Venue Majestic Theatre
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Other Names Celebrity Theatre Restaurant 1967-1969
Warner Theatre 1969 - 1981
Address 100 King William St
Adelaide SA 5000
Australia
First Date 1916
Last Date 1967
Notes The Majestic Theatre opened in 1916 and closed in 1967. It was on the same site as the previous theatrical venues, White's Rooms and Hudson's Bijou. The building was demolished in 1981.
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Tivoli Circuit (Australia) Pty Ltd

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The Majestic Orchestra

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Tivoli Orchestra

Sir Benjamin Fuller

The Kermond Brothers

The Models

Tivoli Showgirls

Abdy's Animal Circus

Ade Duvall and Co.

Aztec Productions

Banner Forbut

Bargo and Wills

Ben and John Fuller Limited

Bhaskar and Company

Bradley and Kearney

Bump and Bounce

Burton and Janet

Carroll-Fuller Theatres Company Pty. Ltd.

Celebrity Circuit Pty Ltd

Celebrity Theatres Pty Ltd

De Troy and Lady

Fullers Theatres Ltd

Gilbert and Howe

Gilbert and Lee

Gran Ballet Espanol

Hatten Sisters

J. C. Williamson Limited (1910-1938)

Jean Bedford's 20 Juniors

Jenkins Sisters

June and Collett

Koba and Kalee

Kuester and Johnson

Majestic Steppers

Manly and Austin

Mortimer and Shirley

Ozo and Bozo

Rex and Bessie

Ridgway Sisters

Rolling Rollos

S.A. Theatres Ltd

Six Ashtons

Skill and Grace

Southern Ballet Group

Spanish Dancers and Singers

The 5 Cleverers

The Adelaide Festival of Arts

The Australian Art and Education Guild

The Florays

The Flying Warrens

The Four Rosnays

The Laughtons

The Lynton Boys

The Marcella Trio

The National Theatre Movement of Australia

The Two Patranos

Warren Latona and Sparks

Tom King - Musical Director, Musician

Bruce Beeby - Actor

Doris Fitton - Director, Actor, Producer

Ross Buchanan - Actor, Assistant Producer

June Collis - Actor, Assistant Stage Manager

John Edwardes - Actor, Circus Style Performer

Phillip Grenville Mann - Stage Director, Stage Manager

Madi Hedd - Actor

Alec Kellaway - Actor, Performer, Stage Director

Cyril Northcote - Set Designer, Scenic Artist

Wallace Parnell - Producer

Alec Regan - General Manager, Producer, Performer

John Bellew - Actor, Assistant Stage Manager

Ivor Bromley-Smith - Actor

Jean Cameron - Dancer

Bruce Carroll - Stage Director

Bob Dyer - Comedian

Glenys Edwards - Actor

Ronald Frazer - Actor

Jim Gerald - Actor, Comedian

Joy Lewis - Actor

David N. Martin - Presenter

Jessica Noad - Actor

Richard Parry - Producer, Actor

Alan Rankin - Actor

Roy Rene - Actor, Comedian

Madame Sheringham - Costume Maker, Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Raymond Baird - Saxophonist

