Menora Theatre and Picture Gardens

362 Walcott Street,
Menora, WA 6050

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Menora Theatre 340 Walcott Street, Menora, WA - Footnote

Menora Theatre 340 Walcott Street, Menora, WA - Footnote

Footnote - The “Menorah” is a multibranched candelabra used in Jewish religious ceremonies. The area now known as Menora was once part of Mount Lawley. It was included in the land originally granted to Charles Bourne in 1840, but the actual subdivision did not commence until the 1940s. The current name was chosen in 1954 and was influenced by the location of the Menora Theatre in Walcott Street. Quite simply the suburb was named after the Menora Picture Theatre, a tribute to the vision of Abraham Machlin and his family, “Pioneering Picture Show People”.

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