Menora Theatre and Picture Gardens

362 Walcott Street,
Menora, WA 6050

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The Menora Picture Gardens of 362 Walcott Street, Mt Lawley, WA were built by Abraham Machlin with a seating capacity of 1100, opening with council approval on January 18 1947.

The Menora Picture Gardens of 362 Walcott Street, Mt Lawley, WA were built by Abraham Machlin with a seating capacity of 1100, opening with council approval on January 18 1947. A packed house enjoyed the Gene Tierney feature film “Laura”, supported by “Four Jills in a Jeep”. The theatre was named after the “Menorah”, a candelabra used in the religious rituals of Judaism.

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