Fully licensed with food and wine available

    "Your Local Motion Picture"


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                                  To book tickets for a session at the Clyde Cinema please phone us on 03 449 2379 


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                               MY COUSIN RACHEL  (PG)


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                                  DESPICABLE ME 3  (PG)


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                                  THE HOUSE (R16)


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                                   ROUGH NIGHT (R16)



                                     FRIDAY 30-JUNE

3:45pm  -  Despicable Me 3  | PG |

5:45pm  -  My Cousin Rachel  | PG |

8:00pm  -  Rough Night  | R16 |

                                      CLOSED SATURDAY 1-JULY

                                     ( Scheduled Clyde Power Outage)

                                        SUNDAY 2-JULY

1:15pm  -  Despicable Me 3 | PG |

3:15pm  -  My Cousin Rachel  | PG |

5:30pm  -  The House  | R16 |

7:30pm  -  Rough Night  | R16 | 

                         CLOSED MONDAY 3-JULY

                                         TUESDAY 4-JULY

12:15pm  -  Met Opera: Idomeneo | PG |  Special Pricing  -  Adults $33,Concession $28

  5:45pm  -  Mclaren | PG | Final Screening!!

  7:45pm  -  My Cousin Rachel  | PG |

                                        WEDNESDAY 5-JULY

3:30pm  -  Pecking Order  | PG |  Final Screening!!

5:30pm  -  My Cousin Rachel  | PG |

7:45pm  -  The House | R16 |




Documentary  -  Rating: G

Pioneer. Leader. Father. Champion.

Documentary telling the story of Bruce McLaren, the Kiwi founder of the McLaren Motor Racing team. From the director of The World's Fastest Indian.

Director Roger Donaldson comments, "I was delighted to be involved in the telling of such an incredible New Zealand story - bringing it to life on the big screen has been a huge effort from all involved in Bruce’s legacy. I look forward to the people of New Zealand seeing this inspiring story in cinemas across New Zealand this winter. Ever since seeing Bruce McLaren and Jack Brabham race each other in the Tasman series years ago I've been a McLaren fan. Few people know just how extraordinary his journey was and how much he accomplished in his short life."





Action, Adventure  -  Rating: M Violence

Wonder. Power. Courage.

Origin story for Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman - first seen in 2016's Batman vs Superman, from the director of Monster. Co-stars Robin Wright, Chris Pine and Connie Nielsen. This is the fourth instalment of the 'DC Extended Universe' (after Man of Steel, Batman vs Superman and Suicide Squad).

Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior. Raised on a sheltered island paradise, when an American pilot crashes on their shores and tells of a massive conflict raging in the outside world, Diana leaves her home, convinced she can stop the threat. Fighting alongside man in a war to end all wars, Diana will discover her full powers… and her true destiny.




Documentary  -  Rating: PG Course Language

Taking us inside the legacy of New Zealand poultry pageantry, Pecking Order shows us people, and chookhouses, you’d never otherwise see on screen. This is a world of faded Canterbury rugby shorts, missing teeth and free promotional Farmlands caps, and it’s bloody charming one indeed. The chicken enthusiast subjects span broadly, from young mulleted Rhys Lilley to grizzled veteran and author of The New Zealand Poultry Standard - which is a real book - Ian Selby



6a Naylor Street    |    Clyde 9330    |    p   03  449 2379