Astor Theatre

Astor Theatre

The Astor Theatre is movie lover’s paradise, offers something unique for all locals and visitors of Melbourne. From the theatre’s unique architecture to its projection rooms, you will love the Astor Theatre.

No wonder, this one of a kind theatre is often referred to as the “living museum of cinema”.

The Astor Theatre St Kilda, Melbourne Seating Plan

For those new to the Astor Theatre, it is a classic old-style cinema with single a screen – located in the inner-city suburb of St Kilda.

The theatre has played a significant role in entertainment since 1913. Later on though, the theatre was closed and bought by a motor garage. After its acquisition by George Florence in 1983, the theatre was once again opened to the public.

Even today, this century-old venue features a captivating interior with exotic furnishings, crimson drapes, vintage chairs and chandeliers.

While in St Kilda or even the city, make sure you visit this iconic theatre. Check out their current movie calendar to learn what movies are just around the corner. Most of their movies include newly released art-house films, as well as retro double features.

Seating plans will vary based on the type and size of each event, but here is an example of a past event held at the Astor Theatre in Melbourne.

Astor Theatre Information

1 Chapel St,
St Kilda, VIC
 Operating Hours:
The Astor Theatre usually opens one hour before the advertised start–time for the first feature of the day.
Unless noted otherwise, the box–office will opens at 1pm on a Sunday and at 6:30pm Monday to Saturday (closed Tuesdays).
Phone: (03) 9510 1414
 Ticket Prices/Admission:
Double Features:
Adult: $16
Concession: $15.50

Second Feature Only:
All Tickets: $15.50

Mon/Wed: $12
Thurs: $13

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