301 NOTRE DAME AVENUE Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1P2
Based on 19 votes and 15 reviews
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Can't Beat the Price, Staff and Lack of Crowds!
September 16, 2016
The Towne isn't the most up-to-date theatre, and it's not in the most accessible part of town, but bargain ticket prices and lack of crowds make it more than worth it. Two people can see the new Marvel movie for less than you'd pay for one ticket at Polo Park, and there's rarely more than 50 people in a theater, even for a big opening. The staff is also very friendly, and the concessions are good -- their root beer just tastes better for some reason. No, really! Just suck it up and go!
March 17, 2018
Awesome stuff and very friendly and nice, been going there for years. Love the free refills on extra larges.
Old, Grungy, and Fun - Great Staff!
August 09, 2017
The staff here really is the best, more smiles and service than you'll get in any other theatre. I feel it's worth going here just to make sure they keep getting their paycheques. But yeah - the building is a blast from the past, partly in an interesting way and partly in a I-don't-want-to-touch-anything way. (Try to use a washroom before/after visiting this place.) But when most theatres are so generic, it's a bit of fun to be somewhere different.
April 26, 2016
If you want to take home a little friend for you and your family to enjoy, this is the place. Many people complain about getting that dreaded "itch" feeling while trying to watch the movies we PAY for. That being said, this is a hot spot for bed bugs and if you want them this is the place!!!
too sketchy and lots of homeless people
September 08, 2015
Lots of homeless people around the building of the movie theater. It's filthy. The washrooms are a mess. No toilet paper and they aren't clean to say the least. The parking situation is bad. People have to park by the church next door but then we came one time to find out from other car drivers who went to the theatre that their vehicles were broken into. Too many sketchy and sleazy people walking around and I didn't feel safe there.