is now Live!
has been postponed due to personal setbacks.
We apologize and appreciate your ongoing support.
In the meantime please feel free to place a concessions order or make a financial contribution.
Thank you all.
The Little Prince Team
Thank you for investing in the future of the arts!
We're glad you asked! The Little Prince is a popcorn shop, lounge, screening room, intimate event space, and production studio designed to enrich the community by breathing life into adventurous and unconventional arts programming via our ten seat "micro-cinema" and its accompanying "Lobby Lounge & Theatre Concession." The Little Prince's screening room is affectionately referred to as the
This was a distinction we were making official with the support of Guinness World Records when we were shut down in late 2020.
The Little Prince was designed and built in the Spring of 2019 by Leigh Cooney, alongside several friends, family members, filmmakers, artists, and a loving community. We are a "Social Enterprise," meaning we operate on a community-before-profits model. Your generous contributions keep us alive and fighting. Thank you for that!
"World's Smallest Movie Theatre!"
What is the
Who are we?
We are a just a couple of creative entrepreneurs passionate about the intersection of art and social justice. Our goal is to strengthen the fabric of communities by hosting tiny, unconventional, experiences. At the heart of the project are these two workhorses:
is an Irish-born Canadian artist, social-entrepreneur, dedicated father to two wonderful children, and the devilishly handsome founder of the little Prince.
He really likes movies, small stuff, and peanut butter.
Tired of bland homogenized culture, Leigh's goal is to bring new ideas to life by taking risks and inspiring exciting collaborations between individuals, small businesses, and community organizations.
is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist, poet, screenwriter, and "woman-about-town." She is enthusiastic about donuts. If you've ever enjoyed our world-famous popcorn you have Carla to thank.
How much do we need? All of it. All the funding.
We are a small social-enterprise, meaning we operate on a community-before-profits model, and we have frankly had a s**t run of luck this last year.
We are building something completely new. A small unconventional space for hosting small unconventional events. All for the most intimate of audiences.
Unconventional programming is not exactly lucrative. That's why so few want to take a chance on it. Well damn it, we do, and we think that's worth investing in. We hope you agree.