Colony Theater & Cocktails

4506 Forest Boulevard,
East St. Louis, IL 62204

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Colony Theater

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The Colony II Theater was opened April 19, 1991 with 3-screens. It later operated as an adult movie theatre. It was reported as being closed around 2009.

However by January 2010, it was reopened, now with 4-screens as the Colony Theatre & Cocktails and again showing adult movies. One of the screens is for couples only. The cinema opens Wednesday 10am-6pm, Thursday 10am-12am. There is also a cocktail lounge which opens at 8pm. On Friday’s and Saturdays, the cinema operates from 10am-2am. If you pay to get in the lounge, the couples theatre and lounge are open until 3am. It was closed in May 2016 upon the death of the owner.

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hbsexymama1
hbsexymama1 on May 31, 2010 at 4:48 pm

what is this theater all about?? i was told that anything goes in there while watchin porn and all that.. is this true?? first i’ve heard of this place and thought hmm i m gonna look it up online and see what it’s all about. can someone tell me what goes on there and what it is all about. just curious.. thanks

Matthew Prigge
Matthew Prigge on April 5, 2012 at 11:42 am

Hello all,

I am doing a large-scale research project on adult theatres and would be very interested to hear from anything who either worked at or attended this theatre during its time showing adult films. If you would like to help me out, you can email me at .

Thanks!

rivest266
rivest266 on March 6, 2016 at 11:55 am

This opened on April 19th, 1991 with three screens. Grand opening ad in photo screens. According to 2014 reviews, it is now open Friday and Saturday nights.

Dr Emilio Lizardo
Dr Emilio Lizardo on July 6, 2016 at 1:29 am

Doc here from The Journal of Adult Theaters blog. The Colony II is now closed as of May 2016, and prospects of a re-opening are slim. The business was sold when the long time owner, Ed Komorek, passed away and in turn was sold by his heirs. From what I understand licenses were not obtained by the new owners and the business (which was to be re-named “Kisses”) was shuttered by the city.

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