Cummins Theatre was originally part of the Tivoli Theatre which was erected in Coolgardie in 1897. The Theatre was dismantled and railed to Merredin where it was re-built by James Cummins in 1928. Since its construction, the theatre has become highly valued by the community as a long-standing venue for live entertainment. In 1982, in recognition of its cultural heritage significance, the place was classified by the National Trust of Australia (WA) and Cummins Theatre was permanently entered on the State Register of Heritage Places in 1996. In 2009 the Shire of Merredin was successful in receiving funding to complete extensive renovations and conservation works to the significant heritage fabric of this heritage icon. Cummins Theatre has now re-opened, bigger and better than ever.
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Cummins Theatre now offers online ticketing to see a list of tickets that are now available or to order your tickets visit:
Please be aware that online tickets sales end 2 hours before the start of the show and sales are limited to 20 per booking