Does ambience of a theatre matter to you? I guess they do… So what about a movie in a beautiful theatre tonight? OK kidding!

When you go out for a movie, what all you need? Comfort, good screen, high-quality sound systems, air conditioning, that’s it? Hold on guys there is a lot more than you expect.

Check out these beautiful theatres around the world which will surely tempt you to go there and have a blast…

1. Olympia 

Olympia is commonly known as Olympia Hall which is located in Paris, France. It was founded in 1888 by Joseph Oller and had it’s opening in 1889 by the name “Montagnes Russes” but it was renamed “Olympia” in 1893. Olympia hosts a variety of events which includes music shows, circuses, ballets, and operettas.

2. Sci-fi Dine-in Theater

The Sci-fi Dine-in theatre restaurant is a theme restaurant at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, at Walt Disney World in Bay Lake, Florida, US. It was established in May 1991 and is modelled after a 1950s drive-in theatre. The theatre opened on 20 April 1991 and its theme is based on the 50s Prime Time Cafe.

3. National Theater

National Theater is situated in Budapest, Hungary, which opened in 1837. The National Theater was demolished in the 1900s and a new National Theater was built which has an area of 20,844 square meters and can be functionally separated into three parts.

 4. Pula Arena

Pula Arena is an amphitheatre situated in Pula, Croatia.  The Arena is the only remaining Roman amphitheatre to have four side towers and with all three Roman architectural orders entirely preserved. It was constructed in 27 BC – 68 AD and is among the six largest surviving Roman arenas in the World. The Arena is used as a venue for many concerts and has also been used for cinematic work.

5. Electric Cinema

The Electric Cinema is a movie theatre situated in Notting Hill, London and is one of the oldest working cinemas in the country. It was first opened on 24 February 1910 and was one of the first building in Britain to be designed specifically for motion picture exhibition.

6. Hot Tub Cinema

Hot Tub Cinema is situated in London and is a cinematic experience created in 2012. The events combine popular films with hot tubs, often in unusual spaces such as rooftops, old factories or abandoned railway stations. In addition to shows in London, Hot Tub events have been held in New York, Ibiza and in several countries around the UK.

7. Blitz Megaplex

Blitz Megaplex is a movie theatre is Jakarta, Indonesia. The chain consists of several locations that each feature a minimum of eight screens. Blitz Megaplex is also known as CGVblitz and was firstly opened in Paris Van Java, Bandung, Indonesia on 16 October 2006.


8. Transatlantyk Festival

The Transatlantyk Festival is an annual film festival held in Poznan. It’s an open air cinema with different sections like local and international movies, according to genres, problems, and origin. It has also won various awards like Transatlantyk Young Composer Award, Transatlantyk Instant Composer Award.

9. Red Rocks Amphitheater

Red Rocks Amphitheater is a rock structure near Morrison, Colorado, 10 miles west of Denver, where concerts are given in the open-air amphitheatre. It’s a naturally formed, world famous outdoor venue.

10. Fox Theater

The Fox Theater is located in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia and is the centrepiece of the Fox Theater Historic District. It was opened in 1929 and hosts a variety of cultural and artistic events including the Atlanta Ballet.

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