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Piccadilly Arcade

An Art Deco style shopping arcade connecting Hay Street to Murray Street in the heart of the city, Piccadilly Arcade was designed by architect William T. Leighton for mining magnate Claude de Bernales.
The theatre and arcade opened in 1938 and in 1984 both the theatre and the arcade underwent a significant refurbishment and won an architectural award from the Royal Australian Institute of Architecture (WA Chapter) in 1986.
The theatre and arcade are both classified by the National Trust of Australia and are included on the State Heritage Register.
Although the cinema closed for business in 2013, the arcade remains alive with a vibrant mix of speciality shops.

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