An edition of the nightly 15-minute Network Ten current affairs program Telescope, featuring a story on the last days of the Prince Edward Theatre in Castlereagh Street, Sydney.
Children with their dogs gather outside the Orpheum Theatre in North Sydney and the nearby Cremorne Orpheum on Military Road, Cremorne in Sydney.
A short film segment with inter-titles highlighting the benefits of the newly rebuilt North Sydney Orpheum Theatre.
The Roxy Theatre in Leeton, NSW, photographed at night, date unknown.
This silent newsreel from 30 July 1948 shows Sir Laurence Olivier and his wife Vivien Leigh attending a charity matinee of Hamlet (Laurence Olivier, UK, 1948) at the Embassy Theatre in Syd
The first public film screening in South Australia took place at the Theatre Royal in Hindley Street, Adelaide in October 1896.
The interior of the Ambassadors Theatre in Perth, Western Australia showing seating in the upper circle.
A newsreel clip about a special preview of the film King Rat (Bryan Forbes, USA, 1965) at the Barclay Theatre in Melbourne.
Crowds of people line the footpath and cross the street outside the State Theatre in Sydney for a nighttime screening of A Town Like Alice, circa 1956.
A Movietone News newsreel story about the premiere of the Oscar-winning In Old Chicago (Henry King, USA, 1937) at the Regent Theatre in Sydney on 21 May 1938.