Virginia Barton - Actor

Kenn Brodziak - Producer

Florence Brown - Actor

Robert Butt - Performer, Comedian

Mary Cahill - Costume Maker, Wardrobe Master / Mistress

George Chanti - Dancer, Performer

Keith Connolly - Circus Style Performer, Comedian

Les Donaghey - Singer, Stage Director

Dorothy Dunckley - Actor

Trader Faulkner - Actor

Elaine Foster - Actor

Ken Fraser - Actor

Joyce Gration - Actor and Singer, Singer

Fred Gulliford - Musical Director, Conductor

Millie Hansen - Singer

John Hayden - Director, Producer

Patricia Horsfield - Wardrobe Master / Mistress, Actor

Jenny Howard - Comedian

Brian James - Actor, Stage Manager

Sunday Johnson - Ballet Master/Mistress, Choreographer

Will Kroncke - Costume Maker, Costume Co-ordinator

Jill Laughton - Dancer

Sumner Locke Elliott - Writer, Playwright

Leonard Lord - Actor

Will Mahoney - Producer

Thelma McLeod - Ballet Master/Mistress, Choreographer

Johnny O'Connor - Performer, Comedian

Jean Paige - Assistant Stage Manager, Actor

Queenie Paul - Singer, Actor

Phillip Peake - Performer, Actor and Singer

Billie Ponds - Dancer, Choreographer

Eric Reiman - Actor

Les Ritchie - Dancer, Actor and Singer

Kathleen Robinson - Actor

Marlene Schramm - Performer

Richard Sherren - Actor

John Sykes - Actor, Producer

George Stevenson Wallace - Comedian

Hal Wynn - Conductor

Bhaskar - Producer

Dixie - Acrobat, Dancer

Ginge - Ventriloquist Doll

Thelma Afford - Costume Designer

Ella Airlie - Composer, Writer

Jean Alexander - Costume Designer, Choreographer

Joyce Alexander - Costume Designer

Max Alexander - Actor

Pat Alexander - Performer

Bubby Allan - Actor

Bubby Allen - Actor

Will Alma - Properties Master

Don Amor - Drummer

Charleton Andrews - Playwright

Peter Andry - Orchestrator

Ray Angel - Actor

Gwen Arnold - Actor

Goldie Ashton - Drummer

Percy Athos - Designer

Morry Barling - Comedian

Deryck Barnes - Actor

Yvonne Barnes - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Ernie Baron - Impersonator

