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Welcome to the Monarch Theatre!

The Monarch Theatre is debatably the OLDEST running movie theatre in Canada located downtown Medicine Hat.
Its single screen shows new, unique, and classic movies.


This Week's Movie


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Efi5pj73nUc

This week (Apr 17, 18, 19, 22 at 7:30pm), we show Elephant Song.

Rating: PG for infrequent coarse langauge and nudity, and for some mature subject matter.

Drama. A psychiatrist (Bruce Greenwood) is drawn into a complex mind game when he questions an institutionalized patient (Xavier Dolan) about the disappearance of a colleague. --IMDb

Poster for the film, Elephant Song

Next


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZwv6h-LhTw

Next week (Apr 24, 25, 26, 29 at 7:30pm), we show The Riot Club.

Rating: 14A for pervasive coarse language and alcohol abuse, and for portrayals of sexual activity.

Drama.

Those rich, young white men. Those lords. Born to English privilege, they float through childhood on inherited wealth, studying the bright future that birthright affords them. By the time they land at Oxford, they might have matured into responsible rulers in the making. Or monsters.

The Riot Club is the story of a secret society of ten impossibly wealthy and entitled men at the university. Their traditions of indulgence and debauchery date back centuries, and they take deadly seriously their duty to master the arcane knowledge and exacting social codes that will secure them high posts in British government and business.

Miles (Max Irons) went to the right schools and cultivated the right connections to gain his place at Oxford, but he is ambivalent when the Riot Club recruits him in his first weeks on campus. He's not naturally superior. Lauren (Holliday Grainger), the young student who interests him, comes from a modest family. She actually earned her admission to the school on merit. But the thrill of inclusion is too great for Miles to resist.

--TIFF

Poster for the film, The Riot Club

Monday Night At The Movies

On the third Monday from September to May, Monday Night At The Movies presents movies as a fundraiser for the Society of Friends of the Public Library.

Regular admission prices:

$8 for adults
$7 for seniors (65+)
$7 for students with valid student ID
$6 for children (12 and under)

Special Movie Deals


Each Wednesday and Sunday evening is our 5&5 special.

This means admission is $5 and a medium pop & popcorn combo is only $5!!


Dinner and a Movie with:

Twist Logo
Every evening is Dinner and a Movie with Twist Wine Bistro and Restaurant, movie pass is valid for up to one week! Call 403-528-2188 for more information.

Inspire Cafe

Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday after 5pm is Dinner and a Movie with Inspire Cafe. With that deal, you receive a movie pass which is valid for up to one week! Call 403-548-2233 for more information.


Mario's Logo
Monday through Thursday evening is Dinner and a Movie with Mario's Restaurant, movie pass is valid for up to one week! Call 403-529-2600 for more information.


The Monarch Theatre is available to rent. See our rent form for more information.