Today’s monster theatres offer over a dozen screens, seats that move with the action, and 3D movies. They also feature expensive snacks, packed parking lots, and teenagers kicking the back of your seat. Thank goodness the Kingsway Theatre is still around for a classic movie-going experience!
The Kingsway Theatre, located at 3030 Bloor Street West in the Kingsway district, is a true Etobicoke landmark and a throwback to how movies were meant to be seen. Having reopened in 2009 and fully refurbished, the Kingsway Theatre now plays first-run movies, usually a few months after they’ve been released. Nothing beats watching a movie with other true movie enthusiasts, laughing and crying at images beamed on to the screen. The Kingsway Theatre is “relevant, urban, modern, and unapologetic”. The Kingsway was originally built in 1939 and is one of a few remaining single-screen theatres in Toronto.
The snack counter offers candy, soda and of course, popcorn for those who love to munch while watching a movie. All of this at reasonable prices. The Kingsway Theatre is also easy to get to with plenty of street parking and car lots in the vicinity. It is also steps away from Royal York Subway Station. After the movie you can pop into any number of coffee and dessert places like Caffé Demetre. Bring a date and make a night out of it!
For a quality night out at the movies take a trip to Kingsway Theatre, a true landmark in Etobicoke and one of the few remaining icons in Toronto.
Kingsway Theatre: Where and When in Etobicoke…
|3030 Bloor Street West, Etobicoke, ON M8X 1C4
|Box office and cafe open daily at noon. Check website below for movie times.
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