It has been torn down and is now a national airport parking service lot. Became the Towne Cinema in the s and was eventually converted into a sports equipment store and then a drug store. The Coliseum is built on its location. Empire ceased operations at this theatre on March 21, , shortly before the massive Rideau Centre expansion and redevelopment began. Laurent Theatre, opened in and was a first run cinema. A volunteer-run, not-for-profit cinema that plays second-run and older movies on Fridays mature theme and Saturdays children’s theme using a modern Dolby 3D digital projector and Dolby Digital 7.
Canadian Film Institute – Primary Auditorium. A coal gas explosion in an office building behind the Odeon happened on October 25, , killing 2 and destroying the back end of the theatre only hours before the cinema was to have been filled with Ottawa children for a Saturday morning of films for school safety patrols. After closing it became a bingo parlour, which was demolished in and replaced by a donut shop. The long-term plan is to retrofit all 16 theatres with reclining leather seats. Orleans Cinema Seeks More Support”. Views Read Edit View history.
Canadian Film Institute – Primary Auditorium. Nathanson, as the Flower Theatre – Clnema theatre was demolished shortly after it closed, and has been a gravel parking lot ever since see Rialto listing below.
Was opened originally, by N. Its auditorium was often used for political conventions.
It was very popular with the kids during Saturday afternoon performances. Landmark Cinemas procured the lease for the location and reopened the cinema on October 31, however they let the lease for the space expire on December 31, According to an article in the Ottawa Citizen of March 21,the Gloucester Five’s closure was largely due to its proximity to Silvercity Gloucester.
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The entrance was moved to Somerset West in Now a hardware store. Laurent Shopping Centre St. Operated by Famous Players. It is now a church of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World congregation.
Canadian Film Institute – Club Saw. The cinema has since been retrofitted with fully reclining leather seats and advance seat selection free of charge. The Nelson Cinema occupied seats. As of Augustit was a parking lot on Bank Street. Can accommodate people, has a bar, a state-of-the-art sound system with video, 16mm, and 35mm projectors.
It served as Ottawa’s French language cinema until the s when it was closed for repairs for many years and eventually demolished to make way for the construction of a Holiday Inn. The long rectangular lobby of the Rideau Theatre was originally the Palace Theatre.
Canadian Museum of History. The long-term plan is to retrofit all 7 theatres with reclining leather seats and begin to offer alcohol service in the lobby.
The first floor features a modernised box office consisting of only self-serve kiosks with customer service assistants on standby as well as a large Xscape Entertainment Centre, in addition to a food service area consisting of Poptopia, YoYo’s Yogurt Cafe and Starbucks Coffee. Laurent Theatre, opened in and was a first tatineau cinema. Currently occupied by a software development company that still uses one of the cinemas for meetings and presentations.
One of Canada’s busiest theatres by attendance. Through the s it fell into hard times, and was known colloquially as “the Rat Hole” due to a rodent infestation. Originally The Centre Theatre which had seats. Opened by Odeon Theatres in Opened as the Rex Theatre inin one of Ottawa’s blue-collar neighbourhoods west of downtown, this theatre had the unusual distinction of being located on a residential side street.
It had no stairs to reach the upper seats, just ramps. Schools Universities and Colleges Xinema boards: Originally opened by Famous Players as Coliseum Ottawathis was Ottawa’s first modern megaplex when it opened in Located on Rideau Street immediately to the west of where Dalhousie St.
The cinema has also started to offer alcohol service beer, wine and cider in the lobby and advance seat selection free of charge. Originally opened in as the Nelson Cinema. It catered to the neighbourhood with B-movies and kids’ serials until TV took its toll. It has been torn down and is now a national airport parking service lot. Before closing inthe two theatres were called the Elgin 1 and Elgin 2.
The third floor contains the a Dolby Atmos UltraAVX screen, with 3D compatibility, multiple rows of D-BOX motion seats at the back of the theatre and its own dedicated concession stand which also includes full alcohol service.
In the fall of the former cinema space was occupied by an exhibition company and public exhibits such as the Titanic and Body Works were on display. Despite rumours that a different theatre operator would reopen the location as a cinema, which were fuelled by the impending opening of the OC Transpo Confederation Line Line 1 and its direct integration into the World Exchange Plaza via Parliament LRT Station, the landlord decided to renovate the former theatre and lobby spaces.
Xtarz was closed xtarz and reopened as the Rainbow in It was later converted to two screens and later to five screens, by taking over unoccupied space in the St.
This five-screen cinema, originally opened as a single screen cinema, known as the St. In June the theatre was renamed Mall and shown adult movies.
Empire ceased operations at this theatre on March 21,shortly before the massive Rideau Centre expansion and redevelopment began. Currently the offices of a training company. As part of the renovations the entire theatre space was gutted and is now used as the second floor of La Maison Simons. When the National Arts Centre was batineau, there was no longer any need for the Capitol’s stage and auditorium to be used for live theatre or concerts. As many as could be killed had this been a working day.
A gwtineau projector is still on-hand but unused.