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The Capitol re-launched

Following a multi-million-dollar refurbishment, The Capitol has relaunched this week.

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Marion's ceiling shines again

The re-launch of the Capitol allows an opportunity to revisit feminist history of architect Marion Mahoney Griffin.

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Viva Varda!

One of the first seasons at the revitalised Capitol will feature films by Agnés Varda.

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The Capitol re-launched

Following a multi-million-dollar refurbishment, The Capitol has relaunched this week.

Read the story

Marion's ceiling shines again

The re-launch of the Capitol allows an opportunity to revisit feminist history of architect Marion Mahoney Griffin.

Read the story

Viva Varda!

One of the first seasons at the revitalised Capitol will feature films by Agnés Varda.

Read the story

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