SPOKANE, Wash. – The Magic Lantern Theatre in downtown Spokane is set to reopen on December 1.
The theatre, known for playing independent movies, has been closed since August.
“The Magic Lantern Theatre is a vital connection point for arts and culture in our city,” said Katy Sheehan, director at the Community Building. “The theatre is a place for independent movies that make your head think and your heart grow and we are excited to continue this tradition.”
The pre-opening event starts at 5:30 p.m. The following day, December 2, the theatre will feature the debut showing of the Swedish comedy/drama “A Man Called Ove.
For more on the theater, as well as movie times and trailers please visit www.magiclanternonmain.com.