The Zwenkau Cultural Cinema, which is of outstanding architectural importance in the cityscape of Zwenkau, is a platform for diverse events with an emphasis on cinema, theater, concerts, workshops and courses
It has a long history, both as a cinema and as a cultural centre. The building was erected in 1927 as an Art Decó style cinema. In the 1970s, the house was converted into a cultural centre which remained in operation until it closed in 1990. In 2003, committed citizens of Zwenkau and Leipzig joined forces as the association "kulturinitiative zwenkau e.V." and developed a new concept for its use. They were able to save the house from demolition. From 2015 to 2016, restoration was carried out in accordance with the preservation of historical monuments.
Today, film screenings, concerts and theatre performances take place at the KulturKino zwenkau on a regular basis. A special highlight is the 50 square metre screen with special rolling technology - a Saxon invention that is only available in a few cinemas.
Drinks and snacks are available at the bar.