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his Charlestown cinema seems to offer plenty of advance screenings, a sneaky way to see next week’s hottest blockbuster before everybody else. Fan First Premieres make sure that loyal moviegoers get the good seats, and Prams at the Pix are baby-friendly too.
Those are just a few of the ways in which this NSW outlet goes above and beyond to reward its customers. Another is the neat and visually striking lobby, with rounded ceiling motifs that might remind you of the swinging sixties just a tad. Hoyts’ traditional colour palette of movie-theatre black and striking red lines the carpets and your illuminated steps into each theatre.
In 2011, when the cinema was already a few decades old, its modest six theatres were all rejuvenated, and they remain full of clean recliner seats and wide, state-of-the-art screens. If those comfy conveniences and the promise of a licensed cinema bar is tempting, you may get good value by signing up for the cinema’s club, for future discounts that’ll entice you back again and again.
Getting Here, Map & Parking
The 11, 14, 262, 263, 28, and 99 bus lines all have stops close to Charlestown’s Hoyts cinema: Charlestown Road itself has a few nearby stops within a reasonable walking distance to the theatre.
There is plenty of parking available, some of it undercover and all for free. The covered parking is available as you drive down the cinema’s driveway and head to the left.