RMIT Capitol Theatre
Time Out says
The Capitol Theatre has come a long way since its grand opening back in 1924. It was designed by famous architects Walter Burley and Marion Mahoney Griffin (also known for creating Canberra). The theatre was then owned by RMIT University from 1999 up until it shut in 2014. After a huge $40 million refurbishment, the 580-seat theatre reopened in 2019.
While this single-screen cinema no longer screens any new-releases, it does serve as a dazzling venue for film festivals and special events.