Naro Expanded Cinema

1507 Colley Ave
Norfolk, VA 23517
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Customer Reviews (9 reviews)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Nov 29, 2005
The NARO is practically a historic landmark in downtown Norfolk, VA. The theater is large, more like a theater for shows than a movie theater (there is a balcony!) . You can purchase food while you eat, and they show all... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Nov 10, 2005
The Naro is one of the oldest movie theaters in the hampton roads area and it is also one of the nicest. The Naro is a single screen theater that shows some new movies, but what is most impressive with it is that it... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Sep 08, 2005
One of the only independent movie houses in the area, the Naro is the only place to catch the best Indie, foreign, and offbeat cinema. A true landmark in Norfolk! (more)

Michael T.

on Judys Book Aug 17, 2005
This theater is located in the Ghent business district of Norfolk, and the theater itself gives you a very old school feel. The theater usually plays smaller films to try to support the independent film makers. You... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Jul 15, 2005
The Naro is one of the best old movie theatres in this area. It really brings back memories being there. That red velvet curtain makes you feel like you are at fancy show. Really nice place to go.... (more)

Michele F.

on Judys Book Jun 26, 2005
The Naro in downtown Norfolk is truly a gem. It is an old theater that still hosts movies on a regular basis. The wonderful thing about the Naro is that they usually only play independent films there versus big... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch May 29, 2005
One of the best (and only) places to catch indie films in the Hamptom Roads area. Great old world theater; large screen and seating area, excellent sound. (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch May 26, 2005
The Naro is one of the oldest working movie theaters in Norfolk. It usually hosts those hard to find, independent films that often aren't shown on the major big screen. The theater has an upstairs balcony where you can... (more)


on Citysearch Sep 07, 2004
<b>In Short</b><br>This movie theater in the Ghent section of downtown Norfolk is reputedly among the oldest theaters on the East Coast. Since the early 1970s, it has functioned as the art house and revival theater... (more)

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