Located in the heart of Newtown on cosmopolitan King Street, Dendy Newtown offers you ten state-of-the-art cinemas in stylish comfort and surroundings.
We show the latest and best in quality movies, and offer a world of experiences for all cinema goers.
Head past the crowds to the priority queue to collect your tickets, then be invited into the exclusive Dendy Lounge bar. Here you can enjoy food from our seasonal gourmet menu, expertly matched with a selection of local and international beer and wine. It's the perfect environment to unwind before your movie.
Once inside the cinema, it’s all about comfort. Relax in the extra-wide leather seats with adjustable foot rests. Personal tables allow you to enjoy your tasty meal and beverages while you watch your movie.
Newtown Station is but a short jaunt to the cinema.
Plenty of buses travel along King Street and stop right outside the cinema.
Dendy Newtown has a paid parking car park limited to 20 available spaces.
All cinemas are wheelchair accessible. Please use the lift on the Ground Floor. Cinemas 1-4 are located on Level 1 and Cinemas 5-10 are located on Level 3. Accessible bathrooms are located on the Ground Floor and on Level 3.
For our hearing and vision impaired guests, Dendy offers accessible cinema so you can enjoy the entire cinematic experience via your own personal device and sit anywhere in the cinema. Please see staff at the box office to collect the equipment and note the equipment is subject to availability (you will need to leave a form of ID to ensure the safe return of the equipment). If you need any assistance with the set-up to the Closed Caption or Audio system, please ask a Dendy Cinemas team member and we will be happy to help.
Cooper makes his directorial debut with a remake of the classic story, as well as providing a major film role for Lady Gaga
The most dangerous mission in history.
Laurie Strode comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.
The remarkable story of iconoclastic fashion designer Vivienne Westwood as she fights to maintain her brand’s integrity, her principles and her legacy.
All roads lead here
Chronicles meth addiction and recovery through the eyes of a father who watches his son as he struggles with the disease.
There Are Enough Superheroes
The heir to the throne of a motorcycle club has to betray his president to save his brother’s life.
The brain sees what it wants to see.
A father and his estranged son must come together to hand deliver his daughter's wedding invitations to each guest as per local Palestinian custom
When we call war "peace", when propaganda is presented as the truth, and when we call hate "love", it is then that life begins to look like death. Donbass survives. Manuel practises hell.
Three Aussie boys are on a rocky path towards jail until they meet a rule-breaking jackaroo and join his legendary dog jumping team.
The foot-stomping, must-see movie event of the year – a celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury. The only thing more extraordinary than their music is his story.More Dates
The astonishing, break-out critical discovery of the Venice Film Festival where it was awarded Best Director and Best Debut Film, Xavier Legrand’s heart-stopping French drama charts a family’s struggles with the fallout of divorce, and the resulting impact on the two children.More Dates
In January 2015, American rock climbers Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson captivated the world with their effort to climb the Dawn Wall, a seemingly impossible 3,000 foot rock face in Yosemite National Park, California. The pair lived on the sheer vertical cliff for weeks, igniting a frenzy of global media attention.
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