The Saraton Theatre Grafton is a heritage-listed Theatre in Grafton N.S.W originally built in the 1920’s and fully restored 10 years ago. It operates as a three Cinema Complex as well as a Theatre for Live performances seating up to 900 people.
The Saraton is Australia’s largest and oldest theatre and cinema.
A National Trust top award winning restored 1926 iconic theatre, the Saraton is the best location for live theatre, concerts, conventions, school activities and fundraising. Live Acts to play include Amy Shark, Jon Stevens , comedians Luke Kidgell, Anh Do , and many more .See the website
for a list of their events.
In the centre of Grafton; close to shops, hotels, motels and plenty of parking.
In addition to the main theatre, there are two more cinemas with stadium seating (150 seats) that have been built adjacent making it a Triple Cinema Complex.
All three cinemas feature digital wide screen projection, hyper acoustic surround sound, wheelchair access for disabled patrons, air conditioning and hearing aid loops for those with impaired hearing.
Come in and enjoy the hand-made choc tops and freshly cooked popcorn. Check the website for further information.