Did you know?

The oldest inhabited area of Manitoba is the Turtle Mountain and it has lakes named Adam, Max, James and Oskar.

 

Theatres

The Roxy Theatre

Capitol Theatre (Brandon)

Directions:
1570 18th St.

Phone:
204-571-0888 (Movie Line)

Phone:
204-571-0900


The Evans Theatre (Brandon)

Located in Brandon University, the Evans Theatre hosts numerous films each year. Films at the Evan Theatre are presented by the volunteers of the Brandon Film Festival in association with Film Circuit.

Hours:
Weekends during fall, winter and spring.

Phone:
204-727-9704


Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium (Brandon)

The auditorium showcases a variety of cultural activities and is home to ballet, classical concerts, festivals, music recitals, theatrical performances and much more. For a current list of what’s happening, call or visit the website.

Directions:
Located at 205 20th Street.

Phone:
204-728-9510

Website:


Gaiety Theatre (Glenboro)

The Gaiety Theatre is one of a dying breed in small-town Canada. New comfortable seating and stereo surround sound.

Directions:
Located on Railway Avenue.

Hours:
Movies are held every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening.


Shamrock Drive-In (Killarney)

Yes! We still use speakers! You’re in for a treat when you come to the drive-in. Nightly movies during July and August. Pick up a hot buttered popcorn, pop and all your favourite snacks at our concession stand.

Directions:
Located just south of Killarney on Hwy #3.

Phone:
204-523-8837


The Roxy Theatre (Neepawa)

Built in 1906 and recently restored for it’s 100th anniversary, the historic Roxy Theater is one of the best places in the country to enjoy the full theater experience. Affordable prices, great movies, distinguished theater productions, and a terrific family atmosphere are all features of this incredible landmark.

Directions:
Located at 291 Hamilton Street.


The Bend Theatre (Strathclair)

Served the community as a motion picture theatre from 1947 to 1980. In 1983 the then fledgling Strathclair Drama Club thrilled audiences with their first full length production “The Sound of Music.” Each year, the region has been treated to a great musical production by this talented, dedicated group. Other guest performers also grace the stage each theatre season.

Phone:
204-365-2196