Locals still mourn the closing of the “Royal” in 2014, so we are hugely delighted to have succeeded in breathing new life into the cinema, albeit temporarily. Projectors and sound systems have been installed and the bar spruced up, all at our own instigation. Why not come and celebrate the fact that the Royal has come alive again? And we apologise if the toilet paper needs changing or you have to wait a few minutes longer at the bar.
Food and drink
Refreshments and snacks are available in the foyer of the Royal before and after film showings. Be aware that we only accept cash – there is a cash machine (ATM) nearby.
On Summit Saturday, between the afternoon and evening sessions, you can enjoy a ‘Bergsteigeressen’: a wholesome meal served up on trestled tables in true mountain-hut style. Meals can be reserved via the ticket shop.
The Royal Theater is close to the centre of Heerlen, where a large array of cafes and eateries can be found, especially at Pancratiusplein. Heerlen’s very own Michelin-star restaurant, Cucina del Mundo, is just a stone’s throw away from the Royal.
By public transport
The Royal Theater is 2 minutes away by foot from Heerlen’s main railway station.
There are unattended bike stands in the direct vicinity of the cinema.
Heerlen has free supervised bicycle storage facilities at Akerstraat 20, approx. 12 minutes’ walk away.
Charging stations are available here for electric bicycles.
Opening times of the bicycle storage facilities:
Monday to Saturday: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Sunday: 12 midday to 6 p.m.
As the cinema is situated in the middle of a pedestrianised zone, the Royal Theater can only be used for the dropping-off and picking-up of car passengers.
There is a multi-storey car park directly next to the Royal Theater: Q-park Coriocenter.