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This small duo cinema may not have the biggest screens or the most comfortable seats. But consistently the movies shown are of very good quality. No Nic office disaster smash hits. You can get a good coffee while waiting. Or a nice glass of vino.
This is an Arthouse Cinema and rarely have we seen a poor movie here. Only 2 cinemas. One mid size one quite small. But seating is comfortable and if there isn’t a major football or cricket game nearby then parking is pretty easy. Recommended
Set on Oxford St, dont be confused with its sister cinema Verona, this golden oldie is a gem on its own. I was privleged enough to be a part of the British Film Festival in which Palace were playing all the Agatha Christie Who Dunnits...More
Date of experience: November 2017
Thank Charlie K
Named after its London namesake, the suburb of Paddington showcases streets lined with restored Victorian terrace houses with very distinctive features, like high ceilings and cast-iron balconies. It is home to some of Sydney’s most prestigious art galleries, including the Wagner Art Gallery and the Butler Good Gallery, as well as the tourist attraction, Paddington Markets, located in the grounds
surrounding the Paddington Uniting Church and Paddington Public School. Paddington is a hub for high-end shopping featuring famous contemporary Australian designers, as well as up-market spas. Foodies are drawn to Paddington for well-known Australian chefs, modern and traditional Italian food, fantastic coffee, passionate brewers and even handmade chocolates.