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Star Theatre Launceston - Art Deco Cinema - Arthouse Movies Tasmania
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Art Deco Theatre & Independent Cinema In Launceston, Tasmania

WELCOME TO THE STAR THEATRE!

Click on the film posters above for more information or click on the session times below to book tickets. Alternatively you can book tickets by clicking here, or by purchasing them at our counter. And remember, there are no online booking fees at The Star!

Johnny English Strikes Again is the third installment of the Johnny English comedy series, with…

A high school boy stumbles across a secret journal in a hospital one day. He…

Double header with The Lorax Project and The Dawn Wall. The Lorax Project – Six…

After visiting 2015, Marty McFly must repeat his visit to 1955 to prevent disastrous changes…

Sun 21
Main screen6:15 pm

Middle Aged Men In Lycra! At last, the love that can finally be shared --…

Tue 23
Main screen6:00 pm

In the heartwarming live action adventure Disney’s “Christopher Robin,” the young boy who shared countless…

Wed 24
Main screen10:00 am

Set in the summer of 1959, when the impact of European migration and the rise…

Wed 24
Main screen12:00 pm

Juliet, Naked is the story of Annie, the long-suffering girlfriend of Duncan, and her unlikely…

Wed 24
Main screen2:05 pm

One of the most popular movie musicals of all time, The Sound of Music is…

Sun 28
Main screen2:45 pm

Phoenix officeworker Marion Crane is fed up with the way life has treated her. She…

Wed 31
Main screen6:00 pm

A young boy kills his sister on Halloween of 1963, and is sent to a…

Wed 31
Main screen8:00 pm

Inspired by a true story, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is the new award-winning five-star hit…

Sat 24
Main screen8:00 pm

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ABOUT THE STAR THEATRE

HISTORY

HISTORY

The Star Theatre is one of the finest examples of art-deco cinema architecture in Australia and one of very few of its kind, still in existence. Designed by Tasmanian born architect, Guy Crick, it was opened on the 5th October 1937.

OUR VISION

OUR VISION

Three Launceston locals have a grand vision that they are working hard to make a reality. Andrew Quaile, Ben Davis and Paul Lee-Archer grew up together in Launceston and have long dreamt of opening a cinema in their home town.

CONTACT

CONTACT

Do you remember The Star and have any interesting stories, photos or memories you would like to share with us? Do you have any memorabilia we could video or photograph? Please get in touch with us today! We’d love to hear from you.

STAR THEATRE IN THE NEWS

Article by Holly Monery first appeared in The Examiner   New life will be brought to the Star Theatre after the redevelopment plans were approved by the City of Launceston at its meeting on Monda...

This article by Tamara McDonald first appeared in The Examiner. Photo above: Former Star Theatre employee Peter Bomford with film posters and an original sign from the theatre. Pictures: Scott Gelsto...

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