The Labia Theatre
A quirky, independent cinema house that generally shows art house films. It still has the original foyer.
Old school theatre. Grab a glass of wine or sangria and some popcorn and enjoy a movie
Here is the only Privately Owned Cinema where you can sit outside with a drink and then decide at any stage of the 4 showing times what you can see at the most reasonable price. Its so cute here in this little art deco theatre. There are 4 so lots to choose from. They show local and international…
The Labia Theatre is the oldest Independent Art-Repertory Cinema in South Africa, showing independent movies, foreign films, historical cinema and other alternative and art circuit films. Enjoy quality independent movies at reasonable admission prices in our four characteristic screens at 68 Orange…
Named after the Countess Labia, this art deco period cinema is one of the last remaining independent art cinemas in the country, fiercely supported by locals. Go there for an old-fashioned movie experience, where you can enjoy art movies while sipping on a glass of wine.
A small independent movie theater on Orange street, with a charming outside seating area for drinks
This local cinema is a gem. It shows current films but also hosts a number of film festivals throughout the year. There's also a great space outside to enjoy a drink before your movie.
A really lovely old school cinema. A Cape Town establishment. It's the oldest Independent Art Repertory Cinema in South Africa. They let you take alcoholic beverages inside!
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