What’s on at The Labia this week

What’s on at The Labia 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.

What’s showing: Films

Friday — Thursday, 20 October — 26 October 2017
Screen 1 Screen 2 Screen 3 Screen 4
11.30am —
Victoria & Abdul
11.45am —
I am not your Negro
(Except Sat/Sun)
12pm —
The Big Sick
(Except Sat)
12.15pm —
The Whale Caller
(Except Sat)
1.45pm —
Victoria & Abdul
1.45pm —
The Last Word
(Except Sat/Sun)
2.30pm —
The Glass Castle
(Except Sat)
2.30pm —
Blade Runner 2049
(Except Sat)
 4.00pm
Victoria & Abdul
4.00pm
I am not your Negro
(Except Sat/Sun)
6.15pm —
Victoria & Abdul
6pm —
The Last Word
(Except Fri/Sat/Mon/Thurs)
6pm —
The Exception
8.30pm —
Victoria & Abdul
(Tues/Thurs only)
8.15pm —
I am not your Negro
(Except Fri/Sat/Tues)
8.15pm —
The Big Sick
8.30pm —
Blade Runner 2049

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.)

Cost R50 standard movie
R40 Students/Fanatics/seniors/children
R400 for 10 Pre-paid Admission Tickets
All advance bookings now available online through Webtickets or at Pick ‘n Pay stores

What’s showing: Special Screening

Special Screenings Date & time(s) Ticket Price
shnit Worldwide Shortfilmfestival 18 – 22 October, please see the programme for times R50, tickets available online
Tony Palmer retroscpective 20 October – 2 November, please see Webtickets for times R50, tickets available at Webtickets
My Big Night 25 October at 8.30pm  R50, tickets available at Webtickets
SA Horrorfest 25 October – 3 November, please see the programme for times  R50, tickets available at Quicket

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

Opening times Monday – Sunday, 11am – 10.30pm
Contact 021 424 5927, labiatheatre@telkomsa.net
Location The Labia Theatre, 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: 15 August 2017

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4 Responses to “What’s on at The Labia this week”

  1. Eric

    What was happening at the labia Thursday the 7th of sept in the late afternoon ? There were paparazzi types hanging around outside

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  2. Shannon

    Or link them to the description on Labias page!

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  3. Shannon

    You should publish a short description of the movie plus IMDB/ Rotten Tomato review if available!

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  4. Terence Weber

    Love to check it out

    Reply