(SOLD ONLY IN BLOCKS OF 10)
(Members get free DVD loans and discounts off of Operas, Ballets and other Special Events, listed below.) The Cape Ann Community Cinema is general admission. Pre-purchase of tickets guarantees admission. Seating for all events is the very democratic first-come, first-seated. Doors open no sooner than 30 minutes before a scheduled show. REGARDING MAILING OF TICKETS:
Tickets will not be mailed – your printed PayPal receipt serves as your ticket, so bring it with you to the show. REGARDING DISCOUNTS:
After live verification, Cinema Members, Students & Seniors receive applicable discounts in the form of a credit at the Snack Bar (alcohol excepted). REGARDING REFUNDS:
Refunds are given only in the case of event cancellation. The Cinema may or may not give credit for unused advance tickets when petitioned in writing in advance of the scheduled event.
Tickets for the following shows are available for advance purchase:
THE FILM WILL BE FOLLOWED
BY A LIVE SET BY
WILLIE AND THE
FRIDAY, MAY 31 @ 7:30PMTICKETS: $15.00
(includes a copy of the new CD “Legacy”)
“Legacy” celebrates guitar master Ken Bonfield’s 20th year as a full-time musician, and is the album he has always wanted to record. He has put together his best solo material, both old and new, arranging and re-arranging the material on an array of stunning acoustic guitars built by master luthier Alan Carruth: two baritones and a harp guitar. A truly memorable concert experience.
SUNDAY, JUNE 2 @ 6:30PM
WITH MINI-KIRTAN BY
CHARLIE & JUDY FOGARTY
TICKETS: $10.00 ($7.00 Members)
THURSDAY, JUNE 6 @ 7:30PM
SUNDAY, JUNE 9 @ 3:00PM
FEATURING A Q&A VIA SATELLITE WITH
DIRECTOR (SIR) KENNETH BRANAGH
($8.50 students & seniors, $7.00 Cinema Members)
FRIDAY, JUNE 21 @ 7:30PM
“The Life Story of the Black Swallowtail Butterfly” is a 45-minute narrated film by Kim Smith that takes place in a garden and at the sea’s edge. Every stage of the butterfly’s life cycle is experienced in vibrant close-up, from conception to pupation to metamorphosis. The film is for children and adults so that all can gain a deeper understanding of the symbiotic relationship between wildflowers and pollinators and the vital role they play in our ecosystem. Filmed in Gloucester, Massachusetts.