submitted by Peter Makarthis on 29.05.2004
The refuburbished Roxy theatre is now officially opened. This is an outstanding tribute to the pioneering Greeks who established the Theatre in 1936. The restoration program has cost in excess $800,000(AUD)patrially funded by the Commonweath and NSW Sate Government grants with a large percentage of the costs being injected by Bingaga Shire Council.
Premier Carr announced a further grant of $40.000 for restoration of the roof.
This building is a must see for all Greeks travelling through NSW and is to be considered a national landmark of the pioneering Kytherians in Australia
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