the colonial theatre marquee

Spend a Week at the Colonial May 29 Jun 4


Tickets are still available for Livingston Taylor with Very Special Guest Stephen Kellogg, this Saturday, May 30 and Leon Russell, this Thursday, Jun 4. The quickest, easiest way to get tickets is online.

It’s that time of year again – it’s BLOBFEST! This year it will be held July 10-12, with double features including The Creature From the Black Lagoon in 3D, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, and The Ghastly Love of Johnny X. Thanks to our wonderful sponsors this year: Mainstay Inn, Salena Salon, and Horizon Services!

Tickets to the general public for Blobfest go on sale Monday, Jun 1 at 10AM. There is a 6 ticket limit per household for Friday Night Run Out tickets. There are still just a handful of tickets available to our Members via our special pre-sale. Members must call (610) 917-1228 for this exclusive offer! These special Member tickets are only available via phone tonight until 6PM and tomorrow 9AM-6PM … and when they’re gone, they’re gone!!

Sunday, Jun 7 at 2PM, The Theatre Organ Society of the Delaware Valley presents a Summer Theatre Organ Concert. Tickets are still available and may be purchased HERE.

We have already raised $40,000 in sponsorships for The Bacon Brothers benefit concert! We love all of our sponsors and those of you who have purchased tickets! THANK YOU! We still need help to reach our goal for the evening. Sponsorships include tickets, parking passes, and access to a pre- and post- party. Contact our office or visit our website for more information!

We are carrying over our feature this week: Clouds of Sils Maria. A veteran actress (Juliette Binoche) comes face-to-face with an uncomfortable reflection of herself when she agrees to take part in a revival of the play that launched her career 20 years earlier. Please note: there will be no screenings May 30 or Jun 4 because of concerts.

Our classic film this Sunday is Bunny Lake is Missing. Carol Lynley does some fabulous work as American woman newly arrived in England whose little daughter is apparently kidnapped from school on her first day. Laurence Olivier is the police inspector on the case and he’s very smooth and cunning. See this film on the large theater screen to experience the full power of the black-and-white widescreen cinematography.

There will not be a tour this Sunday. However, join us next Sunday at 12:30 for an exclusive tour of the theatre and a visit to preview 225 Bridge St. Please RSVP by 5PM Saturday by calling 610-917-1228, giving us the names of all attending.

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