The Labia Theatre: What’s Showing this Week

The Labia Theatre: What’s Showing this Week

Good flicks, special screenings in an old-school bioscope.

Who needs supersonic surround sound, state-of-the-art visual technology and kilometre-long queues, when you can watch the latest flicks in the comfort of an old-fashioned bioscope that’s bursting with charm and old-world ambience? We’re talking about The Labia Theatre, which is particularly appealing if you feel like a low-key movie without the crazy crowds and mayhem of mainstream cinemas.

The Labia Theatre: Films

Friday — Thursday, 16 November — 22 November 2018
Screen 1 Screen 2 Screen 3 Screen 4
12pm —
A Star is Born
(Except Wed/Thurs)
11.30am —
The Children Act
12pm —
Life Itself
12pm —
First Man
2.45pm —
A Star is Born
1.45pm —
Juliet, Naked
2.30pm —
Kanarie
2.45pm —
Widows
4pm —
The Children Act
6pm —
A Star is Born
(Except Mon)
6.15pm —
Juliet, Naked
6pm —
Life Itself
6pm —
First Man
(Except Fri/Mon)
8.45pm —
A Star is Born
8.30pm —
High Fantasy
8.30pm —
Bad Times at El Royale
8.45pm —
Widows

The Labia Theatre: Special Screenings

Special Screenings Date & time(s) Ticket Price
Der Staat gegen Fritz Bauer
(The people vs. Fritz Bauer)
16 November 2018 at 6.15pm R40, phone 021 424 5927 to book

Good to know Fancy a bite before your movie? Check out these amazing deals. The Labia also has full bar facilities, so you can enjoy a drink with your movie. (These now include slush puppies and slush puppie cocktails.) And you can now park your car across the road at UCT’s Hiddingh campus for only R10!

For more information, please visit: http://www.labia.co.za.
Check back each week for the latest at The Labia Theatre!

 

Address

68 Orange Street Gardens Cape Town

Disclaimer:

The Inside Guide has made every effort to ensure that the information in this post was correct at the time of publication. However, we do not assume any liability caused by errors, such as price, cost, time, and location.

Time of publication: 16 November 2018