Located in Gardens is the oldest independent art–repertory cinema in the country. For almost 30 years, the Labia Theatre has enticed guests to enjoy classic films in an old–world atmosphere. The Labia on Orange Street was originally an Italian Embassy ballroom, with the building being opened as a live performance theatre in May 1949 by Princess Labia (after whom the theatre is named).
There are two locations today for the Labia Theatre, with six cinemas in total split between Orange Street and Kloof Street. The Labia on Orange offers moviegoers a choice of four viewing screens, while the Labia on Kloof has two additional trendy screens.
Also on offer at the Labia on Orange is a coffee bar that offers a variety of home–made delicacies, as well as an outside terrace, a chocolate bar and a liquor license. Patrolled parking is provided across the road at UCT. The Labia on Kloof is located within the Lifestyle Centre and is surrounded by a variety of restaurants, with ample secure undercover parking provided.
The Labia Theatres is definitely the place to be if you want to watch the more ‘art-style’ movies. For great movie selections at reasonable prices, look no further!
Labia on Orange address: 68 Orange Street
Labia on Kloof address: Lifestyle Centre, 50 Kloof Street
For any queries email: email@example.com
Tel: 021-424 5927
Or visit www.Labia.co.za to see what’s on!
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