The Beatles, Tom Hanks, Simon Keenlyside, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Jonny Lee Miller — all this week at Lincoln Theater. As it starts to get colder out, the heat is being turned up in more ways than one at Lincoln Theater.
The Oshima Brothers band is hosting a party at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 27 at High Mountain Hall, at 5 Mountain St. in Camden, to celebrate the release of their eponymous first album, “The Oshima Brothers.”
Three special films, two special events, one special kids’ performance — live on stage. The fall is speeding up at Lincoln Theater.
Tom Hanks stars in “Sully,” playing Thursday, Oct. 6, followed by Denzel Washington in “The Magnificent Seven,” this week at The Harbor Theatre.
This week, along with season openers from the Metropolitan Opera and the National Theatre Live, and a special “Chats with Champions” with our friends at Skidompha Public Library, Lincoln Theater is chock full of Damariscotta Pumpkinfest festivities for the entire family. Fantastic!
Damariscotta’s Lincoln Theater and Skidompha Public Library are pleased to launch their new “Stories to Screen” series, starting this October with four classic family tales, starting with Frances Hodgson Burnett’s “The Secret Garden.”
Maine native Kent Axell will bring his magical, mystical, and marvelous show to the Lincoln Theater in downtown Damariscotta at 7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 8.
The fall weather is finally here, and with it a great crop of new and exciting movies. The theater’s October calendar is complete and now available. Along with numerous special events — Pumpkinfest celebrations, the launch of the new Met season, a new performance from our kids at Y-Arts, and more from the National Theatre Live — our films this month include “Equity” (R), “Little Men” (PG), “The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years” (NR), “Sully” (PG-13), and “Hell or High Water” (R). As the nights get colder, come to Lincoln Theater and warm up with some great entertainment.
Tom Hanks stars in “Sully,” held over and playing through Thursday, Oct. 6 at The Harbor Theatre.
The Wells Hussey American Legion Post Auxiliary, on upper Main Street in Damariscotta, will be hosting a public breakfast on Sat., Oct. 8 in conjunction with Damariscotta Pumpkinfest. The breakfast will start at 7 a.m. and will run until 11 a.m.
Each year, the Damariscotta Pumpkinfest & Regatta continues to grow into what has become the not-to-be-missed autumn event in New England. What started as a pumpkinboat race among friends has evolved into a 10-day event that celebrates the pumpkin in all its forms.
“Florence Foster Jenkins” is playing Thursday, Sept. 22, followed by Tom Hanks in “Sully” this week at The Harbor Theatre.
Last week, more than 130 Lincoln Academy sophomores joined us at Lincoln Theater for a broadcast of “Romeo and Juliet.” Next week, 30 Bowdoin College students of theater are coming for a special screening of “A View from the Bridge.” This week, one can join in to see the National Theatre of London as it performs the classic play-with-music “The Threepenny Opera.” Then stay for the weekend for Meryl Streep and her hilarious turn as the endearing Florence Foster Jenkins in “Florence Foster Jenkins.”
This week, along with the wonderful film “Indignation,” we have three theatrical broadcasts. For Downton Abbey fans, Lady Rose (Lily James) takes on the role of Juliet in a Shakespeare classic. American theater fans will revel in the modern take of an Arthur Miller classic. And for fans of musicals, Mack the Knife returns. Such fun.