Royal Theatre Quirindi
|0267 46 1755|
|115 Henry Street|
Quirindi NSW 2343
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The Royal Theatre in Quirindi began showing its first films in 1930 and continued for the next 76 years. While patronage was patchy at times, it was with great disappointment to the community that the last movie was shown in 2006 by the then owners who had spent considerable time and effort over the years to bring the big screen to Quirindi.
In 2008 the Liverpool Plains Shire Council purchased the building with the aim of restoring it to its former glory and grants from four different funding bodies were obtained to enable the project to proceed.
More than 50 volunteers also donated their time to clean up and paint the theatre to assist in keeping costs within budget. On April 13 2010 the Quirindi Royal Theatre officially opened and the following month the first live theatre performance was staged to a full house.
With the assistance of one of the Theatre’s former owners, John Mitchell, a group of volunteers was trained to operate the projection equipment and in the first week of September the Theatre resumed screening movies.
Movies are now held every fortnight and on other weekends a variety of events are staged from live theatre to musical performances, school plays and fund raising activities.
The Theatre is operated by volunteers and the community has rediscovered a timeless treasure.
Open during events and film screenings and open by appointment please call (02)6746 1755
Movie Ticket Prices
Adult Tickets – $12.00
Children 12 Years and under- $7.00