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Welcome to The Revue! Find out what's playing, check out our innovative programs and more. Follow this link for ticket prices and directions. And don't forget, for the time being you can park free at the Howard Public School lot when classes are not in session on the south side of Howard Park Ave., just west of Roncesvalles. 

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Mr. Holmes

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An aged, retired Sherlock Holmes looks back on his life, and grapples with an unsolved case involving a beautiful woman. (more)

Next showtime: Fri Aug 28 @ 7:00 PM

Docs in Revue: BatKid Begins

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Docs in Revue - A weekly series that brings the best documentary films, right to your neighbourhood A special series curated by Roncy's own… (more)Last updated: Aug 14, 2015 19:41
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Business Film Fridays - BFF

Last Friday of the Month Doors Open 3:30pm

A Monthly Film Series That is Every Entrepreneur's BFF Camaraderie Coworking and The Revue Cinema present Business Film Fridays where startups, entrepreneurs, and freelancers can spend the late afternoon watching a business-themed movie.  The theatre box office will open at 3:30pm, with a short introduction and the feature film at 4:00pm. A Q&A or panel discussion will take place immediately after each film prior to relocating to a local…

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Classics Revue presents Dance Girl Dance 16mm Thursday August 27 @7:00pm

Dance, Girl, Dance Thursday August 27th @ 7:00pm Directed by Dorothy Arzner Starring Lucille Ball, Maureen O'Hara, Louis Hayward, Ralph Bellamy Edited by Robert Wise B&W | 16mm In a rare starring role, Lucille Ball plays Bubbles, a Burlesque dancer with lofty ambitions, while Maureen O'Hara's prim and proper Judy strives for acceptance as a classical ballerina. A rivalry ensues when they both set their eyes on the same man, (Hayward). A…

(more) Last updated: Aug 01, 2015 13:02