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Govinda's

Film Darlinghurst
Cinema at Govinda's
Photograph: Daniel Boud

Time Out says

This Hare Krishna-run house is a safe haven from the evening antics of nearby Kings Cross. Attend a meditation class in the lotus room and feast on a vegetarian dinner in time for a late session in the boutique cinema. They show the latest films, so try to stay awake after you kick off your shoes and sink in to their dangerously comfy lounges.

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Address: 112 Darlinghurst Rd
Darlinghurst
Sydney
2010
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Opening hours: Tue-Sun

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