RMIT Capitol Theatre

The Capitol Theatre has come a long way since its grand opening back in 1924. While this single-screen cinema no longer screens any new-releases, it does serve as a dazzling venue for film festivals and special events. In 1999 it was bought by RMIT University.

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RMIT Capitol Theatre details

113 Swanston St

Melbourne 3000

Nearby Stations: Flinders Street

Telephone 03 9650 4017

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