Films showing this week
Friday 19 january - thursday 25 january 2017
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12.00 pm The Greatest Showman 11.45 am Beatriz at Dinner 11.30 am Battle of the Sexes 11.30 am Wonder Wheel
2.30 pm The Shape of Water new 1.45 pm Breathe new 2.00 pm Brad's Status 1.45 pm Murder on the Orient Express
  4.00 pm Beatriz at Dinner 4.00 pm Battle of the Sexes 4.00 pm Wonder Wheel
6.15 pm The Greatest Showman

6.00 pm Breathe

6.30 pm Brad's Status 6.15 pm Murder on the Orient Express
(except Sun)
8.30 pm The Shape of Water 8.15 pm Beatriz at Dinner 8.45 pm Brad's Status 8.30 pm Murder on the Orient Express
(except Sun)

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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)

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Stress-free Parking now available for Labia patrons

Stress-free Parking now available for Labia patrons... across the road at UCT Hiddingh campus
How it works:

  1. Drive into UCT Hiddingh Campus at 37 Orange St, opp. Rheede St.
  2. Ask for a Labia Parking Voucher from the guard at the boom.
  3. When buying your Movie Ticket, pay R10 for parking and have your Voucher stamped.
  4. Give your Voucher to the guard when you drive out.

N.B. This parking is exclusive to patrons who have purchased a Movie Ticket; and is subject to availability.

Movie/Meal Specials for Two
(2 x meals, 2x movie tickets)
(For Labia shows only)

Mon/Tues: Societi bistro (Orange St) R110 (2 X pastas)
Wed/Sat/Sun: Diva Cafė Ristorante R110 (2 X pizzas)
Thurs: Knead (Kloof St) R150 (2x burgers/chips)

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

enjoys the support of the National Film & Video Foundation (South Africa


(UK 2017)
An inspiring true story of love, courage and determination in the face of harrowing fortunes, the directorial debut of British actor Andy Serkis (Gollum in the Lord of the Rings trilogy and
Caesar in the Planet of the Apes reboot) stars Andrew Garfield as Robin Cavendish, the activist and innovator, who together with his wife, Diana (Claire Foy),helped make the world
a more navigable place for the disabled.
Witty, big-hearted and wildly expressive, the moving performances ensure
that this story of physical limitations feels fully embodied, alive and sensuous.
" Heart-warming and heartbreaking." Empire
" Absolutely outstanding." IMDb

(USA 2017)
Nominated for 7 Golden Globe Awards
and Winner for Best Director!
Guillermo del Toro, the master filmmaker behind Pan's Labyrinth, Hellboy and Pacific Rim,
continues to plumb the soul of screen monsters , with this his strongest expression yet of what monsters mean to us , and why we need them.
Strange marvels abound as the director delivers unforgettable film poetry thanks to the marvellous performances of Sally Hawkins, Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins and Octavia Spencer, the stunning production design, fluid camerawork and Alexandre Desplat's gorgeous score.
Prepare to enjoy the pure pleasure of watching a master at work, exploring the world he loves most.
" It's witty, smart, and brilliantly played, plumbing the sub-aqueous depths of our psyches, our histories and desires." CineVue
" Absolutely wonderful." NY Times

Special Screening
Sunday 21 January 2018 at 8:30pm

Leah, Teddy & the Mandolin -
Cape Town Embraces Yiddish Song

A story of warmth and spirit crossing generations and rekindling a special Yiddish spark in Cape Town, South Africa.
The documentary film celebrates 10 years of the Annual Leah Todres Yiddish Song Festival 2001 to 2010.
‘Leah, Teddy & the Mandolin’ showcases the many highlights of the annual festival and features the people involved in this remarkable celebration of Yiddish song.
Unpacking the music of a bygone era revealed that there was more than a dusty and fragile relic hidden away in the cupboard. Given air and a little nurturing, that seemingly long-dead genre flourished and bloomed.

Sunday 21 January 2018 at 8:30pm
Followed by a Q + A moderated by award winning filmmaker Jessie Zinn.
TICKETS: R180.00 through Quicket – or call 021 434 9691
In aid of the Cape Jewish Seniors Association (CJSA)

Starts Fri 26 Jan

The Best Film of 2017 – The National Board of Review.
Nominated for 6 Golden Globe Awards!
Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep in a Steven Spielberg film.
(USA 2017)
A tribute to the power of journalism, the movie documents the early 1970's battle between journalists from the Washington Post and the New York Times to publish the revelations of the US government's involvement in the Vietnam war.
" Timeless and enthralling. ''(Sydney Morning Herald), and with "excellent performances, a film that combines the spartan clarity of hard journalism with the raw suspense of an Indiana Jones adventure." The Guardian

By Public Demand!
Another Screening on 
Sun 04 Feb at 18:15

(USA 2014, 84 mins)
From Drew Heriot, the director of The Secret, comes this unparralled and life-changing documentary film about the astonishing power and intelligence of the heart. With Eckhard Tolle, Deepak Chopra, Paul Coelho, Maya Angelou, Isabel Allende and Neale Donald Walsch.
Tickets R50: Booking Webtickets/P’nPay
Plus Q&A

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