|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)
Ask us about Labia Gift Cards, the ideal gift and Labia prepaid card
Buy a card of 10 for R400 and save R100 – make ideal gifts
(our seats are unreserved please arrive timeously)
We are on snapscan
Movie/Meal Specials for Two
(For Labia shows only)
||Societi bistro (Orange St)
||(2 X pastas)
||Diva Cafė Ristorante
||(2 X pizzas)
||Knead (Kloof St)
(vouchers first to be purchased at restaurant & thereafter timeously exchanged at box office for tickets)
Nb. Booking with Societi essential 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)
Starts Thurs 18 April
Nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.
A film by Nadine Labaki (Caramel)
“At once gritty and perceptive, Labaki’s latest film is her finest yet, a dive into Beirut’s lower depths as viewed through the eyes of an imperiled child. Named after a town on the Sea of Galilee where Jesus was said to have healed the sick, Capernaum reveals a world in which desperation is constant and the innocent appear forsaken.” TIFF
“Prepare to be blown away.” Vulture.
“A stunning piece of cinema.” Deadline
|SUNDAY 21, 28 APRIL 18:15
SPECIAL SCREENINGS BY PUBLIC DEMAND
One Family’s Journey in search of the Keeper’s of the Earth.
DOWN TO EARTH (PG)
2015, 91 mins
A thought provoking cinematic experience of ancient, earthly wisdom.
Soundtrack by Oscar Winning Composer Stephen Warbeck.
Tickets R50: Booking Webtickets/Pick ‘n Pay
|Sunday 21 April 20:30
| Live at the Labia
Slow Life presents
It's the minds and hearts receiving these sounds that makes them valid, or for that matter, invalid. I like to think of myself as a mere catalyst in the gathering of people at a concert. The more open the listener, the more chance there is of creating a space to listen in to their own internal dialogue. It's all totally in the listeners hands. These concerts do however hope to offer some form of introspection. A place to be still and vulnerable in these crazy times I hope. I ask what Intramural Encounters mean to you - Guy Buttery
|Movie Monday 22 April 20:30
“I love this movie.” Rolling Stone.
Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody, Jason Schwartzman and Anjelica Huston in a film by Wes Anderson (of The Grand Budapest Hotel)
THE DARJEELING LIMITED
USA 2007, 91 mins, 13PGL
I want us to be brothers again, like we used to be.
A year after their father’s funeral, three brothers travel across India by train in an attempt to bond with each other.
“A moving comic tale of a trio of brothers making a ‘spiritual journey’ across India.” The Observer.
“An extraordinary movie.” L.A. Daily News.
Admission R50: Booking Webtickets/Pick ‘n Pay
|Starts Fri 26 April
USA 2019, 109 mins
Keira Knightley, Ned Wills, Pandora Colin in a movie directed by James Kent.
Post World War II, a British colonel and his wife are assigned to live in Hamburg during the post-war reconstruction, but tensions arise with the German who previously owned the house.