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I was brought to the Brattle Theatre by the films being screened. If you have a love of seeing films on the big screen that aren't new releases, you'll enjoy the Brattle. The night visited there was a screening of Gattaca followed by Paul as...More
Walk thru Harvard Yard and you will find thw wonderful Memorial Hall which has the wooden built Brattle Theater. They have lots of activities there, some of them free. Easy access and friendly volunteer host.
There's movies of all kinds here. It's the best theater around to discover new gems or revisit old favorites. And the popcorn has real butter for less than chain theaters! Give these wonderful people a try!
We visited for a talk by author Lawrence Wright.
Drink on arrival from the bar (gluten free snacks available and alcohol). Seating available for (I'd guess) around 300.
We sat right at the back, far right, and still we could hear and see fine.
Saw "It's a wonderful life " here. Perfect theatre for it . It's smiled with a balcony section - no bad seats in orchestra or balcony seating !
A small bar offering drafts and bottled beer, wine, soft drinks, some snacks ( mostly popcorn )...More
Amazing place, really neat place to see films there! We went to see "we have not forgotten Cambodia Rock and Roll." And it was a really neat film and a part of history we never really thought of. The theater also gave it a very...More
I love the Brattle and I love seeing the old films on the big screen. yesterday we went to the Brattle for the annual Valentines Day showing of Casablanca - my favorite film. I have seen it more then 25 times - about half of...More