King's Cross Theatre
Darlinghurst Road and Victoria Street,
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Located in the inner-city Sydney suburb of King’s Cross, at the corner of Darlinghurst Road and Victoria Street at the intersection with Bayswater Road. The King’s Cross Theatre was opened in April 1916. On 11th August 1928, American organist Joseph Wayne opened the newly installed Wurlitzer 2Manual/10Ranks organ. Other organists to play this instrument were Stanley Cummins and Denis Palmistra.
The King’s Cross Theatre underwent a remodeling in the 1937, and the organ was removed to the Savoy Theatre, Hurstville.
The King’s Cross Theatre was closed in 1963, and was converted into a discotheque. It was demolished in 1969, and today, the high-rise Chifley Hotel and some retail units now stand on the site.
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