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A Night at the Tudor! Come and be seen at the Remuera theatre...


Dress up in the period of 1920s to the 1970s when the Remuera Tudor theatre provided entertainment for Remueraites. Get out your furs and hats, suits and costumes for an elegant night at the movies. 

Come and see the hit film comedy of 1925 - The Adventures of Algy

From director Beaumont Smith about a “silly ass” Englishman who inherits a sheep station in New Zealand and meets and falls in love with a great New Zealand girl Kiwi McGill. 

When: Friday 9th June 2017 at 7pm 

Where: St Mark’s Church hall, 95 Remuera Road 

Refreshments provided from 7pm and during the intermission 

Prizes for best dressed male and female in period costume. 

Tickets: $20 for members; $25 for non-members; $12 for students & children.

RSVP for catering purposes to Annette Jackman at or phone 523-3614

Payment by online bank deposit is preferred - Account 06-0257-0198761-00 Remuera Heritage Inc. 

The Tudor theatre opened in June 1926, at 333 Remuera Rd, owned by Fuller Hayward Theatres Corporation and F.G. Mumford. The interior was mostly in a Tudor style with lots of dark wood and Tudor rose emblems, with the exterior illuminated by floodlights at night. It seated 1066 people and was the centre of social life in Remuera until it closed in 1972. It was demolished in 1980, to be replaced by the Tudor Mall.


Tudor Theatre Remuera MOTAT 13-2233 1930.   Tudor Theatre at night 1930s J G McGuire Walsh Memorial Library MOTAT