Chatswood Kings Theatre
10 Railway Street,
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Located in the north Sydney suburb of Chatswood. The Chatswood Kings Theatre was built by and operated by the small chain of Kings Theatres around the Sydney suburbs. It opened on 24th July 1936 with Jack Oakie in “The Big Broadcast of 1936”. Seating was provided for 700 in the stalls and 300 in the circle. It was taken over by the Greater Union Theatres chain in May 1946.
The Chatswood Kings Theatre was closed on 24th March 1983 with Paul Newman in “Absence of Malice” and “Das Boot”(The Boat). It was demolished within days, despite a fierce campaign waged by a local student to save it.
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