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Canton Palace Theatre

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Jerry S wrote a review Feb 2020
New Philadelphia, Ohio67 contributions10 helpful votes
Went to see 1917 after finding out that they were showing the film. What a great place to see a movie! First you get entertained by one of the few remaining Kilgen organs and the only one in it's original setting! Great to hear some of the music it creates. Movie was great and seeing it on a HUGE screen with a great sound system was a treat, Nice surroundings, not crowded, reasonably priced and had all of the amenities of any theater without the inflated costs!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Bonbonwalden wrote a review Dec 2019
Aurora, Ohio188 contributions18 helpful votes
in february we saw hal linden and barbara eden in LOVE LETTERS. IT WAS FABULOUS. the venue is beautiful and we have had all good experiences at the palace. go.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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hando2015 wrote a review Nov 2019
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania83 contributions12 helpful votes
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What a beautiful old theater that apparently was saved from the wrecking ball. Thank God 🙏 it was because this was the coolest venue. My wife found a great show upcoming do we decided to make a night of it. After arriving at the hotel we booked a couple blocks from the venue we found that the NFL bought it and closed it down for renovations. Not a great way to start the trip. After securing another 🏨 room we Uber to a restaurant a couple blocks from the theater. By now the night staters to set in as we walked to the theater. There illuminating the night sky was the coolest old sign with the words "Palace" on it. As you enter it takes you back in time to another era when the theater was the only way to see your favorite movies. We walked around in amazement at the details throughout the entire theater. From the balconies to the main floor level there wasn't a bad seat in the 🏠. Our seats were 4 rows from the front directly in the center, amazing. The show was Box Skaggs who played for 2 hours and the sound was truly spectacular. What a thrilling evening that we won't be able to forget. We have made it a habit now to look for concerts at the Palace. Just and 1 hour and 45 minutes from Pittsburgh it is well worth the drive.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Next_Getaway wrote a review May 2019
Pennsylvania20 contributions11 helpful votes
We were visiting Canton in early April 2019 and by chance noticed The Canton Palace Theatre had a silent Buster Keaton movie playing and it was a wonderful experience. The setting, atmosphere, organ accompaniment - we love new experiences and this was delightful. People of all ages were there and we were thrilled to have had the chance to see the theatre and the movie. Yayyy!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Rachel S wrote a review Apr 2019
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania39 contributions11 helpful votes
The theater is old but beautiful and charming. Seats are comfortable. I like that they offer a concession. My only concern is the wait for the restroom is too long for intermission. Otherwise enjoyable experience.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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