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Sydney’s Palace Verona Cinema in Paddington to close and reopen in Moore Park Entertainment Quarter

Sydney’s Palace Verona Cinema in Paddington to close and reopen in Moore Park Entertainment Quarter
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A popular Sydney cinema is preparing to turn off its projectors and shut its doors after 27 “cherished” years of screenings.

The Palace Cinemas chain will close its Verona venue on Oxford St early next year, marking the end of the Paddington institution.

Palace Cinemas CEO Benjamin Zeccola cited a planned redevelopment and new building management in January as the reason for Verona’s closure.

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The Oxford St building Verona currently calls home was sold in 2021, with the space to be transformed into a six-storey development featuring new retail and creative spaces, a rooftop bar, offices and entertainment areas.

But while the art-house legacy is drawing the curtain closed, it has found a new home “just a stone’s throw away” at Moore Park’s Entertainment Quarter.

Zeccola shared the news with a “blend of nostalgia and excitement”, saying Verona was “more than just a cinema” for movie lovers.

“It’s been a community, a gathering place, and a haven for film enthusiasts for over 27 years,” he said.

Entertainment Quarter is already home to a HOYTS Cinema, but Zeccola says Palace will be dedicated to art-house and international cinema, rather than big-name blockbusters.

“We would like to express our deepest gratitude for the countless memories created at Palace Verona,” he said.

“Your patronage has been the driving force behind our passion for cinema, and we look forward to welcoming you to our new home at the Entertainment Quarter.”

Hollywood icon Nicole Kidman cut the ribbon at Verona’s grand opening in 1996.

Twenty-seven years later, Zeccola is committed to ensuring the cinema’s spirit lives on at its new home.

Zeccola believes the shift to Palace Moore Park in early February will bolster the cinema’s offering, with larger screens and additional seating capacity, as well as surrounding dining choices.

The Entertainment Quarter also has additional parking and extensive public transport options.

“Thank you for being an integral part of the Palace Cinemas family,” Zeccola said.

“We look forward to creating many more unforgettable moments with you at Palace Moore Park.”

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