The KiMo Theatre
Looking for something to do once dinner is over? The KiMo Theatre is ready and waiting – provided you have the tickets for the right performance.
KiMo has far reaching origins. Built in 1927 in an extravagant style, it has since weathered the test of time and is currently recognized by the U.S. Register of Historic Places, while still able to update as necessary on the inside and entertain patrons today. The name translates to “mountain lion” in Tewa. It is an amazing mix of art deco and pueblo revival architectural style that treats the eyes on the outside, while the carefully maintained interior makes for a delight once you walk in.
The KiMo is home to cinematic experiences of all kinds. From classics that both take you back in time or far into the future, such as 2001: A Space Odyssey or Singing in the Rain, there’s always something showing at the KiMo that is sure to spark your interest. Every night features something different.
The KiMo has a little bit of everything; Friday Fright Nights, World Cinema, Movie Musicals, Influential Filmmakers in Cinema, and special showings that include everything from charity events to new and aspiring filmmakers and groups.
Because the theatre is always a hotspot of activity, it is best to visit the KiMo main webpage in order to find out what will be showing on the nights you are in Albuquerque, and then reserve your tickets, so it’s only a matter of walking in and taking a seat.