In 1912, Many businesses along Bridge Street were destroyed in the great Sackville Conflagration Fire,
one of the buildings destroyed was the building that stood where Vogue Cinema now is located.
For Many years it remained a vacant lot, until the Vogue was built in 1946 by Mr. M.E. Walker who also
owned the former Imperial Theatre which was located across the street above Subway and Bridge Street Cafe.
We are an "Art Deco" Theatre, single screen, with a seating capacity of 295.
A new sound system was installed in the fall of 2011 and allows for greater control of 6 channels.
We promise, we won't blow your ears off, explosions are clean, crisp, and rumbling, but you can
still hear dialogue clearly. Come and hear for yourself!
In order to remain open and continue providing a .Heightened Escape., we converted to digital projection
in the spring of 2012. Thus providing the capability of offering 3D experiences when available.
|Past Owners :|
|2006 - Present||Jeff Coates|
|1992 - 2006||Wayne Harper|
|1990 - 1992||S. Cole|
|1983 - 1990||Allison Properties|
|1980 - 1983||A. Walker|
|1965 - 1980||Frank Cole|
|1947 - 1965||M.E. Walker|