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THE BIJOU THEATRE


Bijou Theatre

           1624 NE Highway 101   Lincoln City, OR.     541-994-8255          
                  Voted  SMALL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR  2016.     
25 YEARS 3/8/21 ALTOMARE OWNERSHIP of The BIJOU!
                 


WATCH BIJOU MOVIES FROM THE SAFETY OF YOUR LIVING ROOM SOFA, 

WHILE HELPING TO SUPPORT THE BIJOU THEATRE.      

CLICK POSTERS TO WATCH THE TRAILER.

 CLICK RED "TICKETS" BUTTON TO WATCH THE CORRESPONDING MOVIE.

For more help with the mechanics of VIRTUAL THEATRE click up above on "How to Virtual".

Now Playing

ALGREN   

 The rise and fall of Nelson Algren, a writer whose transgressions, compassion and thirst for justice pushed him to become a champion of America's underclass and one of the 20th century's most consequential literary voices.

Presented by: First Run Features.       More info

NOW PLAYING

ON BROADWAY

Legends of stage and screen tell how Broadway came back from the brink once before. Hellen Mirren, Hugh Jackman, Ian McKellen, James Corden and more!    85 min.  

more info   

Presented by: Kino Marquee 

$2 Discount Code: BWAY2OFF

Now Playing

SURGE

 Ben Wishaw

Joseph, a security officer at a London airport, suddenly snaps and another 

personality, opposite of his, comes out.

 Directed by: Aneil Karia  105min.  MORE INFO  

Presented by: Film Rise

NOW PLAYING

DRUNK BUS 

  A directionless, young campus bus driver and a punk rock Samoan security guard named Pineapple form an unlikely kinship as they navigate the unpredictable late shift known as the DRUNK BUS. Comedy, Drama.  Presented by: Film Rise Features.

  MORE INFO    101min.   R

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     OTHER TITLES COMING TO THE VIRTUAL THEATRE 

 Coming in October

HELL OR

 HIGH SEAS

The story follows U.S. Navy veteran Taylor Grieger, who is joined by writer Stephen O’Shea as he navigates the treacherous waters around Cape Horn.

NOV. 5TH

BEANS     

 Torn between innocent childhood and  adolescence; Beans is forced to become the tough Mohawk warrior she needs to be during the Indigenous uprising known as The Oka Crisis .  

OCTOBER 29TH

HOW THEY GOT OVER IT

tells the story of how Black gospel quartet music became a primary source of what would be known as rock and roll, and in the process helped to break down racial walls in mid-twentieth century America.