Formerly operated by Republic Theatres under the name 'Trak Cinema' until it's untimely closure earlier this year in January, the new and improved Trak CineCentre has been open for business since mid-April.
New lessee and operator Adam Towill has breathed new life into Trak CineCentre, refurbishing the interiors with a fresh lick of paint, technical upgrades and a fully-stocked candy bar.
The Trak Cinema was originally established in the mid-1970s as an independent cinema specialising in art-house films, being the only cinema in Adelaide to screen European and non-Hollywood productions once upon a time.
As well as showing a variety of mainstream popular new-releases, Trak CineCentre are also paying tribute to their art-house film roots by showing alternative films, documentaries and "Trak Classics" on a regular basis.
Trak CineCentre recently kicked off their Trak Classics series with a special screening of 'West Side Story', the 1961 award-winning musical adaption of the classic romantic tragedy 'Romeo and Juliet' starring Natalie Wood and Richard Beymer.
Faithfully presented on the big screen, this limited engagement delighted audiences at Trak CineCentre on Wednesday June 5 at 10:30am, Friday June 7 at 7:30pm and Sunday June 9 at 2:00pm. Tickets to any Trak Classics session are $15 and include coffee, tea and refreshments prior and during intermission for each showing.
Boasting three authentic old-time cinema rooms, audiences young and old can soak up the cinematic atmosphere at Trak CineCentre. Open Tuesday to Sunday throughout the day and late into the evening, be sure to pay the revamped Trak CineCentre in Toorak Gardens a visit!