Hoyts Blacktown

17 Patrick Street,
Sydney, NSW 2148

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Operated by: Hoyts Cinemas

Previously operated by: Village Cinemas

Functions: Movies (First Run)

Previous Names: Village Twin, Village 4, Hoyts 4, Hoyts Blacktown 10

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Hoyts Blacktown

Located in the outer west Sydney suburb of Blacktown. The Village Twin was opened on 23rd March 1974. It had 400-seats in each screen. On 15th December 1994 it was renamed Village 4. In 1996 it was taken over by Hoyts and renamed Hoyts 4. It was closed on 1st December 2004 and was demolished.

The 10-screen Hoyts Blacktown opened with 2,600-seats. Part of Westfield(Blacktown) Shopping Centre. It has since expanded to 15-screens

Contributed by David Coppock

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peteadam2 on November 23, 2016 at 7:45 pm

In the late 70’s and 80’s there was a Village Twin attached to the centre on Kildare Street. When Village sold its interests in NSW, I assume it was knocked down and the larger Hoyts opened

davidcoppock on April 26, 2020 at 2:17 am

Opened on 21/3/1974 as Village Twin(2 screens – 400 sears for each screen), at 4/17 Patrick Street, Blacktown. Renamed Village 4 on 15/12/1994. Taken over by Hoyts in 1996 and renamed Hoyts 4. Closed on 1/12/2004 and demolished to make way for the new Hoyts multiplex(10 screens),(2600 seats) in Westpoint Shopping Centre(level 4), Cinema 5 had the biggest screen in Australia at the time(28m by 12.5m). The address now is 17 Patrick Street, Blacktown. Digital projection installed(date unknown?)

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