Keira CuthbertThey show a variety of films and truly love cinema. Check their schedule and see what actors or directors are visiting this month. You may be pleasantly surprised.
Stuart SacklerThis is a great theater for off beat films. The special events here are often hilarious. It could be compilations of Internet videos of 70s exploitation films. The theatre itself is comfy and nicely decorated. Also they make tasty popcorn.
Aaron BefusI love The Royal like I love all old movie theaters. So many memories, so much energy etched into her old bones. If you like the Royal, check out the Fox. The Fox is the oldest Cinema in North America.
Marc FowlerSomething interesting happens when you show up to a screening of an older movie: you find yourself in the company of a bunch of strangers who are really, really excited and happy. The Royal is a fantastic theatre. Reasonable prices, great film selections. It makes for a wonderful night out.
Kay TorThis place is a local treasure. I love the programming. Lots of obscure and unusual films are shown here.
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