Thank You, Ottawa!


The ByTowne is now closed.

It's possible that, after the pandemic has been brought under control,
new management will take over the space and offer big-screen wonderfulness again.

The building is being maintained, with all its facilities and equipment intact,
in preparation for that hoped-for day.
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ByTowne Swag

ByTowne t-shirtsLooking for ways to keep your ByTowne memories alive?
We can offer several options!


Wearables & Memorabilia

On the 'official' front, we have a RedBubble store with hoodies, t-shirts, magnets, buttons and more! 




Lynn Miles


Ottawa folk icon Lynn Miles has written a song "Goodbye ByTowne" that will tickle your memory synapses and trigger your tear ducts. You can watch and listen to "Goodbye ByTowne" on YouTube at this link. And if you like the song, you can download the music file here to add to your music player's library. Downloads are free, but if you want to support Lynn, consider a small e-transfer to Thanks!




Art Prints

Mike Moir's digital image of the ByTowneOn the less-official-but-much-appreciated front, local artists have come up with some great prints for sale as well.



Mike Moir of Damn Fine Prints created this great image of the ByTowne at night, which is available from his Etsy shop





Sally Vandrish brings her architect's eye to this watercolour of the cinema's façade. Prints in several sizes are available from her website




Earth To André's image of the ByTowne marquee


Earth To André used some mad Photoshop skills to create this colourful image of our spectacular marquee. Prints are available on his Redbubble site.




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