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I always prefer to see movies at the Oldham, instead of the multicinima in our town.T he Oldham feels like family & is cozy yet not as narrow as the multi. I recall when mgmnt announced it would not be showing some repugnant vampire movie, as Oldham tries to maintain itself as more of a family place. I applauded their stand on garbage. The seating is comfortable & service is friendly.
Written February 22, 2003
The Oldham Theater is on the historic square of Winchester,TN. It is locally owned and they hire local teens to work, which gives back to the community. Their prices are reasonable and the popcorn is the best!
Written August 18, 2019
Step back in time and enjoy a great cinema experience! Newly released movies and great refreshments.
Written December 25, 2018
The only upgrade this theater has done was to make the balcony into another theater! The seats are uncomfortable, but the price is right--$5 for adults, $4.50 for children and seniors! There is only one showing for both theaters and that is 7:00 p.m. each night. However, for nostalgia purposes, the exterior is just like every other small town America movie show with the ticket "bubble" office outside, the refreshments are great and reasonable, and on Friday/Saturday nights, you can hardly get a seat--it being the only theater for more than 20 miles. It is located on the square, and the traffic on those two nights is the most you will ever see around Winchester, TN. If you are camping--in tent or cabin--at Tims Ford State Park, stop over for a trip to the past.
Written April 23, 2014
This is a local treasure, preserved by the Rhoton family. They continue to give Franklin County first-run movies and the enjoyment of seeing them in the Oldham Theater, which I enjoyed as a child growing up in the 50s. The building has a beautiful marquee that has been lovingly restored. It is a truly grand venue for those who appreciate the preservation of wonderful home-town theaters.
Written September 28, 2012
This theater reminds you of the ones back before I was alive lol. Very old but update enough to be new. The people are friendly and they have security keeping the kids quite so everyone can enjoy the movie. The prices are low, although they it is up to $7 per person already but it still beats other places. Hope the price holds before they take that part of the theater away. I have been coming here since I was a child and it makes me feel like a kid again every time. Nice having a place that everyone can afford to go to even if you don't have much money.
Written August 8, 2012
Small town charming historic theater. It was a pleasure to attend a theater that had a relaxing, welcoming atmosphere. No large crowds or large prices. Theater was clean and well kept.
Written August 11, 2018
Sight seeing. It’s beautiful. An eye catcher!! Such Old Town Charm. Straight out of the 60’S. I thought it was a breath taking and just fun. Like what you see on tv. Bright Lights flashing. Beautiful Marquee advertising just beautiful
Written April 9, 2018
I grew up going to the theatre every weekend and it is absolutely the best experience. The Oldham Theatre is a must if you visit Winchester. 2 screens showing 2 different and a great concession. You will not want to miss out on visiting this one of a kind theatre.
Written May 22, 2017
Nice family oriented Theater in Downtown Winchester on the Square! Priced right...Get to see first rate movies...Love it!
Written April 25, 2013
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Frequently Asked Questions about Oldham Theater
- Oldham Theater is open:
- Mon - Fri 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
- Sat - Sun 1:30 PM - 9:00 PM