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submitted by Peter Makarthis on 28.03.2013

Princess Theatre, Launceston, Tasmania

Mareeno Lucas (Lekatsas) Princess Theatre, Brisbane Street Launceston, built in 1911has played a key role in the cultural life of Launcestion for over a century. The establishment and success of this theatre is the inspiration for theatres established by Greeks in Northern NSW including J.K.Capitol Theatres at Moree, Inverell and Tamworth also the Roxy Theatre at Bingara NSW.
Launceston City Council (Tasmania) and the Gwydir Shire Council (NSW) are to be congratulated for securing these cultural ...

21131:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 26.03.2013

How the milkshake shook up our cafes

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney), March 25. Page 30

Milk Bar interior, Martin Place, Sydney NSW in 1934. Photo courtesy L. Keldoulis

Saturday treats in a small town used to be simple affairs: freshly-cut ham and tomato on soft white bread, accompanied by icy strawberry milk-shakes in fluted stainless-steel mugs, enjoyed in a booth of mahogany-veneer benches around a faded red laminex table. As they fried chips, cut sandwiches and turned hamburgers, the Castellorizian proprietors ...

21130:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 26.03.2013

Milk bars and rock music: Living the American dream in a Greek cafe

Sydney Morning Herald, March 25, 2013, pages 10 & 11

Anna Patty
State Political Reporter

Photograph: Peter (Beneto) and Jack (Ioannis) Veneris at the Blue Bird Cafe, Lockhart NSW in 2002 Photo Effy Alexakis


Early Greek migrants introduced Australians to American food well before they felt confident enough to treat them to their home-cooked moussaka.

They opened cafes with names such as the Paragon, Olympia and Parthenon, serving ...

21129:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 25.03.2013

Milk bars and rock music: Living the American dream in a Greek cafe

Sydney Morning Herald, March 25, 2013, pages 10 & 11

Anna Patty
State Political Reporter

Photograph: The Demise of the Garden of Roses Cafe, Canowindra NSW. Photo Effy Alexakis

Early Greek migrants introduced Australians to American food well before they felt confident enough to treat them to their home-cooked moussaka.

They opened cafes with names such as the Paragon, Olympia and Parthenon, serving US and British cuisine. They became ...

21128:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 25.03.2013

Milk bars and rock music: Living the American dream in a Greek cafe

Sydney Morning Herald, March 25, 2013, pages 10 & 11

Anna Patty
State Political Reporter

Photograph: Cominos Refreshment Rooms, Warwick QLD in the 1920s. Photo courtesy of T. Samios

Early Greek migrants introduced Australians to American food well before they felt confident enough to treat them to their home-cooked moussaka.

They opened cafes with names such as the Paragon, Olympia and Parthenon, serving US and British cuisine. They ...

21123:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George C Comino on 23.03.2013

Reflections of a Journey into the Past

George Christie Comino

The Greek Café


As a first generation Greek Australian (Kytherian decent) I spent my childhood in the beautiful country city of Armidale in the State of NSW.

My father (Christie Peter Comino) had been in partnership with his elder brother (George Peter Comino - my godfather ‘Nono’) since 1910 when they bought the then Central Oyster Saloon (later known as the IXL Café) from the Cordato Brothers in Armidale.

21095:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Bingara Advocate on 11.03.2013

Order of AHEPA members find plenty to smile about at the Roxy

The top photo on this page from the Bingara Advocate, Wednesday, March 6, 2013, page 6, show the members of the Australasian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, AHEPA delegation who visited Bingara’s Roxy Theatre complex recently.

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21078:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 05.03.2013

Peter McCarthy, from the Roxy Museum Committee

taking a small group of AHEPAN's on a tour of the Roxy Complex.

At the time of the visit of 47 members of AHEPA, Sydney, to the Roxy Complex, Bingara

The visit of AHEPA to Bingara

On the 23rd February, 2013, a 47 strong contingent , mostly members of the Australasian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, (AHEPA), travelled by coach, on a Greek-Australian ...

21077:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 05.03.2013

John Coulton, adressing the gathering of members of AHEPA and guests

At the time of the visit of 47 members of AHEPA, Sydney, to the Roxy Complex, Bingara

The visit of AHEPA to Bingara

On the 23rd February, 2013, a 47 strong contingent , mostly members of the Australasian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, (AHEPA), travelled by coach, on a Greek-Australian pilgrimage and heritage tour to visit the Roxy Complex, Bingara.

21076:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 05.03.2013

The Roxy Cinema, laid out for the evening meal

At the time of the visit of 47 members of AHEPA, Sydney, to the Roxy Complex, Bingara

The visit of AHEPA to Bingara

On the 23rd February, 2013, a 47 strong contingent , mostly members of the Australasian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, (AHEPA), travelled by coach, on a Greek-Australian pilgrimage and heritage tour to visit the Roxy Complex, Bingara.

