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The Sydney Opera House, which has a history of music and sound that has been celebrated for decades, has a long history of being used as the centrepiece for live music.
It’s one of Sydney’s biggest venues, home to many famous musicians including James Brown, John Denver, Sting, George Michael, Bruce Springsteen and John Mayer.
But the Sydney Opera house has not always been a centrepiece.
In the 1990s, the venue was the subject of a serious fire which left several buildings and many staff members homeless.
After that fire, the city decided to open a second theatre, the Sydney Theatre, in 1999.
The first theatre, which was located in the main theatre building, was demolished in 2008.
The new venue, the new Sydney Theatre opened last year.
It has a capacity of about 50,000 people and the new venue also includes a restaurant and lounge area.
The building was constructed in the 1950s and 1960s, with a total of four stages, and the stage on the lower level was the last stage to be completed in 1961.
The first stage was constructed as a stage for a musical in the 1930s, but it was not used as a permanent venue.
The second stage was demolished and replaced with a stage in the 1970s.
The final stage was built in the 1990 and is now a music venue, with stage seating for around 300 people.
In 2007, the Opera House was also used as an entertainment venue for several film festivals, with performances from The Lion King, Gladiator and The Hunger Games.
The future of the Sydney theatre is uncertain.
The city is currently negotiating with the Australian Film Institute to open the theatre as an arts venue, but is yet to decide on what that will look like.