185 King Street,
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The three-screen Tower Cinemas were built by Great Union Theatres to replace the loss of the Strand Theatre in Hunter Street. They opened on 29th April 1976 with the films “Picnic at Hanging Rock”, “Jaws” and “Barry Lyndon”. The seating capacities of the three screens were 732, 450 and 408.
Screen’s 1 & 2 are located side-by-side on the first floor and have walls draped in red and brown/ochre, with the smallest Screen 3 being located on the ground floor, having patterned brickwork walls with red screen curtains. Since 2013 the Tower Cinemas has been run by an independent operator.
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