Hoyts Plaza Theatre
5-7 Russell Street,
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Previously operated by: Hoyts Theatres
Architects: D.R. Dosetter
Functions: Cultural Center
Previous Names: Essendon Theatre
Located opposite the railway station in Essendon, a northern suburb of Melbourne. The Essendon Theatre opened in 1914, in what had originally been the Essendon Public Hall. Converted into a cinema by architect D.R. Dosetter, it was independently operated until April 1930.
From August 1935, it was taken over by Hoyts Theatres chain and was re-named Hoyts Plaza Theatre. The Hoyts Plaza Theatre was closed on 17th August 1959.
It was converted into a Ukranian Centre.
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