Factory Theatre

As a dedicated live entertainment venue, the Factory Theatre hosts an array of live music and performances from international rock concerts to intimate cabaret shows.

105 Victoria Rd
Marrickville, NSW 2204

Phone: (02) 9519 9231
External URL: Factory Theatre

Upcoming Gigs Date and Time
Chris D’Elia 25th of October 2017, 07:30pm
Chris D’Elia 26th of October 2017, 07:30pm
Chris D’Elia 26th of October 2017, 09:30pm
Chris D’Elia 27th of October 2017, 07:30pm
Chris D’Elia 27th of October 2017, 09:30pm
Melvins 9th of November 2017, 07:30pm
Supersuckers 10th of November 2017, 08:00pm
Supersuckers 10th of November 2017, 08:00pm
The Stems 17th of November 2017, 08:00pm
The Scientists 18th of November 2017, 08:00pm
The Snowdroppers 25th of November 2017, 07:30pm
King Parrot 16th of December 2017, 08:00pm

Hands Like Houses @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Friday February 3 The gigs at which you truly lose yourself are few and far between, but Friday...

Halestorm @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Wednesday January 11 It was a hot and heavy atmosphere at the Factory Theatre on Wednesday, and the...

Parquet Courts @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Wednesday January 4 Parquet Courts are in the process of weaning out the unwelcome contingents of their fan base.

Angel Olsen @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Tuesday December 6 If you ever want to see a fully mesmerised, perfectly quiet audience, go to an Angel...

Citizen @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Thursday November 10 Death Bells present a maximal front – three guitarists, two keyboardists, three vocalists – yet execute...

Superheist @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Friday November 4 Superheist are back.

Shihad @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Friday July 15 For those living in the hope that pub rock is alive and well, the Factory Theatre...

Heaps Gay – The Festival Of Queer Delights @ Factory Theatre

It seems hollow to sit down and write a review of Heaps Gay’s Vivid party, the Festival Of Queer Delights,...

Low @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Friday April 8 The understated and the underwhelming lie hazardously close to one another.

Taj Mahal @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Friday April 1 His moniker, for starters, is not your traditional bluesman kind of name.

The Selecter @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Wednesday March 23 The Two Tone genre still manages to entice loyal fans out of the woodwork for...

Tweedy @ Factory Theatre

Buzzcocks @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Friday March 11 Hardcore punks White Dog provide a fast and furious start to the night, all primitive drums,...

Custard @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Friday December 4 The stars were bright, the mood was right, and Custard were about to hit the stage...

The Superjesus @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Friday November 6 It was a quiet Friday night for the Factory at first – maybe 20 or...

The Drones @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Thursday August 27 Any band matched to a style as unwieldy and unconventional as that of The Drones...

The Black Dahlia Murder @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Saturday June 28 The fact that Melbourne’s Colossvs titled their debut LP Unholy seems to summarise what they...

Title Fight @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Wednesday June 24 Anyone who has paid even fleeting attention to developments in the realm of interesting guitar-oriented...

In Search Of A G-Chord At The Factory Theatre

As a part of Sydney’s Comedy Festival, two of Australia’s most-loved comedians Gretel Killeen & Jackie Loeb present their new show In...

Sharon Van Etten @ Factory Theatre

Reviewed on Sunday March 1 When Sharon van Etten does a headline show in Sydney, she likes to squeeze in...