The cinema was built in 1925 and has been showing movies ever since, starting with silent movies. It is one of the few original cinemas still standing.
If the appeal of stepping back in time isn't enough for you, I should mention tickets are $10 per person for a double feature every day of the week.
The cinema might not have the modern features of some of the larger movie chains, the screen isn't huge and you're not going to be knocked off your seat by the bass coming from the huge speakers, but the seats are comfortable, the screen is more than ample and the sound is actually very good.
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The movies screened vary from mainstream to independent and art house films. The chances are high you probably won't get to see a big budget new release movie as soon as it comes out at Windsor Theatre, but you might just discover a movie you wouldn't have considered seeing at the larger chains.
I went with some friends and my husband recently and saw The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and The Monument Men and found these movies to be very enjoyable.
The first movie starts promptly, there is a short intermission and then the following movie starts. Advertising isn't commonplace and the trailers are short and again, less mainstream.
Windsor Theatres is open every night of the week and in the day time on Sundays and Mondays. On average the movies change weekly and EFTPOS is not available, but if anything this adds to the charm.
Head to Windsor Theatre for a romantic, inexpensive date night, go with a group of friends, or why not just go solo?
What's more, is right close to Brighton rail station and the equally charming small shopping/eats strip.
With the increase in vintage films available in Digital for Cinemas (like the Pomeranz series just now), there could be value is asking for your favorite oldie?