The Tuchinski Theater was built in 1921 by Abram Icek Tuschinsky as a work of love. He supervised every square inch of the details in this Art Deco masterpiece, which is currently undergoing restoration.
A wonderful place to see a movie (usually in English with Dutch subtitles), but sitting in the balconies is rather cramped. Get a box seat, it's worth the price. Unfortunately Mr. Tuschinski himself was killed at Auschwitz, and his lovely theater was used by the Nazis to round up others headed for the death camps.
The Tuschinski Arthouse which screens select movies is open for business!
Address: City: Postcode: Phone: Fax: Added: January 3rd 2002