Sydney: Tivoli Theatre

Country: Australia
State: New South Wales
City: Sydney
Location: 79-83 Castlereagh Street

Opened 22 December 1890 as "Garrick Theatre". 1893 renamed "Tivoli Theatre". Also known as "Harry Rickard's Tivoli Theatre". Destroyed by fire in 1899. Subsequently rebuilt. Reopened 12 April 1899. Reverted to the "Embassy" cinema in 1929. Closed 1977. Demolished in the 1980s.

[The "Tivoli Theatre" in 329 Castlereagh Street is another building, opened 1911 as "Adelphi Theatre", 1916 renamed "Grand Opera House", 1932 renamed "New Tivoli Theatre" (also known as "Tivoli Theatre"). Closed 1966. Demolished 1969.]

Links: AusStage, Wikipedia

[Sydney: Tivoli Theatre] Front Text: "The Tivoli Theatre (Grand Opera House), Sydney, N. S. W.", inscription: "Rickard's Tivoli", on canopy: "Rickard's Tivoli Theatre", on signs: "Nightly at 8 - Harry Jacobs - Lucie Linda - Frank Markley" - "Hugh D. McIntosh Presents The World's Most Famous Comedienne Ada Reeve" - "Brilliant Company - Magic Marvel Louis Nikola - Raymond Wilbert - Hector Napier Contortionist - Kennedy Allen - Tivoli Orchestra" - "Nightly at 8 - Matinees on Wednesdays"
Reverse Text: drawn by Nicholas Charlesworth
Publisher: The Badger Press, Westbury; Vaudeville Postcards
Size: Modern
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