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Le Royal Cinema

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© Cinema Le Royal in Rothau

The history of “Le Royal” cinema began in 1954 during the construction of the building. Three years later, on June 27, 1957, the room was inaugurated with the first screening of the film “La Tunique”. At that time, it was the largest cinema hall ever built in the Bruche Valley, offering a capacity of 555 seats and a huge 45 m2 screen. However, on December 31, 1978, after the broadcast of the film "Blackbeard's Ghost", the theater closed its doors due to the rise of television. The municipality of Rothau then took over the building and transformed it into a multipurpose room. It took 17 years, until December 1995, to see the birth of the “Cinéma Le Royal” association, established in the form of an association. This initiative stems from the recognition of the potential of the original building intended to be a cinema hall. Some equipment, notably a 180-seat balcony, is still in working order! See the map


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