Moviehouse is Kingston’s best kept secret
Did you know you can see multiple movies for less than the cost of one movie ticket at a commercial cinema? Become a Moviehouse member for an annual cost of only $20 and enjoy classic film and a cuppa once a week from February to December.
Sit back in our intimate black box theatre, relax and enjoy a journey through classic film. Relive the excitement, adventure and romance of a bygone era and enjoy the personal touch of being a member of a film society: enjoy a cuppa and a chat in the company of fellow film buffs with films introduced by our staff and volunteers with summary and trivia details.
Join us for a cuppa at 10am before films start at 10.30am. For safety reasons we are unfortunately unable to admit latecomers.
JOIN THOSE IN THE KNOW AND BECOME A MEMBER
Telephone our friendly staff in the Box Office on 9556 4440 (Monday - Friday 9am - 4.30pm) or
Purchase a membership in person prior to any session of the movies (please allow enough time prior to the 10.30am start time)
Single ticket purchase for single sessions are not available - you must purchase an annual Moviehouse membership, which offers excellent value at one payment of $20.
What films are you showing?
Check out our comprehensive program online or Artscape for the latest film information.
WHAT IF I USe A WHEELCHAIR OR have HEARING LOSS?
We have eight spaces in the Black Box Theatre for patrons using a wheelchair. Please let our friendly Box Office staff of your requirements when applying for your membership.
The Black Box Theatre is also equipped with a hearing loop. Again, please let our friendly Box Office staff your requirements and they will be happy to help.
HOW DO I GET THERE?
Kingston Arts Centre is just a 100 metre walk from Moorabbin station on the Frankston line.
The 824 and 825 bus routes stop directly outside Moorabbin railway station on the Nepean Highway side.
The 811 and 812 bus routes stop along South Road, just before Nepean Highway, next to the Kingston Arts Centre.
There is a taxi rank directly outside Moorabbin station. The venue is access friendly, with wheelchair accessible toilets on the ground floor and a lift up to the Theatre on Level 1, equipped with a hearing loop.
Limited parking is available under the Kingston City Hall.
Do films show on public holidays?
Films do not screen on public holidays falling on Mondays or during the month of October.