Bob Barre - Producer

Thelma Barry - Actor and Singer

Thelma Beck - Performer

Jean Bedford - Choreographer

Lorna Beldon - Actor and Singer

Gordon Bell - Performer

Peta Bennett - Actor

Bettina - Dancer

Mlle Blackburn - Dancer

Ben Blue - Comedian

Alexander Borodin - Composer

Joan Boulken - Actor

Kyra Bousloff - Restager

Serge Bousloff - Restager

Billy Bovis - Actor and Singer

Rosie Bowen - Choreographer

Rosie Boxie - Actor

Constance Boynton - Wardrobe Master / Mistress, Costume Maker

Henry Braden - Actor

Frank Bradley - Actor

Kenny Brenna - Comedian

Leo Britt - Actor

Ivor Bromley - Actor

Peter Brooks - Actor

Ronald Bruce - Dancer

Jean Buckley - Ballet Master/Mistress

Maggie Buckley - Comedian

Mm. Buckley - Dancer

Alan Burke - Director

Marylin Burr - Dancer

Greta Callow - Soprano

John Calvert - Magician

Colleen Campbell - Dancer

Dudley Cantrell - Musical Arranger

Micky Carolan - Actor

Ken Carroll - Actor

Stewart Cheney - Costume Designer, Set Designer

Warren Chetham-Strode - Playwright

Syd Clarke - Comic Instrumentalist

Nelson Clifford - Comedian

Joy Clyde - Dancer

June Clyne - Actor

Phineas Cohn - Costume Maker

Kenneth Colbert - Stage Manager

Ken Collins - Actor

Max Collis - Dancer

Cliff Cook - Comedian

Ann Cornell - Singer

Vince Courtney - Actor

Noel Coward - Playwright

Anthony Coyne - Actor, Assistant Stage Manager

John Craig - Actor, Assistant Stage Manager

Stan Craig - Actor and Singer

Elsie Crane - Singer

Kathryn Crawford - Actor and Singer

Marshall Crosby - Performer

Russel Crouse - Playwright

F E Cumisky - Costume Maker

Marie Cumisky - Dancer

Joy Dare - Dancer

Clem Dawe - Comedian

Gloria Dawn - Singer

Clarence Day - Author

De Leino - Dancer

Valda de Oliver - Performer

Pilar de Oro - Choreographer

Tess Dennis - Performer

Les Diamondos - Performer

Betty Dickinson - Dancer

Ivan Dietrich - Performer

John Dobbie - Actor and Singer

Chung Doo - Tenor

Marie Doran - Singer

John Downs - Electrician

Tuppy Downs - Choreographer

Dan Dunbar - Actor

Axie Dunlap - Performer

Duval - Magician

Antonin Dvořák - Composer

Eric Edgley - Producer

Phillip Edgley - Actor

Madame T Edwards - Costume Designer

Joff Ellen - Comedian

Gracie Emmerson - Soubrette

John Faassen - Actor

Lulla Fanning - Comedian

Maude Fanning - Actor and Singer

Josh Farrele - Scenic Artist

Juinor Farrell - Pianist

Val Fawcett - Orchestrator, Pianist

Robert Felix - Costume Designer

Eve Fennelly - Dancer

Buster Fiddes - Comedian

Arthur Finn - Properties Master

Margot Fleming - Performer

Mikhail Fokine - Choreographer

Stan Foley - Comedian

Ronald Fortt - Producer, Actor

George Foster - Performer

Les Freedwell - Dancer

Ethel Gabriel - Actor

Sadie Gale - Comedian

Shirley Geddes - Actor

Bob Geraghty - Actor and Singer

Alfredo Gil - Choreographer

Ed Glover - Actor

Nancy Gooderham - Set Designer

David Gould - Director

Joyce Graeme - Dancer, Dance Director

John Gray - Actor

Peter Gray - Actor

Smiles Greenhill - Performer

Madame Grock - Costume Maker

Mitzie Haase - Acrobat, Dancer

Donald Hall - Actor

Nella Hall - Impersonator

Shirley Hall - Actor

June Hallis - Actor

Brenda Hamlyn - Dancer

Millie Hanson - Singer

John Harrison - Actor

Doreen Harrop - Actor

Arne Hartman - Musician

William Harvey - Dancer

Roy Harwood - Properties Master

Ronnie Hay - Choreographer

Evie Hayes - Actor and Singer

Malcolm Headland - Actor

Irene Helder - Actor

Lillian Hellman - Playwright

Mm. Henry - Dancer

Winifred Hindle - Actor

Cath Holland - Actor and Singer

Avery Hopwood - Playwright

Kenneth Horne - Playwright

Penny Horsfield - Actor

Elsie Hosking - Dancer

Elsie Hoskings - Dancer, Performer

Leila Humble - Performer

George Hurd - Circus Style Performer

James Hutchings - Set Designer

Barrie Irwin - Dancer

Barbara James - Singer

Flo James - Actor

Ralton R. James - Entrepreneur

Ted James - Actor

Dorothy Jean - Actor and Singer

Dawn Johns - Actor

Frank Jones - Actor

Frank Kane - Scenic Artist

Leslie Kellaway - Dancer

Sylvia Kellaway - Dancer

Margaret Kelly - Actor and Singer

Ray Kelly - Actor, Stage Director

Clement Kennedy - Set Designer

Ken Kennedy - Actor

Pat Kenny - Performer

Billy Kershaw - Dancer

Percy King - Singer

John Kingsmill - Actor

Nellie Kolle - Actor

Alma La Belle - Dancer

Marie La Varre - Actor

Katherine Lamb - Dancer

Edna Lane - Dancer

Sylvia Lane - Actor

Joe Latona - Dancer

Dino Laudicina - Costume Designer

Joe Lawman - Comedian

Lorna Lawrence - Actor

Ward Lear - Race Cross-dresser

Alison Lee - Dancer

Ernest Leitch - Stage Director, Actor

Miriam Lester - Actor

Ben Lewin - Actor

Howard Lindsay - Playwright

Edna Luscombe - Performer

Frank MacDonald - Musician

Isobel MacIntosh - Performer

Dolly Mack - Actor and Singer

Barbara Mackay - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Barbara Mackey - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Jack MacNeil - Set and/or Property Maker

