Forum Theatre, Melbourne

three grimy guardians: gothic mythical wall decorative creatures in neglect with dirty grime and peeling paint

The Capitol Theatre is one of Melbourne’s most important historic buildings. Designed by Walter Burley Grifin and his wife Marion Mahony Griffin, it was completed in 1924. It is best known for its extraordinary crystal inspired ceiling.

The Capitol Theatre is one of Melbourne’s most important historic buildings. Designed by Walter Burley Grifin and his wife Marion Mahony Griffin, it was completed in It is best known for its extraordinary crystal inspired ceiling.

The most beautiful theatre in the world, The STATE Theatre, Sydney, Australia theatre opened with the Ernst Lubitsch film The Patriot (1928) in June 1929. Seating 2775, lavishly designed by Sydney architect Henry Eli White who based his work on that of American architect John Eberson in the USA. It has Gothic, Italian and Art deco design. It contains a Wurlitzer organ and a Koh-i-Noor cut crystal chandelier (second largest on earth),  paintings by William Dobell and Julian Ashton.

The most beautiful theatre in the world, The STATE Theatre, Sydney, Australia.

The Regent Theatre on Rundle St,Adelaide in South Australia in

Palais Pictures, Palais de Danse & the Fun Fair c.1930s. Lower Esplanade, St Kilda.

Palais Pictures, Palais de Danse & the Fun Fair Lower Esplanade, St…

Palais Theatre auditorium exit sign

Palais Theatre auditorium exit sign The Palais Theatre is a former cinema, now functioning exclusively as a concert venue, located in St Kilda, Victoria, Australia

Kings Cross Theatre Sydney Australia

Kings Cross Theatre in Kings Cross,Sydney (year unknown).

Hoyts Regent Theatre on George St,Sydney in the 1940s.

Hoyts Regent Theatre on George St,Sydney in the 1940s.

Palais Theatre, Saint Kilda by Thollos, via Flickr

Palais Theatre, Saint Kilda by Thollos, via Flickr

The most beautiful theatre in the world, The STATE Theatre, Sydney, Australia theatre opened with the Ernst Lubitsch film The Patriot (1928) in June 1929. Seating 2775, lavishly designed by Sydney architect Henry Eli White who based his work on that of American architect John Eberson in the USA. It has Gothic, Italian and Art deco design. It contains a Wurlitzer organ and a Koh-i-Noor cut crystal chandelier (second largest on earth),  paintings by William Dobell and Julian Ashton.

The most beautiful theatre in the world, The STATE Theatre, Sydney, Australia theatre opened with the Ernst Lubitsch film The Patriot (1928) in June 1929. Seating 2775, lavishly designed by Sydney architect Henry Eli White who based his work on that of American architect John Eberson in the USA. It has Gothic, Italian and Art deco design. It contains a Wurlitzer organ and a Koh-i-Noor cut crystal chandelier (second largest on earth), paintings by William Dobell and Julian Ashton.

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