Tuesday, 10 October 2017

State Theatre, George Street

This facade of the State Theatre is along George Street. The heritage listed theatre was designed by Henry E. White and built between 1926 and 1929 in primarily Gothic and French Empire architectural styles, with also some art deco stylings. The main street frontage is along Market Street but the George Street facade has a similar style. 


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    1. As in recognised it without the marquee underneath

    2. Lydia, the shopfront is not as impressive as the facade above the awning.

  2. oh yes it does look very art deco but I like it.

  3. ...Jim, what a nice mix of styles on this one. Great to see it well maintained. Thanks for stopping by, I hope that you will stop again.

  4. The symmetry of the facade gives the building a very formal look.


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