The historic Queen Street Playhouse, home of the Footlight Players, will premier their new Summer Cinema Series on Friday, July 9th, with a free showing of the horror classic Halloween, directed by John Carpenter.
The film is the first of the theatre’s new “Fright Night Friday” showings which will screen a new horror classic every Friday through August 22nd. The weekend continues with blockbuster-themed “Smash Saturday” starting with the original Jurassic Park followed by the family-friendly “Sing-a-Long Sunday” wrapping up the weekend with a showing of the Disney film Frozen. All films are free to attend with online reservations highly recommended at footlightplayers.net/qsp-cinema-series.
The historic theatre located at 20 Queen Street features a full size movie screen and a cinema grade projector. A full bar, fresh popcorn, snacks, and general concessions will all be available for purchase in the lobby for each showing.
While masks are not required for fully vaccinated attendees, the theatre does require the use of masks for those who are still unvaccinated.
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