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Chauvel Cinema

Film Paddington
Chauvel Cinema

Named after the Australian film pioneer Charles Chauvel - of Jedda fame - this much-loved local cinema is part of the Palace cinema chain. Its proscenium arch brings true grandeur to the art of film and the staff really know their stuff. Screenings tend to be seriously arty and the place also holds Cinemateque screenings. Be sure to seek out the lovely upstairs bar.

Bus 333, 352, 378, 380. Screens 2. Tickets $16.50; $9-$12.50 reductions; $8 Tue.

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Venue name: Chauvel Cinema
Contact:
Address: Paddington Town Hall, Cnr Oxford St & Oatley Rd
Paddington
Sydney
2021
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