Foreign and art-house films in the basement of the Central Library. Cheap $5 movies on Wednesdays.
- Academy Cinemas
- Gecko Theatre
Pull up an easy chair at this wee, independent theatre and see interesting art-house flicks.
- Ding Dong Lounge
Rock, indie and alternative sounds from live bands and DJs, washed down with craft beer.
- Power Station
Midrange venue popular with up-and-coming overseas acts and established Kiwi bands.
- Waiheke Island Community Cinema
The island's only cinema, screening a mixture of blockbusters and art-house flicks.
- Mercury Twin Cinemas
Latest-release films. A few movies are just $10 each week – check the website.
- Rialto Cinemas
Screens blockbusters and art-house flicks. Tickets are cheaper ($9) on Tuesdays.
- State Cinemas
Screens mainstream, new-release flicks with cheaper $12 tickets on Tuesdays.
- Limelight Cinema
Four big screens show all the latest blockbusters; cheaper on Tuesdays.
- Metro Cinema
Within the town hall, Metro shows mostly art-house and foreign flicks.
- Multiplex Cinemas
Recent blockbusters with cheaper $11 tickets on Wednesday.
- Reading Cinemas
Mainstream cinema with discounted screenings on Tuesdays.
- Spark Arena
Auckland's top indoor arena for major touring acts.
- Cinema Paradiso
Quirky 35-seat cinema with an art-house slant.
- Metro by Hoyts
Blockbuster flicks with $11 Tuesday tickets.
- Event Cinemas
Blockbusters, bowling alley and food court.
- Lido Cinema
Art-house movies with $12 Tuesday tickets.
- Regent Theatre
Art-deco cinema with movie memorabilia.
- Event Cinemas
Mainstream cinematic offerings.
- Artworks Theatre
Community theatre company.