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back to listingKyogle Community Cinema (formerly Richmond Valley Cinemas)
After many many fundraisers during 2012/13 the cinema has been able to purchase a new digital projector allowing it to screen top rating latest movies as of October 2013. Come along and enjoy great movies in an airconditioned environment and enjoy nibbles from the candy bar.
For session times or other info visit http://www.kyoglecommunitycinema.com.au or phone the cinema on 66321888. The cinema is open on wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat & Sun, at various times, so please check their website for current session times and movie programme.
Admission prices; $14 adults, $12 concession/child. Candy bar facilities available, and some light meals.
Wednesday matineee offers free coffee in the Foyer.
The cinema in Bloore St, closed its doors in march 2011 after owner/operator Stuart Everatt & his wife Margaret announced their retirement. At the time the couple said they planned to sell the cinema complex. But community-based economic development organisation, Growing Kyogle was able to secure a three year lease of the complex to run the cinema as a community project.
Its aim is to provide people of Kyogle and district with an entertainment venue and provide employment and training for the town’s youth. It’s also hoped the cinema will become a tourist and visitor destination and will help promote local businesses and the area’s many attractions.
Small local cinema complex, 2 screens.
The Richmond Valley Cinema re-opened its doors as Kyogle Community Cinema on the 22nd March 2012.
Community group ‘Growing Kyogle’ will manage the facility as “Not for profit” organisation.
|Location||26 Bloore st, Kyogle 2474|
|Contact||02 66321 888 (movieline)|
|Price Range||$12 child/concession, $14 adult;|