Hoyts Astoria Theatre

1 Bruest Place,
Sydney, NSW 2196

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Hoyts Astoria Theatre

Located in the south-west Sydney suburb of Punchbowl. The Astoria Theatre opened on 17th July 1935, in the ubiquitous Art Deco style. Seating was provided in stalls and circle levels. It was taken over by Suburban Cinema in 1939 and was taken over by Hoyts in 1944. The Astoria Theatre closed on 4th February 1959 with Doris Day in “Teacher’s Pet” and “Flaming Frontier”.

It was gutted and made into office space, but turned into a Runyaway gym in 2009. Part of the building is a reception hall named Adeel’s Palace.

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