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I have to be honest, I had a hard time finding things to do while in the City of Kingston and my research was looking quite sad when it came to many of the downtown attractions. I stumbled upon The Screening Room this summer and...More
You don’t always know what to expect when when going to small Independent theatres, and my wife and I were pleasantly surprised with the screening room.
The space is modern and clean with comfortable seating that offers s ton of leg room.
The staff were...More
Staying in Kingston for some medical procedures, we strolled past the Screening Room and realized we could distract ourselves with an excellent choice of three films. The timing, films beginning around 6 meant we could actually choose 2 different movies and come out in time...More
I thoroughly enjoyed my first visit to the Screen Room. The staff are welcoming; the snack bar is great with very reasonable prices. They feature specialty films, i.e., foreign films, small films, independent films. They have 2 small cinema rooms (small compared to cineplex type...More
If you remember the olden days of theatres when they were small the snack bar not complicated and good seating then you will love this place. I often go to this theatre downtown Kingston, very well located so that you can have dinner either before...More
The staff are fantastic. There isn't a lot of seating, but it makes for a cozy experience. There show a lot of indie and unique films. I highly recommend seeing Rocky Horror Picture Show when it plays, usually in October. It's great if you get...More
Found this gem during my walkbtron in Kingston. Brief discussions with fellow movie goers added to the @. Hail Caesar got me think,n. Exploration of the whole real vs film conundrum and the blur aspect .... Costume( Roman) moves beyond the set ++ into the...More
Went in the other day to see "45". The afternoon showing was at a good time, the coffee was served in real cups, and the theatre was not crowded so I had space to see over heads. The seats are well used and a bit...More
So glad this place exists! Great place to see films that the big guys ignore as well as the best first run movies that can be held over if there is a demand. Reasonable prices, good coffee, not a bad seat in the house (2...More