Presented by Art House Billings
It’s finally here!
It has been a long journey since Art House Cinema & Pub announced their plan to expand their single screen micro-cinema to a three screen entertainment venue and restaurant, but after multiple delays over the years and months, Art House Billings is re-opening to the public on November 16th!
That evening, the new and improved Art House Cinema & Pub, located at 109 North 30th Street, will have a grand opening, complete with a ribbon-cutting, allowing the public to take a look at all the hard work the staff and a superstar group of volunteers put into this renovation. The new kitchen, Reels at Art House, headed by Chef Jason Corbridge, will be serving its artisan menu that evening, but screenings will not occur until the following day, November 17th, with Killers of the Flower Moon and some other yet to be determined film offerings. Other events, such as live music and stand-up comedy, will begin booking in 2024.
From November 17th onward, Art House Cinema & Pub will be open 7 days a week serving fantastic food, playing films, and bringing other live entertainment to their location, and it’s all because of the amazing support of the Billings community towards this little theater and its dream of offering a unique entertainment experience to downtown.
Art House Billings is a non-profit arts organization, operating both Art House Cinema & Pub and The Babcock Theatre in downtown Billings. They believe in entertaining, engaging, and enriching the community through film, art, and culture. For more information on the organization, as well as showtimes, tickets, and theater rentals, visit arthousebillings.com.
Photos courtesy of Amanda Bellinger