THEATRES/VENUES 1: Contents

The theatres below are listed according to either the earliest known or the principal  name. See INDEX 2, or individual state entries, for comprehensive listing and/or cross-referencing of alternative names (where applicable).

A

  • Academy of Music (Adelaide, 1879-84)
  • Academy of Music (Launceston, Tasmania)
  • Academy of Music [1] (Melbourne)
  • Academy of Music (Sydney)
  • Adelphi Theatre (Sydney)
  • Albany Town Hall (Albany, Western Australia)
  • Albert Hall (Adelaide)
  • Albert Hall [1] (Brisbane)
  • Albert Hall [2] (Brisbane)
  • Albert Hall (Launceston, Tasmania)
  • Albert Theatre (Geelong, Victoria)
  • Alexandra Hall (Toowoomba, Queensland)
  • Alhambra Music Hall (Sydney)
  • Apollo Hall [2] (Melbourne)
  • Arcadia Theatre (Rockhampton, Queensland)
  • Arcadia Theatre (St Kilda, Melbourne)
  • Austral Gardens (Adelaide)
  • Austral Hall (Toowoomba, Queensland)

B

  • Bijou Theatre (Boulder, Western Australia)
  • Bijou Theatre (Launceston, Tasmania)
  • Bijou Theatre [2] (Melbourne)
  • Bohemia Theatre (Brisbane)
  • Bridge Theatre (Newtown, Sydney)
  • Burlington Picture Grounds (Darlinghurst, Sydney)

C

  • Centennial Hall (Moss Vale, New South Wales)
  • Central Hall / Queen’s Hall [2]  (Adelaide)
  • Coliseum Theatre (North Sydney)
  • Coliseum (Rockhampton, Queensland)
  • Cremorne Gardens (Albany, Western Australia)
  • Cremorne Gardens (Brisbane)
  • Cremorne Gardens (Perth)
  • Cremorne Theatre and Gardens (Kalgoorlie, Western Australia)

D

  • Dale Street Vaudeville Hall (Port Adelaide, South Australia)
  • Darwin Town Hall (Northern Territory) [aka Palmerston Town Hall]
  • Dutton Park Garden Theatre (Brisbane)

E

  • Earl’s Court [1] (Rockhampton, Queensland)
  • Earl’s Court [2] (Rockhampton, Queensland)
  • Eastern Arcade (Melbourne) [see Apollo Hall 2]
  • Eden Gardens (Manly, Sydney)
  • Elite Picture Gardens (Toowoomba, Queensland)
  • Empire Picture Theatre (Bowral, New South Wales)
  • Empire Theatre (Adelaide)
  • Empire Theatre (Brisbane)
  • Empire Theatre (Brunswick, Melbourne)
  • Empire Picture Theatre (Bowral, New South Wales)mpire Theatre / Star Theatre (Port Adelaide, South Australia)
  • Empire Theatre (Toowoomba, Queensland)
  • Enmore Theatre (Enmore, Sydney)
  • Exhibition Gardens (Adelaide)

G

  • Gaiety Theatre (Melbourne)
  • Gaiety Theatre (Oxford St, Sydney)
  • Garden Theatre (Darlinghurst, Sydney)
  • Golden Gate Gardens (Sydney)
  • Goodson’s Promenade Concert Grounds (Rockhampton, Queensland)

H

  • Haymarket Theatre (Melbourne)
  • Hippodrome (Adelaide)
  • Hippodrome (Sydney)
  • Huon Mechanics’ Institute (Franklyn, Tasmania)

K

  • King’s Theatre (Adelaide)
  • King’s Theatre (Melbourne)

L

  • Lawler’s Music Hall / Sydney Music Hall (Sydney)
  • Lyric Theatre (St Kilda, Melbourne)

M

  • Mack’s Theatre Royal (Moss Vale, New South Wales)
  • Majestic Theatre (Launceston, Tasmania)
  • Majestic Theatre (Newtown, Sydney)
  • Manchester Unity Hall (Charters Towers, Queensland)
  • Manchester Unity Hall (Newtown, Sydney)
  • Mason’s Concert Hall (Brisbane)
  • Mechanics’ Institute (Geelong, Victoria)
  • Melrose Gardens (Perth)

N

  • National Amphitheatre (Melbourne)
  • National Amphitheatre (Sydney)
  • National Theatre (Launceston, Tasmania)
  • Northcote Theatre (Northcote, Melbourne)

