The Enmore Theatre plays a distinctive role in the social and cultural life of the city and occupies a unique position in Sydney’s theatrical history.
International acts such as Coldplay, Oasis and the Rolling Stones have filled stadiums around the world. The opportunity to experience these acts in an intimate theatre setting is one that Sydney’s Enmore theatre has delivered and much more since it opened in 1908.
Renowned as Sydney’s longest running live theatre venue, the Enmore has also hosted the full range of the arts from photographic, performing arts, music and motion picture. It survived the 1980s where the Sydney pro-development movement saw the demolition of the Regent theatre. It has also survived the turbulent cinema industry that a few years ago saw the demise of the Valhalla Theatre in neighbouring suburb, Glebe.
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