With the weather getting colder, the Torrington Drive-in has stopped having regularly scheduled movies.
We thank the people who have come out to watch movies over the summer.
Torrington Downtown Partners, Torrington Library's Teen Advisory Board, and Five Points Center for the Visual Arts are pleased to have bought you a classic drive-in movie theater at Five Points.
Does your group have a special event where our 40’ inflatable screen, projector and sound system could come in useful? Please send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.Local Raves and Reviews!
The Republican-American covers the Torrington drive-in here!
The Register Citizen talks about our drive-in project series here!
City Views covers the premiere
at the drive-in!
Connecticut Magazine talks about the drive-in and how Five Points Gallery is making the closed UCONN campus an art desitination!Health and Safety Guidelines
Below are rules that we require all moviegoers to follow. They are intended to protect you, our employees and community as our collective health is of upmost importance during these challenging times.
- Please do not enter the premises if you are experiencing flu like symptoms or have a fever, a persistent cough or experiencing shortness of breath. Please also do not enter the premises if you have been diagnosed with Covid-19 or have been exposed to someone who has been diagnosed with Covid-19.
- You must wear a mask when you are on the premises. This includes wearing a mask when visiting the bathroom and any food trucks.
- Smoking is not permitted.
- No Alcohol
- Pets are not permitted in consideration of the other viewers.
- You must stay in your vehicle at all times except to visit the bathroom and food trucks.
- You must view the movie from within your vehicle. You are currently allowed to sit in the bed of your truck or in your open hatchback. You can set-up chairs directly in front of your vehicle, but not to the sides. This is subject to change based upon state guidelines.
- You must practice social distancing at all times.
- When parking your car to view a movie, you must ensure that there is one space between you and the next car.
- You must follow all other guidelines posted at the property as well as the CDC.
If you do not follow the above guidelines, you will be asked to leave without refund.
We sincerely thank you for your support of the Torrington Drive-In at Five Points and making it a safe and special place for all patrons.