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The Bantam Cinema

115 Bantam Lake Road/RT 209
just south of RT 202
Bantam, CT 06750
(6 miles)

Quality films in CT’s oldest continuously operated move house. The Bantam Cinema was opened in 1927 as “The Rivoli” by Dominic Evangelisti. For its first year or so, the Cinema showed silent movies accompanied by a Wurlitzer organ.
Box Office: (860) 567-1916
Showtimes: (860) 567-0006

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CINEROM Digital Entertainment Center

 89 Farley Place
Torrington, CT 06790
(11 mi.)

 CINEROM digital entertainment center is a Fully Digital Six Screen theater with Dolby 5.1 surround sound and RealD 3D. More than 180,000 people visit CINEROM annually to view a selection of first run Hollywood Movies, RealD 3D Films, Independent Films, and special events.

Showtimes: 860-489-4111

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Warner Theatre Center for Arts Education

68 Main Street
Torrington, CT 06790
(11 mi.)

The Warner Theatre is the crown jewel of Northwest Connecticut.

More than entertainment.  Something wonderful always happens under the magnificent eight-pointed star of the Warner.  Through inspiring applications of the performing arts, they take the Warner Experience to new levels of enjoyment, satisfaction and community engagement.  From the highly successful, specially designed classes for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to the Young Actor Series, Jazz, Hip Hop and even Zumba classes, The Warner Theatre Center for Arts Education can touch your life in ways you never imagined.  Take a class. Bring your family. Everyone is invited.