Billy Maloney - Performer

Horace Mann - Actor

John Manuel - Dancer

Marie Marion - Comedian

Maree Marsden - Circus Style Performer

Anita Martell - Circus Style Performer

Laurel Martyn - Choreographer

Ossie Massey - Musician

Eric Maxon - Actor

G May - Dancer

Dawn McCormick - Pianist

Mike McCormick - Performer

Sheila McGuire - Actor

Grant McIntyre - Actor and Singer

John McKiever - Actor

Anew McMaster - Actor

Marjorie McMaster - Costume Designer

Peter Mendoza - Actor

Daisy Merritt - Actor

Des Meyers - Dancer

Enid Mickel - Performer

Gloria Millet - Dancer

Signor Molinari - Tenor

Ferenc Molnar - Playwright

A Monahan - Costume Maker

Gladys Moncrieff - Singer

Sharen Morley - Performer

Peter Morris - Actor

Bruce Morrow - Dancer

Tex Morton - Singer

Harold Moschetti - Composer

Harry Mossfield - Actor

Robin Munro - Dancer

Margaret Munson - Dancer

Daphne Newton - Actor

Don Nicol - Comedian

Dora Norris - Actor

John Northcote - Set Designer

Dot O'Dea - Choreographer

Colm O'Doherty - Assistant Stage Manager

Jack O'Dowd - Comedian

John O'Dowd - Stage Manager

Fred Parsons - Writer, Stage Manager

Daphne Peacock - Dancer

Les Pearce - Performer

James Penberthy - Conductor, Orchestrator, Composer

Marius Petipa - Choreographer

Nat Phillips - Writer, Actor, Producer

Ruth Phillips - Actor

Walter Plinge - Actor

Belle Pollard - Actor

Lucille Power - Actor

Miss Poxon - Costume Maker

Charles Quealey - Set Designer

Jean Rai - Choreographer

Natalie Raine - Actor and Singer

Terence Rattigan - Playwright

William E Raynor - Actor

Ronald Reay - Dancer

William Redmond - Actor

Myrtle Reeve - Performer

Margaret Reid - Actor

Rex Reid - Dancer

Frank Rembach - Lighting Designer, Set Designer

Renie Riano - Performer

Len Rich - Comedian

Tom Richards - Actor

Molly Richardson - Musician

Dorrie Ricketts - Singer

Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov - Composer

Arch Ritchie - Dancer

Mavis Ritchie - Actor and Singer

Esme Roach - Violinist

Alistair Roberts - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Bob Roberts - Performer

Joy Robins - Actor and Singer

Reg Robins - Scenic Artist

Olivia Robinson - Actor

Mr Rockley - Actor and Singer

Desmond Rolfe - Actor

Elizabeth Rosenblum - Costume Maker, Stage Manager

Cynthia Ross - Dancer

Kenneth Rowell - Set Designer, Costume Designer

John Russell - Lighting Designer

Daphne Rye - Director

Barry Sandford - Musician

Margaret Scott - Dancer

Ruth Scott - Performer

Kath Sellars - Dancer

Mlle Selman - Dancer

Lesley Sexton - Dancer

Phyl Skinner - Dancer

Lorna Smart - Dancer

Bert Smith - Conductor

Emily Smith - Performer

Ethel Smith - Singer

John Sorrell - Actor

Maisie Sparks - Dancer

Marlene Starr - Dancer

Phyllis Steadman - Dancer, Performer

Jennifer Stielow - Dancer

Rosie Sturgess - Dancer

Michael Szwaluk - Scenic Artist

Des Tanner - Organist

Mm. Tasker - Dancer

Charles Taylor - Musical Director

Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky - Composer

The Great Rube - Musician

Dot Thew - Dancer

Al Thomas - Actor

Lyla Thompson - Singer

Frank Thring - Actor

Doris Tindall - Actor and Singer

Maree Tomasetti - Actor

Ted Tutty - Race Cross-dresser

Olga Varona - Circus Style Performer

Alf Verne - Singer

Miss Priscilla Verne - Actor and Singer

Mal Verro - Ventriloquist

Harold Vike - Set Designer, Costume Designer

Ted Waldman - Comic Singer

George Leonard Wallace - Comedian

Anthony Ward - Stage Manager

Marion Ward - Dancer

Stanley Wells - Mechanist

Dave Wheeler - Impersonator

Phyl White - Dancer

Alban Whitehead - Performer

Dorothy Whiteley - Actor

Walter Whyte - Actor

Graham Wicker - Singer

Tennessee Williams - Playwright

Angus Winneke - Set and/or Property Maker

Daphne Winslow - Actor

Cyrus Wood - Playwright

June Wood - Dancer

Arthur Woodlock - Singer

Harry Wren - Producer

M Wynd - Costume Maker

Resources
  • Article:  Adelaide Theatre Purchase, The Argus, 14 June 1928, 19
  • Article:  Ross Thorne, Majestic Theatre, Companion To Theatre In Australia, 1995, 338
  • Programme:  Americana, National Library of Australia, 19 April 1947
  • Programme:  Vogues of Variety, National Library of Australia, 4 December 1940
  • Programme:  You'll be surprised, National Library of Australia, 15 July 1942
  • Report:  Louise Harris, The Lost Theatres of Adelaide, 2012
Venue Identifier 2962