Northbridge Theatre

Sailors Bay Road and Eastern Valley Way,
Sydney, NSW 2063

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1943 aerial view

Northbridge is a small suburb on Sydney’s lower north shore, population 6,000. Features include a famous Gothic suspension bridge and access to Middle Harbour. There are classic waterfront houses and a sailing club and marina. Opened on June 9th. 1928, the Northbridge Theatre was built and owned by Oscar Sharp. It was taken over by Oscar Shaft in 1936.

It was a excellent family theatre running double bills with special attention to Disney films. It came to an end in 1959 after Oscar sold the property and the building was demolished.

Contributed by john gleeson

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johngleeson on May 27, 2015 at 2:53 am

A local newspaper article revealed that the dress circle was not only off limits for kids but had double width love seats at the ends of each row.

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