Information for this tour was contributed by Ken Roe.
Originally opened as the Astor, it closed in the 1950's and was converted into a storehouse. It re-opened in 1968 screening foreign films and by 1970 was known as the Filmor screening English language films again. In 1972 it was re-named the New Arts Cinema and began occasional live show use. In 1989 it became the Valhalla and was twinned in 1995 remaining today as a popular suburban Sydney art house cinema.
February 2004 photos from the Ken Roe collection.
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