Here’s a recent review of our bar from The Age
WALK: We are on the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.
TRAM: Get off at stop 41 on the 86 tram along High St.
TRAIN: Get off at Thornbury and walk up Blythe St to High St.
CYCLE: There are a number of bike paths to bring you here and when you find us we have six bike spaces to lock up to.
DRIVE: Although we’d rather you didn’t drive as there is limited parking around us – there is ample of parking on High st but please beware of the clearways at peak times.
Sometimes you can find a park in the Aldi car park off Dundas st after 7pm.
WHEN ARE YOU OPEN?
We open from:
5pm – 11pm Tuesday (Occasionally, please check the website)
5pm – 11pm Wednesday & Thursday
1pm – 11pm Saturday & Sunday
ARE CHILDREN ALLOWED?
Yes, children are permitted on our premises provided they are seeing a film within their age rating.
Do you sell gift vouchers?
Yes, we sure do. We have three different types of vouchers available, ranging in price from $30 to $100 and they include a combination of film tickets, drinks, snacks and food options. These can be purchased in person at the cinema.
Gift cards can be bought in person at the cinema or we can take credit card payment over the phone and then we'll can post it out to you. If you email us, we will be happy to call you at a suitable time. firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you accept ‘carer cards’?
We sure do. Accompanied carers can come free of charge - but please either email or call the cinema so we can print off a complimentary ticket to ensure you don’t miss out if the session sells out.
DO YOU OFFER SESSIONS WITH BABIES?
Yes, every Friday morning we will show a film exclusively for adults and their babies (up to 18 months).
Easy pram access and plenty of secure pram parking in the foyer.
Batch-brew coffee from Padre is available, but you need your usual flat white, you are welcome to BYO but please bring this in a Keep Cup or similar non-disposable container please.
Cry baby sessions: $12 (for babies and adults)
ARE YOU ACCESSIBLE?
Yes, our venue is fully accessible for the disabled.
WHAT ARE YOUR FOOD AND DRINKS OPTIONS?
As we don’t have a kitchen, we are working with local, Italian favourite, Umberto’s to provide you with some delicious small and shared plates to enjoy in our bar and in our cinema.
Choose from antipasto, meatballs, calamari and polenta chips (see menu at the bar).
We also have some very tasty craft beers from local breweries 3 Ravens, Stomping Ground, Hawkers and just over west, Two Birds Brewing.
We also serve a range of cocktails including our very own Motor Spirit and the straight up classic, Four Pillars gin & tonic.
We serve batch-brew from East Brunswick based, Padre Coffee.
But, hey, we’re a cinema so expect freshly made popcorn and mouth-watering, handmade choctops from The Ice Cream Embassy in Preston. Yum!
WHAT ARE YOUR FILM PRICES?
We have tried to keep our prices reasonable and affordable.
Full price tickets: $18.50
Concession & Breakfast Club members: $15
Seniors and children: $12
Wednesdays - All tickets for all sessions: $12
Fridays - Cry baby sessions: $12 (for babies and adults)
Guardians of children are also able to purchase tickets at kids’ prices for our kids’ films.
WHO ARE CONCESSION TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR?
Unwaged, students and PBS & RRR radio station subscribers.
IS THE CINEMA AND BAR AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE HIRES?
Yes it sure is, the perfect place for your fim premiere, cast and crews screenings or parties. – please see our ‘Private Hires’ page.
Do you have reserved seating?
At this stage, all seating is unallocated. To ensure you get to sit where you like and with the people who are joining you, please arrive at the cinema at least five minutes before the scheduled start time to ensure you enter the cinema when we open the doors.
Can I suggest movies I’d like to see?
Yes, we love hearing from our cinema goers as to what films they’d love to see on our big screen. Please email us your ideas.
WHO ARE YOUR FRIENDS?
We have a feeling that our regular patrons will become our good friends – but there are a number of organisations and single screen cinemas that have a similar ethos to us and we thought you might like to know about them too.