Regency Movie Theaters

Regency Theatres, California’s largest family-owned and -operated theater chain, joined forces with Atom Tickets to offer its moviegoers an opportunity to enjoy the seamless star treatment. Regency Theatres first opened its doors in 1996, and since then, has expanded into a 28-theater chain with locations in Arizona, Southern California, Hawaii and Nevada.

Regency Theatres’ “neighborhood theater” philosophy celebrates the local vibes of all of its locations. This very special attention to detail brings a community uniqueness to each and every theater. Regency’s historic Art Deco Lido Theatre in Newport Beach is the surf film capital of Southern California. It opened in 1938 with the premiere of JEZEBEL starring Bette Davis, who lived in the neighborhood. She told the owner, “They had better open with my picture.” So they did. Davis is also the reason behind the sitting parlor that still stands in the women’s restroom—paying homage to the time when women would gather to smoke, chat and put on makeup together. The Lido Theatre also has a classic red velvet curtain that rises with each presentation, along with a strict no-advertisements policy. Along the same historic lines, The Bruin Theater in Westwood Village (Los Angeles) opened in 1936 with 670 seats. The elegant location’s distinctive wrap-around marquee can be seen from all four streets that intersect at the theater. Across the street is the Village Theater. It first opened its doors in 1931, and has been a popular destination for moviegoers for many generations. It was part of the old Fox Theatres circuit and played the best from Fox Studio. The Fox name still stands in lights today. And, the San Juan Capistrano location features a Casablanca-themed theater with a restaurant and bar—appropriately named Rick’s Café.

Since each theater is so remarkably different, the amenities available also range. Some locations offer crystal clear Dolby Atmos sound systems that deliver fully immersive, heart-pounding audio, while others offer game rooms, luxury seating and more.

If you’re into promotional pricing, definitely use Atom Tickets to peruse the offers at your preferred location, as each theater is different. Most theaters include special matinee, senior and student offers—along with a discounted rate on Tuesdays (we love Tuesdays!).

If you frequent Regency Theatres, you might want to look into their rewards program. When you sign up for Regency Rewards, you earn points on ticket and concession purchases—and, it’s free! You can use your points on tickets and more. Plus, you can link your Regency Rewards account to your Atom Tickets account, so you can still rack up points when you purchase your tickets on the Atom app or atomtickets.com. Woo-hoo!

Planning a company party and want to throw a memorable bash? You might want to think about renting one of the incredible theaters that are part of the Regency chain. If popcorn, treats and a Hollywood blockbuster in a private movie theater don’t make you the best boss ever, we don’t know what does.

So, as you can see, Regency Theatres has a lot to offer. From hosting Hollywood’s red carpet premieres to presenting indie surf films at Bette Davis’ personally-approved spot, Regency Theatres integrates a significant grouping of movie theatres—with the best fun facts for movie buffs.

The next time you’re planning a movie outing to Regency Theatres, make your first stop Atom Tickets. We like to think of ourselves as the invisible red carpet that leads you throughout your moviegoing experience. You can purchase your tickets ahead of time (and skip the lines at the box office!) and reserve your perfect seat. Plus, you can invite friends through the Atom Tickets app (and avoid the drawn-out text messages!). It makes your movie outing seamless and special—each and every visit.

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Regency Theatres, California’s largest family-owned and -operated theater chain, joined forces with Atom Tickets to offer its moviegoers an opportunity to enjoy the seamless star treatment. Regency Theatres first opened its doors in 1996, and since then, has expanded into a 28-theater chain with locations in Arizona, Southern California, Hawaii and Nevada.

Regency Theatres’ “neighborhood theater” philosophy celebrates the local vibes of all of its locations. This very special attention to detail brings a community uniqueness to each and every theater. Regency’s historic Art Deco Lido Theatre in Newport Beach is the surf film capital of Southern California. It opened in 1938 with the premiere of JEZEBEL starring Bette Davis, who lived in the neighborhood. She told the owner, “They had better open with my picture.” So they did. Davis is also the reason behind the sitting parlor that still stands in the women’s restroom—paying homage to the time when women would gather to smoke, chat and put on makeup together. The Lido Theatre also has a classic red velvet curtain that rises with each presentation, along with a strict no-advertisements policy. Along the same historic lines, The Bruin Theater in Westwood Village (Los Angeles) opened in 1936 with 670 seats. The elegant location’s distinctive wrap-around marquee can be seen from all four streets that intersect at the theater. Across the street is the Village Theater. It first opened its doors in 1931, and has been a popular destination for moviegoers for many generations. It was part of the old Fox Theatres circuit and played the best from Fox Studio. The Fox name still stands in lights today. And, the San Juan Capistrano location features a Casablanca-themed theater with a restaurant and bar—appropriately named Rick’s Café.

Since each theater is so remarkably different, the amenities available also range. Some locations offer crystal clear Dolby Atmos sound systems that deliver fully immersive, heart-pounding audio, while others offer game rooms, luxury seating and more.

If you’re into promotional pricing, definitely use Atom Tickets to peruse the offers at your preferred location, as each theater is different. Most theaters include special matinee, senior and student offers—along with a discounted rate on Tuesdays (we love Tuesdays!).

If you frequent Regency Theatres, you might want to look into their rewards program. When you sign up for Regency Rewards, you earn points on ticket and concession purchases—and, it’s free! You can use your points on tickets and more. Plus, you can link your Regency Rewards account to your Atom Tickets account, so you can still rack up points when you purchase your tickets on the Atom app or atomtickets.com. Woo-hoo!

Planning a company party and want to throw a memorable bash? You might want to think about renting one of the incredible theaters that are part of the Regency chain. If popcorn, treats and a Hollywood blockbuster in a private movie theater don’t make you the best boss ever, we don’t know what does.

So, as you can see, Regency Theatres has a lot to offer. From hosting Hollywood’s red carpet premieres to presenting indie surf films at Bette Davis’ personally-approved spot, Regency Theatres integrates a significant grouping of movie theatres—with the best fun facts for movie buffs.

The next time you’re planning a movie outing to Regency Theatres, make your first stop Atom Tickets. We like to think of ourselves as the invisible red carpet that leads you throughout your moviegoing experience. You can purchase your tickets ahead of time (and skip the lines at the box office!) and reserve your perfect seat. Plus, you can invite friends through the Atom Tickets app (and avoid the drawn-out text messages!). It makes your movie outing seamless and special—each and every visit.