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Spend a Week at the Colonial Feb 3 – Feb 9

We’ve got quite a full schedule of events this week, so read on!

We are carrying over our feature film this week: The Descendants. Friday night we follow the feature with our Fright Night film, My Bloody Valentine at 10PM.

Saturday at 2PM our kids’ event will be Two of a Kind and the Give ‘Em a Hand Band. Want to see what they are like? What this great video featurette about the band.

Saturday night at 8PM WXPN welcomes Marc Broussard! Tickets are really going fast so be sure to buy yours soon online, at the box office, or over the phone.

Feb 5 is the first Sunday of the month, and that means Tour Time! Join us Sunday at 1PM for a fun tour of the theatre and follow it at 2PM with a great viewing of the classic film Camille. Make sure you RSVP (610-917-1228) by Saturday at 5PM.

Sunday at 2PM our February classic series showcases films whose female lead character’s name is also the title of the film. Each actress playing those roles was also nominated for, or won, an Oscar. This week we begin with Camille, starring Greta Garbo, Robert Taylor and Lionel Barrymore.

Our documentaries this month are all by award winning documentarian Errol Morris. We begin this Sunday at 4:30 with The Thin Blue Line. This is a fascinating study of convicted murderer Randall Adams – and the very strong possibility of his innocence.

Glenn Hough returns for an afternoon of music and merriment on Sunday, Mar 25 at 3PM for the Spring Pipe Organ Concert. Join us and enjoy Glenn’s special brand of musical interpretations and humor, and to hear what our Wurlitzer sounds like now.

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