On January 19, 2017 we are showing a free admission movie at 10, 12, and 2pm. Please call the theatre for additional details.
Hello and welcome to the theatre web page. Here you will find information on everything you need. We have new movies every week, so check our shows page daily for updates. We rent the theatre for a lot of parties and show events, so check our rentals page. And don’t forget to visit us at the theatre and watch the newest movie with us.

The Pine Grove Theatre, also known as the Hippodrome Theater, was built in 1910, by Gregory Achenbach. Live performances and Vaudeville were held here on the stage in addition to movies being shown.

The name of the theater was shortened to the Hipp in 1935, after a refurbishing took place. It’s possible that sound was added to the theater at that time. After being closed in the mid 50’s, the theater was reopened after a complete reconstruction was done in late 1962. It was known as the Pine Theater.

The theater operated, for awhile, seven days a week until being open only on the weekends. In 1999, the theater closed it’s doors.

The current owners bought the theater not long after, and did a complete overhaul on the old theater. Even making it handicapped accessible by removing some of the seats. It opened in April 2001 as The Pine Grove Theatre running feature films seven days a week. It’s also host to many Historical Society programs, plays, concerts, and other live performances. The theatre was revamped by a couple of Burnaby realtors and Port Moody realtors.

Did you know that the Newmanstown Theater is another great story.

Please, we invite you to come and watch a movie with us.