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Theatre Histories                                                    by Members and Friends

            55.   Theatres of Horsham Part 1                   by Gerry Kennedy & tan Ballinger
            56.   Members Theatrettes                          by Fred
            57.   Camden Theatre, South Caulfield              by Brian Miller, lan Hansen & Gerry Kennedy
            58.   Grosvenor Theatre, Melbourne                 by John Holloway

            Victorian News                                                                   by Bannister

            Bundoora       The Agora Cinema has now reopened.

            Cheltenham     The former Memorial is up for sale. Is being offered for any type of use.

            Cobram         Melba opened on with 2 saeens on Thursday May 8th, the same day as the Melbourne
                           Crown casino. Watch out Crown.

            Elsternwick    Classic Theatre refurbished and re-opened. New operator says they will add three extra screens.

            Elwood         Broadway Theatre is now Broadway apartments. Still two left. Price Includes ghosts of past.

            Footscray      The former Barkly has been further damaged by fire in the upstairs foyer area.

            Melbourne      Walter Burley Griffin's Capitol is up for sale or lease.

            Melbourne      Including the metropolitan area, Melbourne now has 230 screens.

            Melbourne      Sunset Boulevard closing at the Regent after 7 /, months. They say  (whoever  "they•  are)
                           that films will be shown at the Regent, until the opening of the next live show.

            Mlldura        The Deakin Cinema has 4 screens.

            Preston        Hoyts Northland have started expanding to an extra 4 screens.

            Preston West   The former Rivoll sold to one of the existing partners.

            Shepparton     Capri will have two extra screens.

            Melbourne      South bank Crown Village 14 screens opened, plus some live theatres (more later). Will screen
                           for 24 hours a day, every day

            Coming Events

            June 22nd  Regular meeting at the Carlton Moviehouse, with films and new serial following.

            July 27th   Annual swap meeting & films, followed by a lunch and Inspection of the former 1940's CentraV
                       Ritz/Cairo Cinema, now the Lithuanian Community Centre, at 44 Errol Street. North Melbourne.
                       See notice sent out with the June Agenda. Contact Brian Miller for reservations for lunch.

            August 24  Regular meeting at the Carlton Moviehouse
            October 26  Regular meeting at the Carlton Moviehouse
                          Melbourne International Film & Video Festival -June 27 & 28
            I                  Victorian College of the Arts - Grant Street Theatre                         I
            I                              234 St Kilda Road, Melbourne                                     I
            I           Tickets:  Contact Harvey Hutchison  BUS: 9534-3467  A.H. 9531·4969                  I
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