200 Parramatta Road,
1 person favorited this theater
Located in Stanmore, an inner west suburb of Sydney. Opened in 1910 as the Olympia Hall & Skating Rink. It began screening films as the Olympia Pictures in 1915 with 1,330-seats. It was re-named Olympia De Luxe on 8th August 1931. It was closed in October 1959 and went back to use as a roller skating rink until 1973.
On 12th May 1977 it re-opened as the twin screen Z Cinema and on 28th August 1981 was re-named Stanmore Twin Cinemas. On 12th December 1984 it became the Stanmore Cinema Centre with 3-screens, seating 383, 181 & 164. It was a 3-screen art house cinema screening the ‘Best of World Cinema’. It was taken over by Greater Union in 1988. On 1st November 1997 it was re-named Globe Cinema and finally closed on 21st July 1999. It has since been demolished.
Just login to your account and subscribe to this theater