Now showing

The Olive Tree (M)
Tulip Fever (M)
Thor: Ragnarok (M)
Victoria and Abdul (PG)
Murder on the Orient Express (M)
I Am Not Your Negro (E)
Madame (M)
No Ordinary Sheila (G)
Frantz (PG)
Goodbye Christopher Robin (PG)
Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (R13)
Human Traces (M)
Waru (M)
The Passion of Augustine (PG)

Coming soon

Wonder (PG)
Breathe (M)
Finding Your Feet (TBA)
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (R16)
Paddington 2 (TBA)
Borg vs McEnroe (M)
The Disaster Artist (M)
The Florida Project (R13)
The Greatest Showman (TBA)
Darkest Hour (TBA)
The Man Who Invented Christmas (PG)
The Shape of Water (R16)
Downsizing (TBA)
Coco (TBA)
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (PG)
Call Me By Your Name (RP13)
British Museum presents: Hokusai

About Light House Cinema

Going to the cinema is about so much more than watching a film.  At Light House we try to create an environment of comfort and sophistication to deliver a unique cinema experience.  

Light House Petone

Located at 52 Beach Street, our Petone cinema offers a warm and inviting atmosphere.  From our spacious cafe, offering fresh in-house food and a wide selection of fine beer and wine to our secluded upstairs lounge, Light House Petone is the ideal place to escape the daily grind.
Ph: 04 939 2061
Open 9am-9pm 7 days.

Light House Pauatahanui

Overlooking the peaceful wildlife reserve in Pauatahanui, our intimate cinemas and bright, spacious cafe provide a comfortable and relaxed venue serving fresh in-house food and a comprehensive selection of local and imported wine, beer and cold or hot refreshments.  Located at 3 Paekakariki Hill Road, Light House Pauatahanui provides a unique cinema experience like no other.
Ph: 04 234 6770
Opens 30 minutes before first screening.

Light House Cuba

Located in Wellington's bustling Cuba Street district, Light House Cuba is situated at 29 Wigan Street. With our great selection of art house films, local wine and hot drinks, it’s the perfect place to unwind in the city.
Ph: 04 385 3337
Open 10am - 10pm 7 days.