Sydneys State Theatre is situated in the centre of Sydney, opposite Myer, in Market Street near the Pitt Street Mall, the nearest cross street George Street.
The State Theatre is without doubt a truly magnificent and unique building, and is one of Sydneys most beloved entertainment venues, regularly home to cinema and live performances.
Its importance has been recognised by The National Trust of Australia that has classified it as "a building of great historical significance and high architectural quality, the preservation of which is regarded as essential to our heritage".
Alongside other Sydney icons, the State Theatre occupies a magical place in the hearts and minds of generations of its patrons. For over 70 years it has enchanted and captivated all those who have used and continue to use its surroundings and facilities.
Since opening in 1929, this 2000 seat venue has been owned and operated by the Greater Union Organisation, part of the AHL group of companies. The inspirational design of architect Henry White fuses eclectic elements of Gothic, Italian and Art deco design to produce an exquisite theatre, which can truly be described as a "Palace of Dreams".
The State Theatre and Box Office is located at:
49 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000
Telephone: (02) 9373 6655 or (02) 9373 6852
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