Palace Norton Street Cinemas

Film Leichhardt
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Leichhardt's Palace Cinemas were fully refurbed in 2013 and now have eight auditoria, all licensed, and an impressive foyer with a lounge bar and café on site. Palace Norton Street plays host to some of the best annual film festivals such as the French, Spanish, Greek, German and Italian. It is also in close proximity to the eateries and vibrant culture of Norton Street.

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Venue name: Palace Norton Street Cinemas
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Address: 99 Norton St
Leichhardt
2040
Price: $8-$20
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