Dunedin Theatre Network


A bit more about the buildings that we are proposing to refurbish.

Playhouse Theatre

31 Albany Street, Dunedin North

Former friendly society lodge built in 1876. Extended and converted to a theatre in the 1960s. Features a 130-seat character auditorium, backstage space and a large coffee lounge space above. Not heritage listed but independent advice confirms architectural, cultural and social heritage values.

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Athenaeum & Mechanics Institute Building

23 The Octagon, Dunedin Central

Built in 1870, the Dunedin Athenaeum Institute is the oldest of its type still to be in operation. The Dunedin Athenaeum & Mechanics Institute building comprises a three-storey building located in Dunedin’s Octagon covering some 2,000m2.

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Mayfair Theatre

100 King Edward Street, Dunedin South

Originally named the King Edward Picture Theatre, the Mayfair was built in 1914 and is one of the oldest surviving picture houses in New Zealand.

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