Get a taste of cinema-going in the 20’s at Te Puke’s stately, restored theatre that was built during the rise of “talking pictures” in 1929. The magnificent art deco building in the main street was lovingly restored by former kiwifruit grower Ross Trebilco who bought the building with wife Evelyn in 1997.
Features include stunning painted frescoes in the foyer featuring Mount Maunganui. It may be an historic building but the Capitol has the largest screen in the Bay and Sony Dynamic Digital Sound (SDDS). Screens mainstream movies, plus artier films in smaller ‘luxury lounge’ auditoriums.
131 Jellicoe Street, Te Puke, tel Info Line 573 8055