134 York Street,
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The Regent Theatre(Lambert’s Pictures) opened inside the former St Alban’s Buildings on the western side of York Street, just south of the intersection of Frederick Street on 5th February 1925. One of the shops in the previous building was used gutted to form the downstairs foyer. The Regent Theatre was closed and remodelled in 1964 or 1965.
The Regent Theatre was reopened on 22nd July 1965 with “55 Days at Peking”. The Regent Theatre closed on 1st March 1969 with “Drop Dead Darling” and “Town Tamer”. The Regent Theatre was demolished in September 1969. The site is now a T.A.B. office(betting shop) and a boutique(possibly closed down?)
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