Regent Theatre

7 Church Street,
Mudgee, NSW 2850

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Regent Theatre

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The Regent Theatre opened on 30th August 1935 with Edward G. Robinson in “A Passport to Shame”. The architect for the Regent Theatre was George Newton Kenworthy. There were 686 seats in the stalls and 300 in the balcony.

The Regent Theatre was designated a Historic building and was entered on the National Trust Register on 28th September 1993. In November 2017 the Regent Theatre was being threatened by developers.

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Kraige
Kraige on December 15, 2007 at 9:13 pm

Was wondering if anybody may have a photo or picture of the Regent Theatre of Mudgee back in the 30’s / 40’s as the new owner would like to restore the facade to her original glory, (preferably a photo showing the signage as well).

regards
Kraige

idaville_road
idaville_road on July 6, 2014 at 12:29 am

THIS THEATRE IS CLOSED AND THE TELEPHONE NUMBER NOW BELONGS TO A PRIVATE HOUSE.

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