• $6.00 Discount Monday
  • $7.00 Matinee Child / Senior
  • $9.00 Matinee Adult
  • $8.00 Evening Child/Senior
  • $11.00 Evening Adult


The historic Roxy Theatre is located at 320 - 20th St West in Saskatoon. Free parking is available to theatre patrons on the corner of 20th St. and Ave D. It is located only a few blocks west of Idylwyld Dr., within easy walking distance of downtown.

The Roxy originally opened in 1930, in the heart of the Riversdale area of Saskatoon. It is one of the last atmospheric theatres in Canada, presenting movies in the ambiance of a Spanish courtyard, in the main theatre. The Roxy screens art and alternative movies mostly, appreciated by discerning moviegoers. The occasional Hollywood hit might slip through too!

The murals of Canadian artist, Fred Harrison, add to the eclectic atmosphere of the Roxy.

The Roxy Theatre shows weekday evening movies, weekend matinees and hosts live and musical events & promotions throughout the year. The cinema is available for rent for special events.

The Roxy is wheelchair accessible and has assistive listening devices.

Visa/MC/AMEX/debit accepted.
  • Listening Devices

Magic Lantern Theatres Roxy Theatre

320 20th St West Saskatoon , SK S7M 0X2
24h Movie Info: (306) 955-8642
Office: (306) 665-0552
Fax: (306) 665-0553
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Come in on Monday night for Discount Admission! All seats are just $6.00 each!

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Open to Moms, Dads, Grandparents, and Caregivers.

Tuesday Movies For Mommies!
1:00pm - Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the Month!

Admission includes a welcome gift, change table, bottle warmers, reduced sound for little ears, brighter lights, and the chance for prizes and giveaways.
$10.00 per Mommy & Baby. Every 7th movie is FREE!

Wednesday Date Night!
7:00pm - Every 3rd Wednesday of the Month!

Deal includes 2x Admissions, a Magic Combo (2 Med. Drinks & 1 Lg. Popcorn), and also includes a welcome gift, change table, bottle warmers, reduced sound for little ears, brighter lights, and the chance for prizes and giveaways.
$31.00 for BOTH Parents/Caregivers & Baby.

Sunday, September 17th, 2014 - 7:00pm
Sony Pictures and Magic Lantern Theatres presents...
Benefit screening for AIDS Saskatoon

Please join us on Wednesday, September 17th for a special screening of the Oscar winning picture, Philadelphia.

Tom Hanks stars in an Oscar winning role as Andrew Beckett, a man with AIDS who is fired by a conservative law firm because of his condition. He hires a homophobic small time lawyer as the only willing advocate for a wrongful dismissal suit.

All proceeds from this screening will be generously donated to AIDS Saskatoon via the 2014 ScotiaBank AIDS Walk For Life

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 - 7:00pm - Admission: by donation (suggested $5)

Thursday, September 18th, 2014 - 6:30pm
Affinity Credit Union presents...
Park(ing) Day Kickoff Event
with guest speaker Reid Henry (CEO of cSPACE PROJECTS)

Event Website

Kick off Park(ing) Day with guest speaker Reid Henry, President and CEO of cSPACE PROJECTS at The Roxy Theatre. Reid has over 16 years of experience working at the intersection of urban, cultural and economic development with a focus on non-profit real estate projects. Through a range of consulting and project management roles across Canada and abroad, he has developed an approach to city-building that is multi-disciplinary in perspective and collaborative in practice. Recently appointed as the first President and CEO of cSPACE Projects, Reid is leading the development of a network of large scale, multi-disciplinary creative workspaces in Calgary, Alberta.

After the discussion, join us at the Odd Couple to enjoy food and drink as we continue the conversation. Reserve your FREE spot at

Thursday, September 18th, 2014 - 6:30pm - FREE Admission

Sunday, September 21st, 2014 - 11:00am
ScotiaBank AIDS Walk For Life

Please join us in support of the 2014 ScotiaBank AIDS Walk For Life. Registration at 9:00am, and the walk begins at 11:00am, at The Roxy.

The Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life is a national awareness and fundraising event that takes place every year in communities all across Canada. Funds raised support direct programs and services for Canadians living with HIV/AIDS in their communities.

As many as 71,300 people are living with HIV/AIDS in Canada. Over one quarter of them dont even know it. There is no cure and no vaccines to prevent new infections. When you have HIV/AIDS, life gets a lot harder. You can help.

Please take a moment to support our team by making a donation on our behalf: Support Our Team

Saturday, October 4th, 2014 - MIDNIGHT!
Tommy Wiseau's
The Room

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Oh, hai Saskatoon!

The Room is an electrifying American black comedy about love, passion, betrayal and lies, starring writer/director Tommy Wiseau as a successful banker with a great respect forand dedication tothe people in his life, especially his future wife Lisa (Juliette Danielle). As the film depicts friendships and relationships in the lives of its five major characters, it raises life's real and most-asked question: ''Can you really trust anyone?''

Don't miss your chance to experience Wiseau's epic masterpiece. This quirky black comedy is a riot!

...and don't forget your spoons!

Saturday, October 25th, 2014 - 1:00pm & 7:30pm
New Community Credit Union presents...
Silence Is Golden:
Phantom Of The Opera

with LIVE SCORE performed by the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra

Lon Chaney stars as Erik, the Phantom, in what is probably his most famous and certainly his most horrifying role. Produced by Universal, the film shot in 1923 and shelved for nearly two years, and was subjected to intensive studio tinkering. While many expected a disaster, the film turned out to be a rousing success. It was both the stepping off point for Chaney's run as a superstar at MGM and the prototype for the horror film cycle at Universal in the 1930s. The story concerns Erik, a much-feared fiend who haunts the Paris Opera House. Lurking around the damp, dank passages deep in the cellars of the theater, he secretly coaches understudy Christine Daae (Mary Philbin) to be an opera star. Through a startling sequence of terrors, including sending a giant chandelier crashing down on the opera patrons, the Phantom forces the lead soprano to withdraw from the opera, permitting Christine to step in. Luring Christine into his subterranean lair below the opera house, the Phantom confesses his love. But Christine is in love with Raoul de Chagny (Norman Kerry). The Phantom demands that Christine break off her relationship with Raoul before he'll allow her to return to the opera house stage. She agrees, but immediately upon her release from the Phantom's lair, she runs into the arms of Raoul and they plan to flee to England after her performance that night. The Phantom overhears their conversation and, during her performance, the Phantom kidnaps Christine, taking her to the depths of his dungeon. It is left to Raoul and Simon Buquet (Gibson Gowland), a secret service agent, to track down the Phantom and rescue Christine.

The Paris Opera House is a dark and scary place when the Phantom is at his worst in this 1925 cult classic starring Lon Chaney. The weekend before Halloween, the orchestra performs the score with L.A.s silent movie pianist Rick Friend, at the Roxy Theatre, one of the last remaining atmospheric theatres in Canada!

Saturday, October 25th, 2014 - 1:00pm - Tickets: $32.00
Saturday, October 25th, 2014 - 7:30pm - Tickets: $40.00

Book your next Meeting, Lecture, Wedding, Concert, or any other Special Event at the historic Roxy Theatre!
Call the theatre at 665-0552 for details and pricing.

Your Community Theatre since 1930