update your settings
Shows dubbed Hollywood flicks for R100 to R150.
The Belmont is a great little art-house cinema, with a lively programme of cult classics, director's seasons, foreign films and mainstream movies.
Two-screen cinema showing current films.
Another 12-screen multiplex, with three 'VIP' screens where you can pay extra to watch from a luxurious leather reclining seat complete with side table for your drink and complimentary snacks.
The Filmhouse is the main venue for the annual Edinburgh International Film Festival and screens a full program of art-house, classic, foreign and second-run films, with lots of themes, retrospectives and 70mm screen...
The three-screen, independently owned Cameo is a good, old-fashioned cinema showing an imaginative mix of mainstream and art-house movies...
The Cineworld is a massive 12-screen multiplex complete with cafe- bar, movie-poster shop and frighteningly overpriced popcorn.
The much-loved Dom is a delightful, independent, family-run four-screener in a 1938 art deco building...
Mainstream films. Tuesdays are cheaper.
This much-loved three-screener off Sauchiehall St shows art-house cinema and classics.
Puts you in the heart of West End eating and nightlife for post-show debriefings.
This two-screen cinema shows original films with Danish subtitles.
Take in a film at this wonderful, little-changed neobaroque cinema, constructed in 1922 and still carrying its original wall paintings.
This unlikely looking cine-club is based in an old warehouse once used to store props for Tyne-Tees TV...
Opened in 1937 as Newcastle's first newsreel cinema, this art-deco picture house with plush red-velvet seats still screens newsreels (11...
Ambleside's two-screen Zeffirelli's Cinema is next to Zeffirelli's, with extra screens in a converted church down the road.
One of the best arts centres in the northwest, with a gallery, cafe, theatre and two cinemas, with regular live events to boot.
An appealing modern building in a converted printing works, screening both mainstream and art-house films. There's also a nice cafe-bar on the terrace overlooking the river.
The six-screen Saga Kino cinema shows first-run movies, including Hollywood fare, in their original language; the entrance is on Olav V's gate.
Filmens Hus screens old classics and international festival winners.
and receive a
on your next guidebook purchase
Lonely Planet. All rights reserved. No part of this site may be reproduced without our written permission.