Odeon Sutherland

4 Boyle Lane,
Sydney, NSW 2232

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Odeon Sutherland

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Located in the Sutherland district south of Sydney. The Sutherland Theatre opened on 3rd May 1929. All seating was on a single stadium plan, with a raised stepped section at the rear. There was a flat floor area in front of the screen which was used for dancing.

Later known as the Kingsway Theatre, it was taken over by the Greater Union Theatres chain and by c.1960, had been re-named Odeon. The decorative stone facade was covered with metal sheets, which remain in place today.

Since closing, it has been in use by several retail units and a dance studio.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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impalax327
impalax327 on April 17, 2016 at 8:14 am

The converted “upstairs” section was still a pet shop last time I was there.

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