The Tatler Arcade is a small shopping centre off St John Street opposite the former Lyceum Theatre.
The arcade takes it's name from the TATLER a newsreel cinema popular for it's family entertainment
which included cartoons additional to the main film.
The Tatler Opened 7 May 1958 and seated 300. It was renamed CINEMA ONE in 1970.
This theatre closed 1 August 1981 with the development of the Village Cinema Cinema complex in Brisbane Street down from The Kingsway.
Other Cinemas in Launceston included
PRINCESS 1911 - 1964
still operates as a live theatre
PLAZA 1932 - 1964
INVERMAY STAR 5 October 1937 - 26 July 1969
MAJESTIC 1956 - 1970
LILYDALE 1956 - 1970
VILLAGE DRIVE IN 1970 - ?
VILLAGE 1981 still operates
A CMAX is currently being planned for the Inveresk
Cafe Centro has had several names including The GIGI and the Capri Pizza Restaurant.Cafe Centro offers outdoor dining in the Tatler Arcade.The cafe was popular with
cinema patrons offering affordable family meals before the pictures plus milkshakes and sweets at Interval.
In 2002 the upstairs room was made available to Impulse Under Age Dance Parties a fundraiser to benefit the Sexual Assault Support Centre.
A convenient car park is situated at the end of the Tatler Arcade which is accessed from York Street.
Immediately opposite the car park is the Ludbrooks Arcade.