2 Screens. Built in 1927. Operated by Landmark since 1980. Located in a quiet residential neighborhood, the Esquire Theatre is nestled into Denver's hip and trendy Capitol Hill area. Originally opened in the Fall of 1927 as the Hiawatha Theatre with one screen and a balcony, over the years, it has evolved into a twin screener. Today, it features the finest in independent film and foreign language cinema.
Although the Esquire's current appearance is that of a theatre built in the early 1960s, its presentation is definitely up-to-date, including 70mm capability and Sony Dynamic Digital Sound.
A beautiful two screen art house dating from 1927, showing a mixture of new independent and foreign classics from around the world. Denver's home for Rocky Horror Picture Show and a thriving midnight movie series, come give us a try!
Parking is free in lot adjacent to the theatre. Street parking is also readily available after 6 PM daily.
Sound Systems: SDDS Digital - Dolby SR - Dolby Stereo
Downstairs Auditorium Accessible
(Film programming in that auditorium is subject to change. Call for same day confirmation.)
Best Movie Theatre (2002 Reader's Choice) -OUT FRONT COLORADO
Best Movie Theatre Popcorn (2000 Critic's Choice) -WESTWORD
Favorite Movie Theatre (2000 Critic's Choice) -OUT FRONT COLORADO
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