When the Rock opera house opened in 1914, it was the first such facility in Australia and it was a unique experience for many who had never seen a rock opera.
Rock Opera was the only Australian institution to be owned by the Commonwealth, and the Australian Public Service was established in 1913 to administer the Rock’s services.
The Rock Opera building was an imposing structure that stretched more than 200 metres, and it held a capacity of over 3,000.
Its walls were decorated with ornamental plaster, and its windows were painted in gold.
It was a symbol of Victorian society and it became an enduring fixture of Sydney’s Opera House.
But the Rock wasn’t just about the Opera House and its staff, and for the most part it was just a place to hang out.
When it opened in Sydney in 1914 it was an international event, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors to the city for its performances.
There were concerts, concerts, and many rock concerts held around the world.
In Sydney, the Rock was known as the Sydney Opera House, and as the Rock it became synonymous with the city and the people who lived there.
The venue’s staff would not even consider changing its name until 1956.
The rock opera house was originally named the Rock Hotel and the building was named Rock Opera.
Its facade was painted in red and white and featured a red, white and blue colour scheme.
The building was built for the Rock by Sydney architects Alexander F. Jones and Company, and was owned by a partnership of two brothers who owned the Rock.
The brothers Robert and Henry Jones were also the owners of the Sydney Cricket Club, and they bought the Rock in 1925.
The Jones brothers were the sons of the founder of the Jones and Son firm, Arthur Jones.
The name was a combination of the word “Jones” and “Son”.
The Jones and Sons family ran a large clothing company, and in 1927 the company changed its name to Jones & Son, which was the name of the clothing store in which the Rock had its first store.
The company’s business was successful and the Rock became a large tourist attraction.
In the early 1930s the Jones & Sons family also purchased a hotel on the Rock, the Royal Opera House Hotel.
By the time the Rock opened, the Jones brothers had acquired a large share of the Rock and were in the process of selling the Rock to the Joneses.
But by 1934 the Rock faced financial difficulties and it needed an additional $20 million to stay open.
In 1935 the Jones family sold the Rock for a total of $40 million to the government.
In that same year the Jones&Son company also acquired the Sydney Football Club and its team, the Sydney Roosters.
In 1938, the Australian Government gave the Rock a major upgrade, adding a retractable roof, better bathrooms and a swimming pool.
The upgrade also added a cinema, a restaurant, a theatre and a concert hall.
In 1939 the Rock underwent major renovations and by 1945 the Rock hosted the Sydney Olympic Games.
The Australian Government was also in the midst of the Great Depression when it was decided to privatise the Rock Theatre.
This decision made it easier for the Jones Brothers to sell their share of Rock and the Jones’ family also sold off the Sydney Rugby League team and the Sydney Fire Brigade.
The move also led to the establishment of the Australian National Exhibition, which opened in 1950.
In 1952 the Rock moved to a new venue and the new Rock Theatre opened in 1953.
The Sydney Rock was the venue for the 1964 Olympic Games and its future as a tourist attraction was secured.
The next step in the building of the rock opera theatre came when the Rock acquired the Adelaide Opera House in 1957.
The Adelaide Opera house had been operating since the mid-1930s, and when the Jones siblings bought the building in 1959, they also bought the Sydney Rock Theatre for $100 million.
The new building was designed by Sir Frederick Boulton and built in 1960 by architect William Boulston.
The original Rock Opera house was also renovated in the 1970s.
In addition to the improvements the Rock also had to deal with an increase in the number of visitors.
The population of the country grew from about 15,000 people in the late 1920s to 40,000 in the early 1950s.
It had to adapt to a different culture and a different type of music.
The arrival of a new generation of Australian audiences was the main driver for the improvements in the Rock theatre.
It became a place for people from all walks of life to come together and enjoy the Rock without having to make a journey from their homes to the Rock or even their homes.
The opening of the new Sydney Rock theatre was a huge milestone for the rock theatre.
The announcement of the opening of a Rock theatre had never been done in Australia before, and this was the start of a significant change in the way Australians had experienced the Rock as a whole.
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