|ALL OUR SHOWS R50
The Labia has full bar facilities.
Enjoy a drink in the cinema whilst watching a movie.
Now including slush puppies and slush puppie cocktails!
(Subject to concessions for Labia screenings only)
Student/Fanatics/ Seniors/Children/Labia R40
Book of 10 Pre-paid Admission Tickets R400 (save R100)
Gift Vouchers R40 – make ideal gifts
(our seats are unreserved please arrive timeously)
We are on snapscan
Movie/Meal Specials for Two
(2 x meals, 2x movie tickets)
(For Labia shows only)
||Societi bistro (Orange St)
||(2 X pastas)
||Diva Cafė Ristorante
||(2 X pizzas)
||Knead (Kloof St)
NB: specials apply to Labia shows only
Purchase vouchers first at restaurant & thereafter exchange for tickets at the box office
(NB: Booking with Societi bistro in advance advisable
to avoid disappointment)
|Bar & Catering facilities.
The Labia has full bar & catering facilities.
Enjoy a drink or snack on our beautiful terrace or take your drinks into the cinema.
To host an event contact Biata on
082 571 6671
AFRICAN SCREEN at the Labia
enjoys the support of the
National Film & Video Foundation (South Africa)
21 July - 03 Aug 2017
Daily at 11.30am, 2.30, 5.30 & 8.30pm
To celebrate the release of his latest film,
VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS
the Labia presents a selection of his classic hits
Luc Besson - director extraordinaire
- The Big Blue
- Le Femme Nikita
- Leon: The Professional
- The Fifth Element
- Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
View the Luc Besson programme (PDF)
Sat, Tues, Thurs at 7.15pm
The hit of the recent Encounters Documentary Festival!
An ode to the Wes-kus.
A psychedelic surf film directed by Bryan Little which emerges
from the Elands Bay dustbowl like an LED encrusted crayfish
DEEP BLUE/MIDDLE C (SA 2017, 60 MINS, PGL)
“ Acclaimed Fokofpolisiekar and African Cypher director
Little recruited musicians, sculptors, artists, a coastal forager,
underwater wildlife filmmakers, conservation biologists and drone pilots to spend 10 days and nights at a camp site where they surfed, created artworks, and worked with the local community, celebrating that coast and ocean. Surfing the line between fiction and non, this strangely surreal dreamscape is an invigorating dip into the stream of consciousness of an eccentric and wildly talented bunch ." ENCOUNTERS, 2017
|STARTING 28 JULY AT THE LABIA
Courtesy of the Korean Embassy in South Africa
A MUSE (Eungyo) (KOREA, 2012)
In director Ji-woo Jung's award-winning, controversial
meditation on aging, art and loneliness, a 17-year-old
student awakens sexual desires in a 70-year-old poet
and in his young assistant.
THE TASTE OF MONEY (Don-Eui Mat) (KOREA 2012)
Director Sang-soo Im, with a nod to Martin Scorsese, more
than delivers the goods in this erotic thriller of a decadent journey into corruption and money.