CAARP
Cinema and Audience Research Project

Login →

Star / Thebarton Town Hall

Venue Summary
Name Star / Thebarton Town Hall
Address 114 Henley Beach Road, Thebarton, South Australia 5031
Operation Dates 1928-06-11 - 1965-07-03
Capacity 1824
Suburban/Country Suburb
Purpose Hall
Screens 1
Roles
1928-06-11 - 1965-07-03 : Unknown : D Clifford Theatres Limited
Venue Comments

"Although the new building was constructed for the Thebarton Council, who also paid for it, it was in fact a structure designed and built primarily as a theatre for screening films, however it also had to have a stage large enough to accommodate 300 children for Sunday School Anniversaries, as requested in a letter from the Town Clerk to the architects."
J. Thiele and Ross Lange, Thanks for the Memory, p. 61.

References
Film Weekly, Film Weekly: motion picture directory, Film Weekly, Sydney. 1950/1.

114 Henley Beach Road

Venue Events
Event Date Name of Venue Address Latitude /
Longitude
Capacity Suburban Purpose Screens
1928-06-11 Star Thebarton 114 Henley Beach Road
Thebarton
South Australia 5031
-34.9237595
138.56907
1824 Suburb Hall 1

Screenings

Screenings
Films Distributor Dates
Shakedown, The Universal Pictures 1929-04-27 - 1929-04-27
Mother Knows Best (Silent) Fox 1929-04-27 - 1929-04-27
Street Angel Fox 1929-05-01 - 1929-05-01
Kid's Clever, The Universal Pictures 1929-05-01 - 1929-05-01
Four Walls Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) 1929-05-04 - 1929-05-04
Take Me Home Paramount 1929-05-04 - 1929-05-04
Fleet's In, The Paramount 1929-05-08 - 1929-05-08
Name the Woman Australasian Films /UnionTheatres
Greater Australasian Films (GAF)
1929-05-08 - 1929-05-08
Last Warning, The Universal Pictures 1929-05-11 - 1929-05-11
Camera Man, The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) 1929-05-11 - 1929-05-11
Previous Page 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Next Page Total Entries 607, Total Pages 61