The Enmore Theatre is Sydney's longest running live music venue, and it was originally built in 1908. In 1912, it opened to the public as a photo-play theatre, and since then has played an important role in the development of quality live theatre, comedy, and music throughout the history of Sydney.
The Enmore Theatre is often used for high-profile contemporary music performances, and popular performers often choose to appear here for several nights in a row, rather than appearing at a larger modern venue for one night. Its historic décor and intimate feel is appealing, and a night out at the Enmore Theatre is always enjoyable. While you're visiting this venue, you'll have the option to either dine in the nearby cafes
, stop in at nearby pubs and cocktail bars, or grab a cheap Thai meal in the nearby suburb of Newtown. This part of Sydney has a strong and cultured nightlife on any day of the week.
To get to Enmore Theatre you can catch a bus from the CBD along King Street Newtown. You can get off outside the theatre or alight in central Newtown
and enjoy the walk up Enmore Road. Address: 118-132 Enmore Road, Newtown, NSW, 2042.