Galion Community Theatre is set to enthrall its audience this October with a vibrant selection of shows and movies. This month’s lineup promises an eclectic mix of performances, ensuring there’s something for everyone in the community.

A Glimpse into Global Cinema: Manhattan Short Film Festival

On October 7, film aficionados have the opportunity to experience the world of cinema without leaving Galion. The Manhattan Short Film Festival, a global event, will showcase some of the most captivating short films from around the globe. This unique cinematic event offers a chance for attendees to dive deep into the diverse world of film and discover new perspectives.

A Night of Eerie Delights

Members of the Galion Community Theatre are in for a special treat on October 9. They can call in to reserve their seats for the cult classic, “The Rocky Horror Show”. This is an exclusive opportunity, and member tickets are now available. Those interested can secure their spots by reaching out to 419-468-2662.

Free Movie Night: Movies @ The Galion

October 13 sees the theatre transforming into a cinematic paradise with a free screening of the Halloween classic, “Hocus Pocus”. This enchanting evening is generously sponsored by the Alpha & Omega Real Estate Group. An ideal outing for families and friends, the theatre encourages everyone to mark their calendars and indulge in some spooky fun.

“The Rocky Horror Show” Returns

Following the exclusive screening for members, the general audience can witness the magic of “The Rocky Horror Show” on October 27 and 28 at 7:30 PM, with additional performances in early November. With multiple show timings available, this theatrical sensation promises a mesmerizing experience. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased through the theatre’s official website or by calling 419-468-2662.

Stay Connected

For more details on these events and to keep up with the latest happenings, theatre enthusiasts are encouraged to follow the Galion Community Theatre on their official website and social media handles @GalionTheatre.

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