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Originally opened in 1920 as the Victory Theatre for cinema, the National Theatre has been a performance space for dramas, opera and ballet since 1974.
Originally opened in 1920 as the Victory Theatre for cinema, the National Theatre has been a performance space for dramas, opera and ballet since 1974. The Beaux Arts style building is also home to the National Theatre Ballet School.
The National Theatre, 20 Carlisle St, St Kilda South VIC 3182, Australia
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