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The historic Colonial Theatre originally opened in 1915 and is the oldest continuously operating movie theatre in the United States. Now, after a series of renovations and improvements, the 300-seat Colonial offers state-of-the-art digital...more
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We had driven through Bethlehem many times over the years but had never been to this theatre. We were there for one of our favorites, folk singer/raconteur Greg Brown.
The experience could not have been better. The volunteers running the series were super-friendly, the seating...More
Stephen D, General Manager at Colonial Theatre, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago
Thank you for the great review. We look forward to seeing your at the theatre next season.
We love old movie theaters and artsy films that don't play at other larger venues. We were not disappointed for we went to see the Mr. Rogers' movie that we could not find playing anywhere near our home.
During our recent vacation in the White Mountains area we visited this lovely place two evenings in a row. Watching a film there, while tucked up with a blanket courtesy of the place, is really a unique experience! As a matter of fact, the second...More
The Colonial Theatre must be a stop for anyone traveling through the White Mountains. There is always a variety of events including live music, classic movies, plays, and even kids events. Ticket prices are fair, there are great snacks/drinks, and a wide selection of adult...More
Stephen D, General Manager at Colonial Theatre, responded to this reviewResponded June 14, 2017