346 George Street, Brisbane
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The Dendy chain had been operating a cinema on this site for many years but closed their doors at the end of 2008 (after opening Dendy Portside). The cinema was closed for over a year but was reopened in early 2010 and became known as the Tribal Theatre. There are currently 2 screens in the cinema.
Movie Quality & Range - 5 out of 10
The Tribal Theatre has differentiated itself by showing (1) classic films and (2) those films which came out recently but are no longer showing in other cinemas. You're unlikely to see a full house but it's nice to see a cinema offering something different. They are usually only open in the evenings.
Cinema Quality & Service - 4 out of 10
I have to say that the cinemas themselves are getting pretty old. There are no beverage holders, minimal leg room and a general run-down feel.
Parking is also difficult given the inner-city location. Unless you want to pay in a nearby car park, you'll have to try your luck on the streets (where parks are few and far between).
Price - 8 out of 10
The following pricing information is current as at December 2010.
| || ||Adult||Conce- |
| ||Movie Club||$6.00||$6.00||$6.00|
· Ticket prices can vary depending on the film being screened.
· You can bring your own beer and wine but there is a $5 corkage charge per bottle or six-pack.
· For $10 a year you can join the Tribal Theatre Movie Club which gets you $6.00 entry to all films.
· The Club provides a free double pass on your birthday so it’s paid for itself right there!
To check out my thoughts on other cinemas in Brisbane, click here.
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