Rooty Hill takes culture west of the Sydney CBD

November 26, 2017


New South Wales’ largest licensed club, the Rooty Hill RSL, has started construction on a self-funded $100 million state-of-the-art theatre, built in large part from profits generated from pokies.  Designed by Cox Architecture, the Western Sydney Performing Arts Centre (WSPAC) will have a 2000-seat proscenium arch theatre will have the capacity to host world-class stage shows, musicals and concerts, as well as accommodate ballet companies and symphony orchestras. The theatre has been billed as Western Sydney’s answer to the Opera House, designed to create visual interest via it’s “iconic exterior” presentation, which wraps around the development in a wave pattern.


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September 26, 2019

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