THE WILTON TOWN HALL THEATRE

Located on Main Street in downtown Wilton, New Hampshire. (Click here for directions)

There are a few parking spots located in the rear of the Town Hall on Maple Street, and along Main Street for people with mobility issues. All other customers are encouraged to park in the municipal parking lot located next to the police station.

603-654-FILM (3456)

 


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Theatre Rental Reservations

We are now taking reservations for theatre rentals for your special event.

Private Showings provide an excellent opportunity for educators to conduct pre and post film discussions. They are also excellent opportunities for Civic Groups to conduct a meeting combined with a film.

For more information, Click the THEATRE RENTAL link at the bottom of this page.

 


DOUBLE CHECK THE TIMES THIS WEEK!

 

Double check the times for the film you wish to see to avoid the disappointment of arriving at the wrong time.

 


 

 

We are going into another Intermission while we await new films from the studios. Hopefully it will only be for a few weeks. In the interim, we will still be running the Saturday Library Classics and the Sunday Silent Films with music by Jeff Rapsis. If you want to reserve the theatre for a private movie event, that can be arranged. It's affordable and you control who get to watch the show, since it's a private event. Call Dennis for details. 603-654-3456 from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM every night.

 


 

COVID-19 RULES

The rules below are the guidelines that we are required to follow. Your cooperation is expected.

 


 

Please Note: Playdates listed as "Starting" beyond 11/30/2020 are tentative dates and subject to change without notice. Why? Click Here for an explanation.

 

STARTS SUNDAY (11/29)

** PLAYING FOR ONE DAY ONLY **

** A SILENT FILM WITH LIVE MUSIC **

No poster available
Free Admission but $10.00 donations are encouraged to defray expenses - Live Music Accompaniment by Jeff Rapsis

Varieté (1925) - Rated NR - 72 Minutes

Rediscovered masterpiece of German cinema, a visually dazzling tale of love and betrayal among carnival people. Starring Emil Jannings, who would later go to Hollywood and win the first-ever 'Best Actor' Academy Award in 1928. Jannings plays a carnival spieler who becomes entranced by a waifish dancer (Lya de Putti), and gradually betrays his wife, his honor, and his self-respect in an effort to be the sole possessor of her love.

Read the Internet Movie Database Review

Free Admission

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STARTS SUNDAY (12/27)

** PLAYING FOR ONE DAY ONLY **

** A SILENT FILM WITH LIVE MUSIC **

No poster available
Free Admission but $10.00 donations are encouraged to defray expenses - Live Music Accompaniment by Jeff Rapsis

Beggars of Life (1928) - Rated NR - 100 Minutes

Classic late silent drama starring Louise Brooks as a train-hopping hobo who dresses like a boy to survive. After escaping her violent stepfather, Nancy (Brooks) befriends kindly drifter Jim (Richard Arlen). They ride the rails together until a fateful encounter with the blustery Oklahoma Red (Wallace Beery) and his rambunctious band of hoboes, leading to daring, desperate conflict on top of a moving train.

Read the Internet Movie Database Review

Free Admission

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