Buster Keaton films "Go West" and "One Week" with Organ Accompaniment

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Buster Keaton films "Go West" and "One Week" with Organ Accompaniment

Join us for Buster Keaton's silent film comedies, "Go West" and "One Week" with organ accompanist, Bernie Anderson at Stoneham Town Hall.

By Stoneham CDC

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Date and time

Saturday, June 10 · 7 - 9pm EDT


Stoneham Town Hall 35 Central Street Stoneham, MA 02180

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About this event

  • 2 hours
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Did you know that Stoneham, MA boasts the only town hall in the country with a pipe organ? It’s the Wurlitzer originally installed in the studios of WNAC radio in Kenmore Square, Boston. Don't miss this unique opportunity to hear this historic organ, played by Bernie Anderson, while enjoying some silent film classics.

The Stoneham Community Development Corporation in partnership with the Eastern Massachusetts Chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society will present a public screening of Buster Keaton’s silent film comedies “Go West” and “One Week” along with organ accompanist Bernie Anderson, an active silent film composer. Bernie also writes and performs original theatre pipe organ and piano scores for silent film.

Advance purchase tickets are available for $10.00. Stoneham CDC members receive a 20% discount. Members should use the promo code: STONEHAMCDCMEMBER to receive the discount.

Doors will open at 6:30pm. The film will begin at 7:00pm.

A big thank you to MELD for sponsoring the event!

About the organizer

Organized by
Stoneham CDC

Stoneham Community Development Corporation (Stoneham CDC) is working to connect and enrich our town and our community. The Stoneham CDC organizes town events to encourage exploration, supports equitable long-term town planning, and facilitates community forums. We act as an intermediary within the community by providing a platform for people to suggest, sponsor and learn about community projects and we help them see these projects to fruition.  Our goal is to empower the people of Stoneham to get involved, continue improving public spaces, and make Stoneham the place people want to live.

Find out more about our projects and how to get involved at www.stonehamcdc.org or email us at info@stonehamcdc.org.