This sprawling cinema complex with 17 screens shows virtually every new commercial movie release as soon as it opens and features the luxurious Gold Class screens. Located in the heart of George Street’s garish entertainment strip, it attracts throngs of noisy kids and can get a little edgy at night, so guard your valuables. The state-of-the-art auditoria with digital surround sound and comfy (if rather narrow) seats are especially popular with teens and out-of-towners, as you’ll see from the queues.
|Venue name:||Event Cinemas - George Street|
505-525 George St
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