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Ticketing & Seating Charts

Ticket Prices and Fees

REGULAR FILM PRICES
$10.00 Adults
$8.00 Seniors (62+) & Students w/ID
$6.00 Members & Children <13

MATINEE FILM PRICES
Valid for all screenings starting at 3PM or earlier.
$7.00 Adult & Seniors (62+)
$5.00 Students w/ID, Members  & Children <13

FRIGHT NIGHT & CULT FILMS
$10.00 Adults
$8.00 Seniors (62+) & Students w/ID
$6.00 Members & Children <13
Plus: $1.00 per ticket Service Fee

FILM MARATHONS
$24.00 Adults
$19.00 Seniors (62+) & Students w/ID
$14.00 Members & Children <13
Plus: $1.00 per ticket Service Fee

Special screenings priced as noted in the show description.

YOUNG AUDIENCES FILMS
$5.00 All person types
Children <3 are free.

YOUNG AUDIENCES LIVE SHOWS
$5.00 All person types
Plus:
$2.00 per ticket Service Fee
Children <3 are free.

POINT ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS CONCERTS
Ticket prices as noted in show description.
Plus:
$2.50 per ticket Facilities Fee
$2.00 per ticket Service Fee

COLONIAL PRESENTS CONCERTS
Ticket prices as noted in show description.
Plus:
$2.50 per ticket Facilities Fee
$2.00 per ticket Service Fee

TOSDV THEATRE ORGAN FILMS & CONCERTS
Ticket prices as noted in show description.
Plus: $2.00 per ticket Service Fee

SENIOR CIRCLE
$3.00 Members of the Phoenixville Hospital Senior Circle
Membership cards must be presented at the box office.
Valid for the first feature film screenings of the day on Wednesdays and the classic film on Sundays.

BUY ONE, GET ONE
Current members of WHYY, WXPN, French & Pickering Creeks Conservation Trust, and Phoenixville Area Senior Center enjoy BOGO pricing for all repertory films (classic, cult, young audiences, and other non-feature films). Membership cards must be presented at the box office. This offer is non-transferrable and cannot be combined with any other discounts or Colonial Theatre memberships. Free tickets are those that are lesser in value. BOGO pricing is not applicable to film marathons.

Box Office Hours

12:30PM – 15 minutes past last show time of the day

Facilities Fee

Facilities Fee income is dedicated to funding the large expenses that historic theatres constantly have to address (renovations, upgrades, improving accessibility, replacing equipment, etc). This is important as we continue to improve our theatre and bring more diverse programming to our community.

Service Fee

We had to purchase a ticketing system in order to offer patrons conveniences such as online ticket sales, credit card sales, reserved seating for concerts, easy ticket exchanges, ticketing history etc. The service fee income helps us cover the cost of this system as well as credit card processing.

Refund Policy

All sales are final. Tickets are non-refundable. Film tickets may be exchanged for another regular film screening at the box office.

Ticket Resales

Tickets must be purchased directly from The Colonial Theatre via box office, phone or Colonial website. Resold tickets will be cancelled. Tickets purchased from third party resellers are not the responsibility of the Colonial Theatre. As such, any refunds must be processed directly through the third party reseller.

Payment

Cash, check (received 2 weeks or more before the show), VISA, Mastercard, and Discover are accepted. Checks require a pre-printed name and address and a valid driver’s license. A $25.00 fee applies to all returned checks. Please note: If you are mailing a check, it is required that you write your phone number and driver’s license number on the check. If we receive your check without the phone number and drivers license number, we will return it to you. All mail orders are filled on a first come, first serve basis with whatever is best available in the price range you’ve selected. Seats cannot be reserved without payment.

General Seating Information

Seating for films is general admission. Point Entertainment Presents concerts have reserved seating, but many other concerts have general admission seating.

The doors to the auditorium generally open one hour before show time for concerts and 30 minutes before show time for films.

Sold Out Shows & Rush Line Tickets

When a general admission show has sold out, rush tickets (that is, any remaining seats in the upper balcony) go on sale when all of our ticket holders are in and seated. Patrons are encouraged to arrive 45 minutes in advance of the performance to queue up. After the show has started and all of our ticket holders are in and seated, we will evaluate how many seats are open in the upper balcony and those seats will be made available on a first come, first served basis. Please note that leg room is limited in these seats. Rush tickets are priced the same as balcony tickets for that show.

How do I know which film is playing in which theatre?

Click on the View Current’s Week Schedule by Theatre button at the top of this page or under the calendar on our home page.
Also, once you click on the Get Tickets button for any show, you’ll see the theatre number indicated for each show time. For example, see the screen shot below. Theatre 1 is the existing, historic auditorium. Theatre 2 is the mid-size blue theater with 174 seats. Theatre 3 is the red luxe theater with 65 seats. Full descriptions of each theater are below.

Theatre 1

The Colonial’s historic 1903 auditorium has 658 seats – 473 on the main floor and 185 in the balcony. There are 4 wheelchair spaces on the main floor (indicated by a W on the seating chart): two are located side-by-side at V11 and V13; and two are located on either outside aisle at L21 and L22. Companion seats to the wheelchair spaces are indicated by a C. There are also 3 transfer seats (one arm of the seat flips up) located at D2, G1 and T23. There is currently no accessible seating in the balcony. Seats in the rear balcony (rows E, F, G and H) have limited leg room.

Theatre 1’s screen is 12’5” high x 30’ wide and this theatre is equipped for 35mm and 2K digital projection. (The distance between the screen and the first row of seats renders 4K indiscernible.) Row A is approximately 4’ from the stage and 22’ from the screen. The stage is roughly 18’ deep x 25’ wide.

Theatre 2

The Colonial’s blue mid-size theatre has 174 seats including 5 wheelchair spaces (indicated by a W on the seating chart) located at A1, A6, A13, J13 and K15. Companion seats to the wheelchair spaces are indicated by a C. Seats indicated by an R have a restricted view. Theatre 2’s seats are retractable allowing for a flexible space that can be used as a black box theatre in addition to a traditional auditorium. There are 49 seats in the fixed balcony and 125 seats in the stadium-style retractable section.

Theatre 2’s screen is 10’2” high x 24’ wide. Theatre 2 is equipped for 2K digital projection only. Row A is approximately 12’ from the screen.

Theatre 3

The Colonial’s red luxe theatre has 65 seats including 4 wheelchair spaces located at E3, E6, E7 and E12 (indicated by a W on the seating chart). Companion seats to the wheelchair spaces are indicated by a C.

Theatre 3’s screen is 6’4” high x 14’4” wide. Theatre 2 is equipped for 2K digital projection only. Row A is approximately 2’ from the stage and 9’ from the screen. The stage is approximately 9’ deep x 20’ wide.