O

  • Oddfellows’ Hall (Charters Towers, Queensland)
  • Olympia (Rockhampton, Queensland)
  • Olympia Skating Rink (Charters Towers, Queensland)
  • Olympia Gardens  (Perth)
  • Olympic Circus (Sydney)
  • Olympic Theatre (Melbourne)
  • Opera House [1] (Melbourne)
  • Opera House (Sydney)

P

  • Palace Gardens (Brisbane)
  • Palais Royal (Adelaide)
  • Plaza Theatre (Northcote, Melbourne)
  • Polytechnic Hall (Melbourne)
  • Port Adelaide Town Hall (South Australia)
  • Port Theatre (Port Adelaide, South Australia)
  • Powell’s Rotunda (Boulder, Western Australia)
  • Prahran Town Hall (Prahran, Melbourne)
  • Prince of Wales Theatre (Charters Towers, Queensland)
  • Prince of Wales Theatre [1] (Melbourne)
  • Princess Theatre (Fremantle, Western Australia)
  • Princess Theatre (Launceston, Tasmania)
  • Princess Theatre (Melbourne)
  • Princess Theatre (Sydney)
  • Princess Theatre (Toowoomba, Queensland)

Q

  • Queen’s Hall [1] (Adelaide)
  • Queen’s Hall (Perth)
  • Queen’s Theatre (Adelaide)

R

  • Rex Theatre (Fortitude Valley, Brisbane)
  • Rivoli Theatre (Camberwell, Melbourne)
  • Rosebery Theatre (Mascot, Sydney)
  • Royal Amphitheatre (Launceston, Tasmania)
  • Royal Assembly Rooms (Toowoomba, Queensland)
  • Royal Colosseum Theatre (Melbourne)
  • Royal Dramatic Hall (Adelaide)
  • Royal Olympic Theatre (Launceston, Tasmania)
  • Royal Standard (Sydney)
  • Royal Victoria Theatre (Adelaide)
  • Royal Victoria Theatre (Sydney)

S

  • Scandinavian Hall (Sydney)
  • School of Arts [1] (Brisbane)
  • School of Arts [2] (Brisbane)
  • School of Arts (Charters Towers, Queensland)
  • School of Arts (Millchester, Charters Towers, Queensland)
  • School of Arts [1] (Mount Morgan, Queensland)
  • School of Arts [2] (Mount Morgan, Queensland)
  • School of Arts [3] (Mount Morgan, Queensland)
  • School of Arts [1] (Toowoomba, Queensland)
  • Shaftesbury Theatre (Perth)
  • Stadium / Don Stadium (Darwin, Northern Territory)
  • Stadium / Olympia Theatre (Charters Towers, Queensland)
  • St George’s Hall (Melbourne)
  • St George’s Hall (Newtown, Sydney)
  • Strand Theatre / Tivoli Theatre (Rockhampton, Queensland)

T

  • Temperance Hall (Hobart)
  • Temperance Hall (Melbourne)
  • Theatre Royal (Brisbane)
  • Theatre Royal (Charters Towers, Queensland)
  • Theatre Royal (Geelong, Victoria)
  • Theatre Royal (Hobart)
  • Theatre Royal (Launceston, Tasmania)
  • Theatre Royal [1] (Melbourne)
  • Theatre Royal [2] (Melbourne)
  • Theatre Royal (Perth)
  • Theatre Royal (Rockhampton, Queensland)
  • Tivoli Gardens (Adelaide)
  • Tivoli Gardens (Kalgoorlie, Western Australia)
  • Tivoli Gardens and Theatre (Hamilton, Brisbane)
  • Tivoli Theatre (Brisbane)
  • Tivoli Theatre [2] (Adelaide)
  • Tivoli Theatre [1] (Sydney)
  • Toowoomba Town Hall [1] (Queensland)
  • Toowoomba Town Hall [2] (Queensland)
  • Toowoomba Town Hall [3] (Queensland)
  • Trocadero  (Newtown, Sydney)

V

  • Varieties (Melbourne)
  • Victoria Theatre (Newcastle, New South Wales)
  • Victory Theatre (Marrickville, Sydney)

W

  • Walhalla Hall (Toowoomba, Queensland)
  • Walker’s Store (Toowoomba, Queensland)
  • White’s Assembly and Concert Rooms (Adelaide)
  • Wintergarden (Rockhampton, Queensland)

Y

  • Yorketown Town Hall (South Australia)

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Images: Princess Theatre (Syd), Royal Victoria Theatre (Syd), Thornton’s Rosebery Theatre (Mascot, Syd), Empire Theatre (Bris), Her Majesty’s Theatre (Melb)
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Published on June 19, 2011 at 10:00 pm  Comments Off on THEATRES/VENUES 1: Contents