Louisville movie theater with 50-year history closing for good

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Louisville movie theater with 50-year history closing for good this summer

Village 8, a Louisville-region movie theater with a nearly 50-year history, will close its doors for good this summer. It announced in September it was switching to first-run films. It opened in the 1970s.Its last day will be July 5, “a $2 Tuesday.”The Village 8 building at 4014 Dutchmans Lane was purchased by Norton Healthcare Inc. in 2016. Since then, Village 8 has been a tenant of the health care company. Earlier in 2016, it was announced that Village 8 would close when Kentucky One planned to buy the building, but those plans fell through and the theater remained open after Norton’s purchase. The property is located in a medical hub. All three of Louisville’s largest hospital systems, including Norton, Baptist Health and UofL Health, have a presence in the area. Click here for more information on the movie theater closing from Louisville Business First.

Village 8, a Louisville-region movie theater with a nearly 50-year history, will close its doors for good this summer.

Village 8 is an eight-screen theater which, until recently, showed second-run movies at a discounted rate. It announced in September it was switching to first-run films. It opened in the 1970s.

Its last day will be July 5, “a $2 Tuesday.”

The Village 8 building at 4014 Dutchmans Lane was purchased by Norton Healthcare Inc. in 2016. Since then, Village 8 has been a tenant of the health care company.

Earlier in 2016, it was announced that Village 8 would close when Kentucky One planned to buy the building, but those plans fell through and the theater remained open after Norton’s purchase.

The property is located in a medical hub. All three of Louisville’s largest hospital systems, including Norton, Baptist Health and UofL Health, have a presence in the area.

Click here for more information on the movie theater closing from Louisville Business First.

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