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Oct 9 – 15

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Julie & Julia has a screening tonight (Thursday) at 7:30pm. Due to all the concerts this weekend, the next showing won’t be until Mon, Oct 12 at 6:30pm. Julie & Julia will be here until Tue, Oct 20.

Here’s the line-up for the weekend:

Tickets for all shows will be available at the door for cash or check only.

This Sunday (Oct 11) we continue our month of classic horror double features with Bride of Frankenstein (1935, 35mm) and The Horror of Dracula (1958, DVD). Our Young Audiences Series (aka the Children’s Series) continues next weekend with Beetlejuice on Sat, Oct 17 at 2PM.

Concert update: Tickets for George Winston (4/7/10), Sonny Landreth (4/10/10) and Roger McGuinn (4/30/10) go on sale at 12pm this Saturday! You can buy tickets online at ticketweb.com. More details about these shows will be in the Concerts & Events section of the site by Monday.

Member update: The Wharton Esherick Museum is now offering a 50% discount on museum tours to our members! Call 610-644-5822 for reservations and don’t forget to bring your Colonial membership card with you when you go. The WEM is an absolute jewel of a museum right in our back yard. If you’ve never been, there’s never been a better time than now!

Ticketing update: It may be as soon as Monday that we’ll be ready to flip the switch on our new ticketing system which will allow you to purchase tickets to all shows, including films, online and in advance. We will also start accepting credit cards here at the theatre! Once the switch is flipped I will send out an email to all of you about how this new system will work. Thank you all for your patience while we’ve made this transition!

Gay Street Bridge Update: Jean Krack, our Borough Manager sent us an email today – “We’ve confirmed with PennDOT that the opening of the Gay Street Bridge will be at 11:00am on Friday, October 16. At this time we are planning to have the ribbon cutting at the center of the bridge with dignitaries and guests.” There will also be entertainment and classic cars — and everyone is invited! Please join the borough in celebrating the early completion of this project.

Thanks for your support and we’ll see you at the theatre!