There is more to the movieworld than just your regular Hollywood-flick, which you can see in the regular theatres. Filmhuis Griffioen brings you the broad perspective by showing movies from all around the world. How about a little Japanese manga, some Hungarian drama, Swedish comedy or -dare we say- a Dutch film?
The films are shown in their original version, with Dutch subtitles.
Open September until the end of May, on every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, with two shows every evening.
The cinema often shows movies/cartoons for kids and one or two mainstream movies. Keep in mind that most movies for kids are dubbed, so if your kids do not speak Dutch, or you want to experience the movie in its original language, think twice before you go there.
Mainstream movies are subbed in Dutch.
See the website for the agenda of the theater and cinema.
They have good 70´s 80´s 90´s parties called "Hitfeest" every 3rd Saturday of the month. Entrance 21 and older. This evening is often sold out, so buy your tickets in advance!
Besides that, bands are playing on the main stage. Check out their website for the agenda.
You have to buy special plastic coins to buy your drinks with...
Dress Code: Depends on the evening...
This is a local braun bar along a countryish road. Most of the people who go there are farmers. Expect boisterous good times and friendly people with good prices. Could be 1950 all over again, dogs are welcome.
I can't say it enough. This is a local spot that absolutely hops!! Its busy, people are having fun, its lively, they're honest, and it won't bust your wallet. Beers are about a euro and a half. They have jenever, anythign you want, great food and waitresses that are just phenomenally good looking.
Dress Code: Casual, but not too casual.