The Capitol Theatre is the most exciting location for movie-goers on the West Side of Cleveland. Like a year-round film festival, the three-screen Capitol features first-run Hollywood movies along with independent, foreign and documentary films. Several market studies have demonstrated strong potential growth for an art and independent film theatre on Cleveland’s West Side. Having opened October 2, 2009, the Capitol features an expanded lounge and concession area, including a selection of beer and wine, along with traditional movie concession favorites.
See what's playing at the Capitol.
Check out the Boombox Challenge at the Capitol on May 14, 2011.
View the Gordon Square Arts District Map for parking and other amenities.
Built in 1921, but vacant for the last two decades, this historic structure is now a state-of-the-art movie theatre. Detailed wall murals, classically-inspired architecture, and original light fixtures have been restored to recreate the atmosphere of the 1920s-era movie palace, but with all the amenities of 21st century technology.
For show times, ticket information and group rental information, check out the Cleveland Cinemas website, operator of the Capitol Theatre. Check out the Capitol on Facebook at www.facebook.com/capitolw65th or on Twitter at twitter.com/capitolw65th.
1390 West 65th Street
Cleveland, OH 44102
GORDON SQUARE ARTS DISTRICT |
CAPITOL THEATRE |
The Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization | 6516 Detroit Avenue | Cleveland, Ohio 44102 | 216.961.4242