The Enmore Theatre

History drips from the walls of this charming theatre

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. Originally built in 1908 and opened to the public as a photo-play theatre in 1912, it is one of two surviving art deco theatres in Sydney, and the only one in it’s full original condition.

The Enmore Theatre now plays hosts to a myriad of live music gigs, theatrical shows & world-class comedy. From rock to classical, and everything in between, chances are your favourite band have played at the Enmore. History drips from the walls in this charming theatre, which has played host to some of music’s most iconic figures.



Additional Information

Wheelchair accessible
Cloak room