year long
Designed by architects Henry Eli White and John Eberson, the Sydney State Theatre was completed in 1929 with a capacity of 2000 spectators.
The style of the building is eclectic: there is a bit of Gothic, a touch of Art Deco, and a some Italian influence as well. Within one can admire a Wurlitzer organ, and a chandelier made from Koh-i-Noor crystal, considered the second largest in the world (it weighs 4 metric tonnes).
The State Theatre also exhibits paintings by Charles Dobell and Julian Ashton on its walls.
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