Cremorne is a relaxing and convenient location in Sydney’s north shore, and if you are not from this area, it offers an easy stop while travelling to and from the city area, to both Palm Beach or Manly. Besides the historic cinema for catching a movie, this is the perfect location for catching up with friends for a meal or a coffee.
The Cremorne Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace can be found at 380 Military Rd, Cremorne, and is a noteworthy piece of architecture. The cinema is located inside an art deco building and is maintained to showcase the 1935 design, which was created by George Kenworthy, the key theatrical architect of this time. He has presented Sydney with a dramatic and enigmatic building, that has maintained interest and relevance to the city until this day.
The Cremorne Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace features six theatres, each with its own colour scheme. The largest theatre, is the Orpheum, which seats 744 attendees. It is well worth making the trip, even from far away, just to view a film in this complex. Expect both mainstream and art-house films, and occasionally a different type of theatrical performance or special event.