Guess what! It’s time to go to the movies again! In an actual theatre! Watching online is great, but don’t you miss going to a theatre, enjoying popcorn while watching a scary movie or a happy comedy on the big screen?
Enter the Broad Theatre in Souderton. This fully renovated, three-screen independent movie theater shows a mix of first run movies (like Marvel’s BLACK WIDOW), classic films (like JAWS), and independent films.
In 1922, the Broad Theater opened as a single-screen movie theater and was the entertainment hub of the community for generations, until it closed in 2004.
Kyle Hoff and Charlie Crown bought the vacant building shell in 2018 after a failed restoration attempt by the Broad Entertainment Group. On November 28, 2020, the Broad Theater opened as a state-of-the-art three screen movie theater with over 320 seats.
The theatre offers a world-class viewing experience with their stadium seating, Digital projectors, Dolby 7.1 surround sound. Customers can watch all sorts of films from first run to classic.
The lobby is the place to be, positioning itself as a vibrant gathering hub for the community where patrons can enjoy concessions and the latest beers from Free Will Brewing.
Plus, the Broad Theater offers showtimes with open captioning, Spanish subtitles, and sensory-friendly programming. Look for the red icon next to the showtimes on their site or follow them on Facebook to be notified of upcoming events.
They even rent out the theatre for events and parties like birthdays or corporate retreats, or family reunions. And don’t forget summer classes or camps- it’s great fun to rent out a theater just for your group! They are available Wednesday to Sunday and are available for three-hour time blocks.
Going to (and getting back to) the movies, is almost a lost art. The Broad Theatre makes it easy and fun for families and friends to enjoy a nice out at an affordable price.
General admission tickets are $9 for adults, $8 for seniors over 65, students, and military, and $7 for children under 12.