Kiggins Theatre :: Established 1936

Now serving Beer & Wine!

Starting Friday, October 3rd!

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Friday 10/3

Saturday 10/4

Sunday 10/5

Monday 10/6

Tuesday 10/7

6:00, 8:30

3:00, 7:30

6:30

6:00, 8:30

6:00, 8:30

Get your Advance Tickets here!

 

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Wednesday 10/1

Friday 10/3

Saturday 10/4

Sunday 10/5

Monday 10/6

Tuesday 10/7

7:00 BRONY SHOW

4:15

11:00, 1:00

2:00, 4:00

4:15

4:15

Coming Soon!

Our Fall School Matinee Program!

 

 

 

Showing Fridays at 4:30pm, Saturdays at 12pm, Sundays at 2pm (No Sunday show for PLANES and HOOK will be at 5pm on Sunday) and Mondays at 4:30pm.

Starting October 10th!

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Monthly Events!

 

 

Friday 10/31

10:00 $8.00!

Wednesday, October 8th at 7pm!

 

 Science on Tap is a science lecture series where you can sit back, enjoy a pint, and listen to experts talk about the science in your neighborhood and around the world.

 

Join us on October 8th for two topics, "Arachnophilia: Fun Facts About Spiders & Their Kin" & "Debunking Bats' Bad Rap"

 

Myths abound about spiders and their relatives (known as arachnids), and fears persist about their perceived danger to people. But these animals should inspire fascination, not fear! Dr. Susan Masta, an Associate Professor in the Biology Department at PSU, will discuss and answer questions on the biology of several common arachnids in the Pacific Northwest.

 

What animal is blind, gets tangled in your hair, and hangs out in belfries? Whatever it is, it's not a bat! Many people still believe these myths even with an increased effort by conservationists and researchers to educate the public about these fascinating and ecologically important creatures. Dr. Christine Portfors, a Professor in the School of Biological Sciences at WSU Vancouver, is studying the brains of bats and she will discuss their biology and neuroscience.

Information

 

$5 - All shows unless otherwise noted.

 

 

Parking

Saturday and Sunday - All day free parking

Free parking after 6 PM on Weekdays

2-hour free parking during the week - Lot on the corner of Broadway and 9th