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Friday 16 february - thursday 22 february 2017
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11.30 am The Post 11.45 am Breathe 12.00 pm Darkest Hour
(except Sun)
12.00 I, Tonya new
(except Sat)
1.45 pm The Greatest Showman 2.00 pm Brad's Status 2.30 pm The Disaster Artist 2.30 pm All the Money in the World new
4.00 pm The Post
(except Sun)
4.00 pm Breathe    
6.15 pm The Greatest Showman
(except Sun)

6.15 pm Power of the Heart

6.00 pm Darkest Hour
(except Tues/ Thurs)
6.00 pm I, Tonya
(except Sun)
8.30 pm The Post 8.15 pm Brad's Status
(except Mon/Wed)
8.30 pm The Shape of Water 8.30 pm All the Money in the World

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Unreserved seating. Please arrive early!


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 -

Mon to Fri after 5pm
Weekends and public holidays unrestricted

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

Starts Fri 16 February

USA/UK 2017
Inspired by true events
Follows the kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III and the desperate attempt by his devoted mother to convince his billionaire grandfather to pay the ransom. It becomes a race against time that ultimately reveals the true and lasting value of love over money.


USA 2017

Based on the unbelievable but true events, a darkly comedic tale of American figure skater, Tonya Harding, and one of the most sensational scandals in sports history.

Special Screening
Daily at 6.15 PM

(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

Special Screening
Sunday 18 February at 7.00pm

By Public Demand: Another screening!
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 18 February at 7.00pm
TICKETS: R60 through Webtickets & Pick ‘n Pay

Special Screening
SUN 18 FEB 6.15pm

LIVING LUMINARIES: On the Serious Business of Happiness
USA 2007
Tickts R50 includes Q&A
Bookings: Webtickets/Pick ‘n Pay

Special Screening
Sun 18 Feb 5.00pm

Exploring Consciousness presents

OUTCASTE: The House that Carol Built
Filmed in Manali, India 2017, 62 mins

Directors: Colin & Laura Graham
Based on a true story.

A unique story of faith, courage and magical thinking. A story of how the dream of an elderly English teacher finally comes true with the help of a rickshaw driver, a lapsed Buddhist monk and a journey into the high Himalayas.
It’s ‘The Marigold Hotel’ meets ‘Lost Horizon’

Tickets R60:
Bookings: Webtickets/Pick ‘n Pay


Nominated for 4 Oscars (including Best Film)!
Italy/France 2017

Luca Guadagnino (I am Love, A Bigger Splash) has fashioned André Aciman’s novel of sexual awakening into a joyous, romantic adventure. Set in the sun-kissed landscape of Northern Italy, and with a screenplay by James Ivory, this is a note-perfect tale of forbidden love. It brings together Timotheé Chalamet and Armie Hammer as the two protagonists whose summer in the countryside opens new doors for both of them.
“A knockout! Casts a beautifully erotic, sensual spell.” Entertainment Weekly


Nominated for the Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film!

The first fully painted animated feature film.
Mystery surrounds the death of the famed painter Vincent van Gogh in 1890 France.
“Every one of the nearly 65 000 frames in this near-lunatic labour of love was rendered by hand with oil painting following a style intended to mimic the master.” Variety
“An animated masterpiece.” Deadline


Nominated for 7 Oscars (including Best Film)!
Winner of the 4 Golden Globes (including Best Film)!
UK/USA 2017

Francis McDormand, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell in a Martin McDonagh (of In Bruges) film.
A mother rents three billboards to call attention to her daughter’s unsolved murder.
“Funny, brutal and breathtakingly beautiful.” Empire
“Its enormous fun.” Time Out

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