The UK’s leading producer of world-class opera, the English National Opera (ENO), present their 2015 season of magical performances in Australia cinemas for the very first time as part of the ENO Screen season.
Performed in English by the stars of the ENO, productions are filmed live at the London Coliseum theatre in stunning multi-camera HD to capture the distinctive majesty of the ENO performances.
THE LIST –UPDATED 25th October 2017 – SYDNEY ARTS GUIDE presents the complete list of all available Cinema Venues within THE CITY OF SYDNEY area, and in the many SUBURBS OF SYDNEY including many of the small cinema screening room venues. The many locations where Australian and Hollywood Motion Picture Films are screened, and where many exhibitors also regularly screen World Movies:-
Darling Harbour Imax Cinema (currently closed during 2017-2018 for re-construction and full conversion into two IMAX cinema screens) CITY OF SYDNEY area, located at 31 Wheat Road, Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW Tel: (02) 9281-3300 with one screen, located on the waterfront in the heart of Sydney’s Darling Harbour. The minimum size of an IMAX screen is 22 m × 16.1 m (72 ft × 53 ft), Sydney used to have the world’s largest IMAX screen which was eight storeys high and measured 35.7 m x 29.7 m (117.1 ft x 97.4 ft) and offered a vertigo inspiring experience, plus this was also the world’s largest cinema screen. (Venue Seating Capacity = 540) https://www.imax.com.au/
Sydney Event Cinemas CITY OF SYDNEY CBD, street level at 505-525 George Street, Sydney, NSW Tel: (02) 9273-7300 with seventeen screens including Vmax Cinemas and Gold Class Cinemas (Venue Seating Capacity = *** ) http://www.eventcinemas.com.au/