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We loved this boutique cinema hidden away in Elizabeth St in what used to the old Irish Club. The historic building has been preserved, the service was excellent and the cinema experience itself was wonderful. Think gold class. Will return again.
I just saw a movie in one of your Gold Class cinemas with my adult daughter. The theatre was warm and welcoming. The staff very friendly. The recliner chairs in Gold Class very comfortable and easy to use. There were also pillows available. We ordered...More
Formally home of the Irish Club, this is a beautiful building that has been transformed into a picture theatre.
There are remnants of the old bar (now the candy bar/ticket counter), the stained glass is still in place and the names of the rooms are...More
My wife and I came here after their recent renovations and were really impressed! The building is historic and beautiful, the seating and theatre was cozy and very comfortable (reclining seats a huge bonus) and the staff were very friendly and helpful. The ticket price...More
This building has recently been coverted to a cinema but apparently had been there for ages. I didn't even know.
I have been to see numerous movies since it's opening and it is much like many other Five Star Cinema chains out there such as...More
In all honesty, Was the best cinema I’ve ever been to. The seats were great quality and the whole layout of the room was amazing. Went to see a film at a decent time during school holidays and was only $9 which I thought was...More
What a lovely concept. The old Irish Club in Elizabeth Street is now a boutique picture theatre. The "Royal" suites are intimate and cosy creating an atmosphere akin to your lounge room at home, assuming yours is as tranquil as mine during movie time. In...More
First time visited. In the old Irish Club and lovely to see they've retained the old world charm. The cornices and wainscoting is still in great condition. Little things like instructions for the odd lift on the ground floor would benefit first timers. (It is...More