Joined friends for a showing at the Kimo Theatre! Way cool. Spent a lot of time walking around this iconic building & looking at pictures and memorabilia! So glad the city and citizens restored this iconic landmark! Plan to take in a tour of facility next month! Do not miss this facility!
We watched the Nutcracker ballet at the Kimo. The Ballet Repertory Theatre did the performance, but that is a separate review. Here is want to talk about the theater itself. It was built in 1927 during the art Deco period. However it is also in New Mexico, so they combined deco with southwest and came up with the completely unique.... 更多
First off who doesn't love watching burlesque and of course the famous haunting here made the myth of him alive when the fire alarm went off and the lights flickering wasn't a bad thing was kind of exciting ! It's so spacious and comfortable only down fall more bathrooms would be nice the lines where soooooo long and the bathroom... 更多
We didn't go to a movie or event here but wandered in just before one and were invited to have a look around. Wow oh wow is all I can say. What a marvelous structure and so beautifully and lovingly restored. If there is a 'Pueblo Art Deco' style, this has to be the creme de la creme. It is... 更多
I love the kimono theatre. Beautiful lobby, stage, and theatre area decorated in New Mexican style. Take a few minutes to stop by... It's free with a voluntary donation box.
I loved my experience at the Kimo theatre. It was a unique experience for me to see "Two Lane Blacktop", a movie from 1971, on the big screen. The movie wasn't great, but the ambiance was fantastic and movie tickets are only $5.00. They also have reasonably priced concessions with 2.00 sodas and delicious popcorn for $1.00 and $2.00. Great... 更多
Ever since we were wowed by this spectacular Pueblo Deco architectural gem on a brief visit to Albuquerque in April 2015, my wife and I have been looking forward to coming back to this theater and going inside and enjoying an event here. When we decided to stop in New Mexico for a week on our return from Southern California,... 更多
So glad to see that this old building is still being used for its original purpose - MOVIES! Although we didn't get to see one, it was fun to wander around the theater and see it's restoration. Nice, unanticipated stop!
Our fourth time attending the SW Burlesque and the show seems to offer less every year. It is time for a change with more locals/less headliners. We enjoyed the microbrew and the Pueblo Deco decor. The theater is a destination itself and never disapoints.