Cinema in Adelaide

Moonlight Cinema

In summer pack a picnic and mosquito repellent, and sprawl out on the lawn to watch old and new classics under the stars. 'Gold Grass' tickets, which cost a little more, secure you a prime-viewing beanbag.
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Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas

Facing-off across Rundle St, both these cinema complexes screen 'sophisticated cinema': new-release art-house, foreign-language and independent films as well as some mainstream flicks. Fully licensed too.
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Mercury Cinema

The not-for-profit Mercury screens art-house and international releases, and is home to the Adelaide Cinémathèque film appreciation club (classic, cult and experimental flicks). Check the website for screen times.
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Victa Cinema

Victor Harbor's lovely old art-deco cinema has been screening flicks since 1934. If you're an architecture fan you'll enjoy the door handles and ticket booth as much as the movie (mainstream releases).
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GU Film House

We were deeply unimpressed when the charming old Glenelg movie house on Jetty Rd was bulldozed a few years ago. But now there's the shiny new GU in the back streets, to placate the local film fiends.
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Piccadilly Cinema

A beaut old art-deco cinema on the main North Adelaide strip, with a sexily curved street frontage and chevron-shaped windows spangled across the facade. Mostly mainstream releases.
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South Coast Cinema

Lots of kids movies and mainstream recent releases flicker across two screens. Good for a rainy day/hot night.
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Capri Theatre

In Adelaide’s inner-southwestern suburbs, the art-deco Capri hosts everyone from local jazz big-bands to touring Creedence Clearwater Revival tribute acts. But the mainstay here is movies, best viewed when the house…
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Regal Theatre

Back in the Hollywood heyday of the 1940s and '50s, many Adelaide suburbs had their own cinemas. They’ve largely been demolished, replaced by mega-mall megaplexes…but the Regal in Kensington Park has survived! It’s …