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A prestigious stage.

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.

State Theatre
Market Stret 49
2000 Sydney

Phone number
02 93 73 66 55


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