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