21073:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 05.03.2013

Four more visitors and guests of the AHEPA visit to the Roxy complex, Bingara

Left to right: Bill & Koula Cassimatis, Violet and George Comino. (All Kytherians).

Visit of 47 members of AHEPA, Sydney, to the Roxy Complex, Bingara

The visit of AHEPA to BingaraOn the 23rd February, 2013, a 47 strong contingent , mostly members of the Australasian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, (AHEPA), travelled by coach, on a Greek-Australian pilgrimage ...

21072:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 05.03.2013

Visitors and guests of the AHEPA group that visited the Roxy complex, Bingara

Left to right: Deanna McCarthy, Matina Kastrissios, Despina Fatseas. (All Kytherians).

Visit of 47 members of AHEPA, Sydney, to the Roxy Complex, Bingara

The visit of AHEPA to BingaraOn the 23rd February, 2013, a 47 strong contingent , mostly members of the Australasian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, (AHEPA), travelled by coach, on a Greek-Australian ...

21071:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 04.03.2013

TIMELINE - The Roxy complex, Bingara

Download a .pdf version of the Timeline, The Roxy complex, Bingara, here:

Roxy Bingara - Historical Timeline.pdf

1920 Emanuel Aroney (from the village of Aroniadika, Kythera) arrives in Australia

1921 Peter Feros (from the village of Mitata, Kythera) arrives in Australia

1923 George Psaltis (from the village of Frilingianika, Kythera) arrives in Australia

21069:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 04.03.2013

John Theodoridis presenting John Coulton with a cheque from AHEPA

as their contribution towards the design and completion of the Roxy Museum, Bingara. John Theodoridis is the Grand President of AHEPA, NSW, and John Coulton is the Mayor of Gwydir Shire Council.

This occurred during the visit of 47 members of AHEPA, Sydney, to the Roxy Complex, Bingara

The visit of AHEPA to Bingara

On the 23rd February, 2013, a 47 strong contingent , mostly members of the Australasian ...

21068:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 04.03.2013

Con Fardouli. The Master of Ceremonies for the AHEPA visit evening dinner

Con ran a cafe for many decades in the neighbouring town of Inverell. He was one of the stars of the ABC Landline program.

Visit of 47 members of AHEPA, Sydney, to the Roxy Complex, Bingara

The visit of AHEPA to Bingara

On the 23rd February, 2013, a 47 strong contingent , mostly members of the Australasian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, ...

21067:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 05.03.2013

Members of the AHEPA group that visited Bingara outside the Roxy Cinema entry

Left to right: l

Niki Kounafis, Helen Thomas, Despina Vanos, Helen Katsaros, Katina Stavrianos, Litsa Diakovasilis, Toula Plessi

Back row: Nita Poulos, Matina Comino


Visit of 47 members of AHEPA, Sydney, to the Roxy Complex, Bingara

The visit of AHEPA to Bingara

On the 23rd February, 2013, a 47 strong contingent , mostly members of the Australasian ...

21066:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 04.03.2013

John Theodoridis, Grand President of AHEPA, NSW presenting Peter Prineas

curator of the Roxy Museum, with a plaque to commemorate the visit of the order of AHEPA to the Roxy complex, Bingara.

The visit of AHEPA to Bingara

On the 23rd February, 2013, a 47 strong contingent , mostly members of the Australasian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, (AHEPA), travelled by coach, on a Greek-Australian pilgrimage and heritage tour to visit ...

21065:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 05.03.2013

John Theodoridis, Grand President of AHEPA, NSW

delivering his speech to AHEPAN's and guests, during the visit of 47 members of Australasian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, (AHEPA), Sydney, to the Roxy Complex, Bingara.

Short Biography of John Theodoridis, Grand President of AHEPA, NSW

Born in Greece in 1957 and migrated to Australia at the age of 11 in 1969.

Completed Secondary Schooling ...

21062:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 03.03.2013

Peter Prineass' Address to AHEPA NSW, Roxy Theatre, Bingara

The visit occurred on the 23rd February, 2013.

Peter Prineas OAM, is Patron of the Bingara Roxy and Curator of the Roxy Museum.

Speech:

Thank you members of AHEPA NSW for coming to Bingara to see the Roxy Cinema and Cafe and to hear about the Roxy Museum, a work in progress.

I have the honour of being the first curator of this Museum ...

21061:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 03.03.2013

Peter McCarthy's speech, delivered during the visit of 47 AHEPAN's to the Roxy Complex, Bingara

The visit occurred on the 23rd February, 2013. Peter is a valued member of the Roxy Museum Committee, Bingara, and a long term Roxyphile.

Speech:

Mayor Coulton, distinguished visitors, ladies and gentlemen.
Kαλωσόρισατε στο Roxy
To our distinguished visitors we welcome you to the Roxy Theatre.

Thank you Con, on behalf of ...