Rivoli Cinemas

Film Hawthorn East
Rivoli Cinemas

The Rivoli Cinemas are in a pretty Art Deco complex with eight screens and a rooftop bar area – ideal for summer screenings. They’re in a bustling area with plenty of choice for a pre or post-movie munch.

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Venue name: Rivoli Cinemas
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Address: 200 Camberwell Rd
Hawthorn East
3123
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