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Cine
“The Regal Theatre was originally known as the Chelsea Cinema, the theatre was designed for the National Picture Theatre chain by South Australian theatre architect Chris A Smith and opened on 24 November 1925. It originally presented silent films and pantomimes accompanied by the Princess Theatre Orchestra. After National Theatres went into liquidation, the cinema was purchased by the Waterman family who renovated it in the Art Deco style, reopening the cinema in 1941 as the Ozone. In 1951 Hoyts purchased the cinema. Cinema Scope was installed in 1955 and a new, wider proscenium was placed in front of the 1941 version. By 1964 many suburban cinemas were in financial trouble. The Ozone was about to be demolished for a service station when the Burnside Council purchased it for the community. Wallis Theatres took over the lease in 1971 and it was renamed the Chelsea. The Chelsea Cinema was included on the South Australian Heritage Register in 1983 ”
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Supermercado
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“Food shopping, bottle shop, pharmacy, bakery, butcher, news agency, post office”
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Restaurante
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“Good for take away and eat in plus BYO . Not cheap but reasonable Indian food ”
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Route
“Buses about 15 min into Adelaide's Victoria Square and Currie Street. Buses are pretty regular. 1300 311 108 is the Adelaide Metro Infocentre. Take H21 bus: Norwood Parade to Adelaide N. Tce. ”
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